Kookaburra Motor Lodge
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- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... found (this latter cave had natural openings where concerts are held).
Halls Gap is in the middle of the Grampians, a steep mountain range in the middle of flat Victoria. The Grampians are a wonderland of rocks. We took a steep 2 mile hike 1000 ft up to a viewpoint overlooking the whole range, walked to a beautiful waterfall, and took a short hike to an overhanging rock formation called the balconies ...
... bottom of the falls this is a the best alternative to capture the view of the falls and River from far above the gorge. There are lots of Colorful spring wildflower on display in the national park, with heathlands enlivened with striking shows of Grampians Boronia, Blue Pincushion lily and a multitude of other herbs and shrubs. It is definitely a lovely time to be here. Before returning to Falls Creek, we took a quick visit to Wartook Lake, which has ...
... Adelaide was slow and boring, and I told them to hit the Apostles early for best light. They had just come from Kangaroo Island and had a great time...animals everywhere but they didn't see any snakes. Told us if you get a snake bite to apply pressure around bite, don't wipe off the venom (need it to identify the snake) lie still, call emergency and hope for the best.
Walking home we stumbled over kangaroos. There ...
... our lovely campsite at Lake side View were we had booked to stay for the weekend. A beautiful spot on the edge of a dam wall, with lots of local wildlife visitors ( Golden crested Lorikeets, Kangaroos and Wallabies to name a few), camp fires, a great camp kitchen and lots of lovely walks close by. Set up camp and Steve and I took a walk to and along the Dam Wall which overlooks Lake Bellfield. Kind of reminded us of the lakes and surrounding countryside of Switzerland. ...
... in a four hour walk up to the Pinnacle. Everybody who stays in the Grampians for a week does the Pinnacles. It was busy! But such a good walk. Steep climbs, rock pools, scrambles and an eagle eye view of the park to finish it off. Aidan did very well, as did Jo, but I ended up having to piggyback him back down several times. Rosa got a bit frustrated having to wait for us so often. Still, it was a ...