- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... the ocean to enter the Otway National Park. It features a rugged landscape with huge Gumtree forests. It also features a large population of koalas! One of the biggest highlights of the trip so far, we found a colony of 10 or so (that we could see anyways) koalas napping in the trees above. I have never seen a tree look more comfortable! Another hour on the road would bring us to the most famous stretch of the GOR. The Gibsons Steps and 12 ...
... near the beach. Headed first to Cannon Hill for lovely view of the coast then to Stringray Bay walking up to Pickering Point,can Australia get any better? Watched a gorgeous sunset over Merri Marine Sanctuary, which, is the home of Merri and Middle Island. Middle Island is home to the Little Penguins, they had nearly been wiped out by foxes so sheepdogs were put on the island to protect them and ...
... At least this gate was to privately owned land & the kids enjoyed seeing all the lambs and llamas in the greenest paddocks you can imagine. I feel sorry for all the sheep in outback Qld.
Monday night the winds smashed us again and it's been overcast skies and drizzle ever since.
Need to get a job down here in Vic Rail, We'd be on Wet money every day.
Starting to feel home calling, which is a little depressing, seen as ...
... get us flung out on the first day. After going to RMGC, we continued down to Sorrento and caught the ferry over to Queenscliffe as this saved us back trekking and going through Melbourne. Our first leg of the GOR was ok. It was probably the cloudy, damp and cool weather which dulled our enthusiasm. Some nice views of the coast line. We had dinner in the pub adjacent to our digs. And for the umpteenth time, Liz commented on the temperature of ...
We flew to Melbourne on Sunday, picked up our camper and headed down the Great Ocean Road. It is a beautiful mix of rainforest, beaches with blue, blue seas and amazing rock formations and more strange creatures. The rainforest walks were incredible, absolutely huge trees and so much green growing everywhere. Barry braved a swim in the sea yesterday but it was brrrr!!! Jo, Wes and Paige leave us on Sunday so luckily 3 more days of fun with ...