Heatherlie Cottages Halls Gap
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... rocks for some stunning views and awesome pictures! Standing on the edge up there made the whole day worth it! (Although I would love to come back one day and see it all in it's glory on a clear sunny day)
The whole park is just breathtaking. Sandstone rock mountains (some that looked like the mountain that the Grinch resides in), bright orange sand, and countless gum trees (my fav!).
Even though we did not get in ...
... still hungry cockatoos around our feet, we were now the ones being followed… bring back the ducks! Running for cover back at our van, we decided a quick cool down was needed so headed to the lake for a swim.
After tea we settled in for the night re watching one of the two of DVDs we had we had bought (we now know it line by line). Before heading to sleep we nipped out to the toilet and were faced by a rather large ...
... andy murray and others at the Melbourne Open and came with a bar and pool table. We were just happy for a shower though to be honest. The next day we drove a few hours inland to The Grampians National Park that boasts spectacular views and waterfalls as well as impressive rock formations and something the aussies call the Grand Canyon. Now having arrived there, their version of The Grand Canyon certainly isn't as impressive or as vast as ...
... single nice chat and laugh.
Now all of you moved on, one to Thailand, the other two actually went back home to Belgium.
Whereas Steffen, Ramona, Andrew and me remain for a few more weeks in this remote and interesting place.
Here are the pictures I took:
... and allows a lovely breeze through it. Already exhausted you head up the path, then up the path, arriving on Bride Veil Falls. When water is flowing this would be an amazing sight, at the moment it's a little pathetic. Trudging on you get to silent street, adequately named from the view. This narrow pathway heads mostly gently uphill, all the time you stepping rock to rock. This narrows further towards the end to a staircase which only just fits me and my backpack! Looking up you ...