Esplanade Resort & Spa
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- Free parking
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... and safe. What a nightmare. The river actually looked like a surf beach, the waves were very obvious and some of them even had white peaks (honest). Our day was really exciting because it consisted of going into town to do the potty run and fill up with water. We can easily free camp with the power generated by the solar panels but we still have to get water and empty the porta loos. I help by staying in the car and making sure no one runs off with it (thats my story and I'm sticking to ...
... ready for adventure.
Driving along and looking at the map, we noticed that 'Maxwell road' led to the Mallacoota lookout so we decided to try and find it to get a view from the most South Easterly point of our road trip. I spotted the road name, we took the turning ... unsealed road ... travelled down up and around ... road getting narrower ... corner turned....broken bridge!! Slow reverse, 3 point turn, on way back realised we'd not taken a ...
... and windy day by venturing underground to the Fairy Cave in Buchan. We also enjoyed the drive out to Metung and a tasty lunch there at the pub right on the water.
As this particular section of our road trip comes to an end, we’ve realised that we won’t really see the sunrise over water any more. However the next stages of the trip are set to be exciting, as the Jackson hospitality always proves to be and Tasmania has a lot to live up to. Bring on the silly ...
... at our caravan park it was clear that the contrast from Mallcoota couldn’t have been greater. This was kid’s paradise. We were given a site – one of 30 – in a circle surrounding a huge bouncing pillow and playground area and there were kids everywhere. Most were also arriving as it is kind of a long weekend (Tuesday is a public holiday for the Melbourne Cup).
The weather was spectacular today so other than take a trip into town ...
... Raymond Island just a few hundred metres from Paynesville. We saw a colonially of large Kookaburras wedged in the trees just on the edge of the settlement. We then went back to the mainland and after a brief lunch and a drive around this hectic holiday centre in the summer months, and then we drove the short distance to Metung on the lakes. Metung is more exclusive than Paynesville and there are many beautiful homes here overlooking the lakes ...