Countrywide Cottages

Address: 1205 Deans Marsh Road, Bambra, Victoria, 3241, Australia | Ranch
 
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      TravelPod Member ReviewsCountrywide Cottages Bambra

      Reviewed by trishigirl

      FANTASTIC

      Reviewed Jan 12, 2011
      by (1 review) , Australia Flag of Australia

      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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      TripAdvisor Reviews Countrywide Cottages Bambra

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      Travel Blogs from Bambra

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      A travel blog entry by travels_with_jk on Dec 06, 2014

      2 comments, 8 photos

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      Just another beach

      A travel blog entry by dgart on Nov 29, 2014

      5 photos

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      A travel blog entry by handytravels on Mar 17, 2014

      4 photos

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      Torquay - the other one

      A travel blog entry by dbr2014 on Feb 19, 2014

      6 comments

      ... Stopped at a town called Ocean Grove & then Queenscliff an old town that's located on the entrance to Port Philip Harbour. There's a narrow entrance between 2 headlands where you can watch all the ships passing on their way into Melbourne. Visited the Maritime Museum which was about local history, mostly it seemed collisions & accidents at sea- not a great thing to commemorate we thought. We're going out to a local restaurant with Jo, Stu & Poppy this evening to ...

      Day 118

      A travel blog entry by sarahgeorgia on Dec 30, 2013

      ... Then wanting wifi we head back to the dunes where I take a couple photos of the sun setting and we use the wifi for Facebook and other shizzle. At around ten to ten we headed back to the campsite (Jay happily driving this time) and set the bed up and plug the van in. But not before I have a mini heart attack over losing the purse. The purse is like a lifeline! So important! I knew I'd had it in my hand when we came out of the supermarket and I didn't get it out at the beach ...