RACV Inverloch Resort
Travel Blogs from Inverloch
As during this visit I was very sick, I stayed home most of the time. Gary dragged me out one night because it was quite warm, so I rugged up and went to see the Penguin Parade. I don't know whether it was because I wasn't 100%, or because it had been hyped so much, but I was quite underwhelmed. There were only about 100 little penguins, not the "thousands" that they advertise. However you could see the "raft" of penguins out at ...
... d forgotten about the trams and it was lovely to see them in the city. made our way down St Kilda's Street. It was hideous driving the van through the city but Helen lives central so we had no choice really. Helen lives in Yarraville a nice town with nice little shops and cafes. Puled up outside and had a real bed for a few days!! Bliss!!
The next day we met Rosie in the city. I love the ...
... village, which an old timer told us had been a shark port. Not much else there except the pub. There had been some excitement the previous night when the pub had burn't down ( the longest continually licences pub in Victoria). The locals told us that the publican had been very disgruntled with the community and had previously threatened to burnt it down. A new publican was to take over the next day. I am sure the story ...
... camps by the coast. Forty degrees is forecast today in Melbourne and it was already 21 at 7.30am as we drove the 15km back to Cape Paterson for a swim in the rock pool before breakfast. We managed to snag the best parking spot in the car park overlooking the beach with our own park bench in front again. I just love watching kids playing at the beach :-). We spent all day at the beach and could have stayed longer as it was 34 degrees when we set up camp back at the boat ramp. Friday ...
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- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility