Qdos Arts Treehouses

Address: 35 Allenvale Road, Lorne, Victoria, 3232, Australia | Ranch
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This ranch, located on 35 Allenvale Road, Lorne, is near Erskine Falls.
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    Travel Blogs from Lorne

    Road Trip 7. St Kilda to Lorne

    A travel blog entry by john-and-anne on Apr 12, 2014

    3 comments, 7 photos

    ... driving round hairpin bends so to have both is perfect.
    8. John bought me a tea towel in the Lorne visitors centre

    Later we had a lovely dinner in their dining room and discovered when we got home that we weren't charged for it. We had a really good night's sleep and breakfast was amazing. The buffet had a whole honey comb on a stand and all sorts of interesting juices in litle shot glasses. I chose a green one...kiwi juice.
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    Angelsea and some injuries

    A travel blog entry by melaniesch on Mar 13, 2014

    20 photos

    ... upper thigh, forearm, both shoulders etc etc. The clothes went straight in the bin as they were rags now and he jumped into the shower. He took a very very very long time to come out! I think he was just slowing trying to work through the pain.

    We had banked up a few necessary things which we needed to get to a big town for so we headed off the next day to drive the 40 mins or so inland to Geelong. There we did the things we needed to and headed back again.
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    The Great Great Ocean Road

    A travel blog entry by dawnmherbert on Jan 24, 2014

    3 comments, 45 photos

    ... So cute and one of them was
    so low down you could reach up and touch him – but we daren’t as they aren’t
    tame and it would be so unfair on them. This
    particular koala was munching at his dinner and probably a bit peeved he had an
    audience gawping at him! The lighthouse was
    good with an interesting history (and a very important one for the Australians
    and those shipwrecked over the years) but I’m afraid it was a bit lost on ...

    Happy birthday to our Lucy

    A travel blog entry by kevinsullivan on Jan 21, 2014

    5 photos

    ... it all to you, that's Elaine' knitting buddy. Anyway, we travelled about 35k out of our way to a place called Cheswick. It was an old woollen mill turned tourist attraction with that Italian guy, Al Paka, and his seven mates roaming around. Apparently they spin the Al Paka wool and other material into cloth, make things from it and then sting the tourist with exorbitant ...

    The Great Ocean Road

    A travel blog entry by garrykctravels on Dec 07, 2013

    14 photos

    ... We continued on and the best part of the road was the first 45km to the next tourist town of Apollo Bay. From here the road went inland and as we passed a residential road I saw a grey animal in the road walking oddly and I thought it was an injured dog but at the last second I realised it was a koala bear! We managed to turn around and head back where the koala was eating his lunch. We were able to get so close and he looked so cuddly but the sharp ...