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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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... it except that I
was freezing my buttocks off. Nothing is insulated much in Australia
and the floors are all tile, so the cold just seeps in. I settled
into my room, took a long, very hot shower, then piled all my
clothing on. Jas and I chilled in the piano room, clumped around the
heater. I then did some computer work and she took a nap.
At about 16.00, I went with Jas in her
BMW to Torquay downtown for her hair appointment. She said I ...
Late start this morning a few house chores around the van and decided To go out to a little mining town called Collinsville where a coal mine was started back in 1921 An interesting story is that it used pit ponies from the beginning until up until 1990 when they were finally retired because of the mechanisation of the mine. The reason they were able to stay working in the mine was due to the ...
... 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 ...
... Cape Otway Lighthouse, took the turnoff to find cars abandoned everywhere along the road and then we realised ……. Koalas!!!! What else could we do? We abandoned our car to see a mummy Koala with her joey on her back, ahhhhhhhh. Then we heard a growly bark behind us and saw daddy Koala who was not happy with the attention mum and baby were getting so had climbed down from his nearby tree and ...
... overnight. In Yarram we made a small drive off the
beaten track to see the property “Blue Gum Park” once owned by Craig’s uncle. We actually have a painting at home of one of the significant gums once on this property (it was destroyed by fire), the property still has the same name out on the front gate. We got out in Yarram and oh my goodness it was FREEZING and the wind was extremely strong!!
The decision was made not to ...