Southern Grampians Cottages
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... pretty town with amazing views of Mt Sturgeon. Booked into Lake Bolac Caravan Park for three nights, got our ACC discount, and we don't have to unhook, bonus... Lake Bolac was home to Lucky, the oldest living sheep on record, Lucky passed away on November 23, 2009, two days short of 23 years and 7 months, not so lucky eh! Today was a day ...
... check out the camp area. Stopped at the first one, about 500 metres of the highway, a quite lakeside spot, with a few trees and tables and fireplaces and a toilet. Camp fees are payable and will be collected by the ranger – we saw no ranger. At the end of day 1 we are 240 kilometres from home, relaxed and enjoying a beautiful sunset over a lake with no one else around.
After the Great Ocean Road we had head inland to the Grampiana National Park.
It is 8 pm when we reach the Park and seeing the majestic sandstone mountain-range arising in the last rays of light in the distance is impressive. Also known as the Grand Canyon with lost of wildlife around one should think that animals are warned by a van racing through the park with bright headlights on... We saw a lot of kangaroos, ...
... the estimated 638 known wrecks of former ships. Explorer Matthew Flinders said of the Shipwreck Coast, "I have seldom seen a more fearful section of coastline". The road was built by returned soldiers between 1919 and 1932 and is the world's largest war memorial; dedicated to casualties of World War I. Construction on the roa began on 19 September 1919, built by approximately 3,000 returned servicemen as a war memorial for fellow servicemen who had been killed ...
... park and went to McKenzie falls. We went on a short hike to the falls along a well build stone path. The falls and lookouts were very impressive and really reminded me of lord of the rings. On the way back to the bus, we stumbled upon a kangaroo, they seem to be everywhere. The next stop was a lookout that peered over all the Grampians. This view was spectacular and literally took my breath away. Words ...