Southern Grampians Cottages
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- Microwave in room
- Laundry facilities (self serve)
- High-speed internet in room
- Breakfast Available
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
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... line-height: 20.7900009155273px;">After a nice bush camp, I left Bob and some gear stashed and went on a bare Nelson up a side road to Mt Difficult. After arriving in the carpark area I discovered I’d left the camera with Bob. So I did a hike onto Mt Difficult but sorry no pics. Once reunited with Bob (and the camera) it was off on good flat going with a slight tailwind. Staying true to myself, I bypassed the big smoke (Horsham), had lunch at Mutoa and rode onto Minyup ...
... a holiday retreat in the Grampians, along with the honey production for the area. Walter even dug a swimming pool using a pick and shovel and digging a trench to the Mackenzie River for their guests. The remants of the holiday cottages and the pool are still there for people to see.
Mackenzie waterfalls are spectacular from the lookouts which are about a 2km walk from the carpark. Eva decided not to make the trek, but it was worth the look. ...
... managed to buy a bicycle handlebar bag that we had looked everywhere but to no success. Until Ararat that is.
The lunch was organised for the local golf club with the arrangements being that we were to turn up 10 minutes before noon to be there for the surprise element. Duly arrived and settled in.
Ric and Shirley and cousins turned up at high noon and duly surprised to see ...
... Emus crossing the narrow road and seemingly wanting to get hit by our van... Came close to it but luckily we did not harm any of these cute creatures.
After a good nights sleep in a small Hostel inside the National Park we awake in midst gorgeous setting and abundant wildlife. With numerous Kangaroos literally on our doorstep we could almost get up close and personal to them and (although they were cautious), they seem ...
... 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 ...