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... the story of Saint Mary of the Cross Mackillop and Father Julian Tenison Woods and in particular telling of their time in Penola during the 1860s. I was also able to walk through the first Josephite schoolhouse in which Mary Mackillop taught and lived in 1867, having previously taught in a modified stable formerly located at Mary Mackillop Park.
From there we travelled across the border and stopped in our ...
... Fairy Wrens for me to check out... and some even on the mat outside our van! I had a lot of time outside as usual, checking out the birds.
Every time the dogs came near we just said "NO" and they went away.
People played tennis and badminton, rode the bikes etc - it was a nice day.
Dad rode bikes as well... yeah, I think Mum even had a go on Holly's bike which is a bit smaller than the ...
The Grampians. Fifty shades of green.
The Grampians have recovered from the fires of 2006 and everything is green again.
It is impossible to count how many shades of green, but everywhere you look, everything is lush and vibrant, but if you look closely, you can still see the scars of the burnt trees beneath.
The Grampians is one of the largest national parks in Victoria, and is a popular ...
Halls Gap is also a very tourist intensive town and advance Hotel booking is advised. We saw a lot of kangaroos and the Rocky Mountain in the Grampians is seen very closely. Water erosion sites and forest fire sites are also seen which the Forestry Education to the public is very effective. The views are so scenic it is not recordable with media cameras and worth visiting to see and enjoy selves.
... considered vermin here, I quite like them. They are like deer, but deer that can kill you. We made our way through a wooded area into a pasture, where they were grazing. They ocassionally hopped about, but mainly, they ate. I've seen plenty by now in SA, but it was nice to be stood in a pasture surrounded by them. After a full day, I was pretty tired. I have seen some great things today, but the next two days look just as good. ...