Heatherlie Cottages Halls Gap
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... br> We definitely hit them in the right order. Each one got more breathtaking and scary as the day went on, and the roads up through the mountains to each of the lookouts were windy as hell! Awesome rides.
First was Boroka, which had a couple of lookouts that gave us a stunning panorama of the north end of the Grampians. I was able to head right up to the rail to let Dad take a picture without freaking out. Not bad. I was actually proud ...
... onto our accommodation for the night. Again nothing like a hostel, this converted chapel like building has an amazing kitchen complete with island. Princetown where we are located however is somewhat quiet. This cul-de-sac village is set in acres of countryside. We have dinner across the road then come back and surprise our guide who's birthday it was.
The morning dawns, and our first stop is Lock Ard gorge. The view is amazing, you step down to a perfectly enclosed beach, ...
... hit the road at 10:30am and filled up fuel before we turned onto the Southern Eastern Freeway. This short section of highway between Adelaide and Murray Bridge is sort of the closest thing you get to an Autobahn in Germany: divided lanes, high speed limit and limited road access. We cruised through the Adelaide Hills, past Murray Bridge, drove the bridge over the Murray and most of South Australia before we made our first stop in Keith. We weren't planning ...
... Vito & Pamplona into a turning circle at the top of the driveway proved to be another OH ****! moment for all concerned when we found ourselves stranded midway between two levels of ground and in danger of damaging Pamplona’s extremely low under carriage. She, like me, is not built for the rough stuff and likes to stay on an even keel. So, our introduction, consisting of a stream of expletives from Ace and frantic spade work by Richard, ...
Stopped at Mystery Bay to see why it was called that - 5 guys went out in a boat in the 1800 and they were never heard from or seen again. Nice bay so Tom went swimming in the ocean.
Stopped at the Historic town of Tilda and walked around checking out the stores and trying cheeses that we watched them make.
Continued on past Wallaga lake - which had black swans to Bermagui this is where we stopped for the night. We ...