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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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We reluctantly left Adelaide on Tuesday 25th November on a cold and cloudy morning. The weather had taken a cooler turn and arm warmers, jackets and trousers were out for the first time. Also for the the first time, there was a choice of routes presented to us to start the day off: a scenic "Indonesian reprise" route that involved a short, steep climb and a rough section of carrying the bike, or a slightly longer more road-based route out of the city. The majority went for ...
... The Gum trees have stretched out their branches and have formed an arch over the road. We also come across cars stopped on the side of the road and the occupants standing looking up at the many Kolas that are nestled in the tree tops. At Cape Otway, we park up, pay the fees required and spend the next hour and a half exploring the Old Telegraph House and Radar Station and lighthouse. It took 70 men, 10 months to build the lighthouse, in 1847-1848, ...
... Came back to camp and went for a walk down to the river. Lovely and peaceful.
Our final day here. Went for another walk around Tower Hill. 2 cute koala's 2 dead snakes (or in a coma) thanks goodness! A number of kangaroos with joey's, a wallaby, a crazy emu, 5 black swans and possibly a partridge in a pear tree!!
Honestly you wander around and half expect a Tyrannosaurus Rex or a blue Avatar ...
... the campsite had for children. The scenery from Peterborough was similar to the day before, including the Bay of Islands, some amazing beaches and Childers Cove, we stopped in Warrnambool for lunch. After lunch we headed straight to Tower Hill National Park. Tower Hill is an old extinct volcano that had collapsed on itself. In the National Park we saw Emus, Wallabies, Echidnas, some amazing birds and also tons of lazy Koalas. It was incredible! We walked up to the top of the ...
... we left Lake Colac and drove to Geelong for some fresh fish and then through Melbourne to my lovely cousin Daniela's for the night. We were lucky enough to watch both Katherine and Nichole play their netball games after school at the Pakenham YMCA. Both excellent defenders with a good eye on the ball and an obvious height advantage. Dani cooked our fish to perfection with homemade potato salad and chips, and we chilled out with a lovely bottle of ...