Southern Grampians Cottages
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Non-smoking rooms
- Refrigerator in room
- Microwave in room
- Laundry facilities (self serve)
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... Cafe then strolled back to the park, by now it was warming up, time to get back into the shorts. George went to have another try to catch a fish, while I spent the entire afternoon attempting to do my cross stitch, very relaxing afternoon for me, not a fish in sight for George. Got cool as soon as sun went down, so had dinner in warm van, sat and watched Footloose on TV, first time in four months we have spent a night watching the ...
... off the road but decided it was a little too early to stop. Another town worthy of a visit is Skipton; a pleasant historic town, with a river running through it, a platypus viewing deck and picnic areas. The sun begun to set which made driving westward a bit hard so we decided that Lake Bolac would be tonight's resting place. Arrived at the eastern side of the lake and ...
... matin, il y a maintenant 10 heures de difference avec la France et 11 heures avec le Royaume-Uni. Nous sommes ensuite arrives au Grampians National Park. C'est vraiment beau et vert ici, nous aimons beaucoup. Si nous pouvions nous resterions plus longtemps. Nous avons juste eu le temps de nous ballader en voiture dans le park, de s'arreter a quelques points de vue et de faire les courtes marches autour de MacKenzie Falls, avant de reprendre la route.
... and other activities. Wished I could stay longer.
We head back to Melbourne in the afternoon stopping at a local Winery for a tour of the premisses and a few rounds of wine-tasting. Although the wine was not my taste and the owners arrogant attitude towards mainly backpacking customers was uncourteous I did like the brief look behind the scenes.
Overall a good value for money tour with perfect weather and good ...
... 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 ...