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- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Kids activities or Babysitting
- Pets allowed
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TravelPod Member ReviewsCountrywide Cottages Bambra
Di, the owner, is such a lovely lady. Upon arriving she left a note for us explaining she had gone to lunch and was sorry not to be able to greet us. We arrived in our cottage (Canopy) and there were homemade cookies and bird seed awaiting us. We wasted no time in feeding the local parrots, in no time we had Crimson Rosellas, King Parrots and Common Bronzewings feeding from the feeder, much to the delight of our friends from the UK who we took there. There are wonderful bushwalks around the property, and also into the Otways National Park which adjoins the property. My partner and I are already planning our next trip this Winter. Thanks Di! Trish (& UK friends)
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... and I don't proving I have learnt from the morning. A child has a total look of fear on his face, I think he thinks I'm a goner but a bit of rest and soon life comes back to these haggered limbs. Maria is in better spirits when we return and there are apologies all round. Team Mauger is ready to fight another day and whatever that day throws us. The bitter cold returns and we are early to bed to avoid frostbite. Victoria is a cold cold place at the ...
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On our drive back home, we detoured up Grey River Road. We spotted more koalas along the way but our destination was the supposed glow worms that can reportedly be seen in the forest. Even though it was bleak and cold (14 degrees at midday), we didn’t sight any glow worms. The tourist information brochures down here use a lot of creative writing to describe mundane things (and some things are just fictitious or we are looking in the wrong ...
... journey. Fortunately as the morning progressed the blue skies appeared and the sun came out to greet us. We arrived in Lorne where we are staying for the night. It is a beautiful location, there are a couple of waterfalls, mini lakes and miles of beach with Aqua coloured water and white waves. We got some fresh fish and chips for lunch where some local cockatoos joined us hoping for a snack. Luckily for them a gust of wind blew Rich's leftover chips into the air ...
... that we've had the camper. When I'm filling up with diesel at service stations Kirstys job has been to use the sponge wiper to clean the windscreen. It usually stays clean for about 5 minutes before some other kamikaze bugs fly into the windscreen. So rain means the windscreen wipers clean the windscreen rather than Kirsty!
Today was going to be a practical day anyway. The camper is being returned tomorrow so we needed to pack everything back up. We ...
... picking his bike up and sheepishly giving me a thumbs up. I noticed a massive tear in his pants but just thought that it was because he had been silly enough not to gear up and was wearing flimsy, thin pants which had obviously torn. It wasn't until we got back to the ute about 20 minutes later and I rode up next to him and I saw not only his pants torn to shreds but there was blood oozing it out of them, his shirt was also torn in more than 4 places and they were ...