Warrenmang Vineyard & Resort
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... as this valley is, to raise a family and make a life out here in the 1800s must have been a hardship that is really unthinkable for us today. We learned a bit about Harry Smith and his family and I enjoyed reading the information boards for the kids. They seemed quite interested in their 'silly boys' kind of way. We also learned that it was no doubt dingoes we heard howling last night and not feral dogs.
There is a great website on ...
... what a lifesaver! He seemed surprised that I just wanted plain toast though! I chatted with him a little about my current situation. Unexpectedly, he seemed to have some knowledge of the trains, and reckoned they only ran from Melbourne to Adelaide on Tuesdays and Saturdays. I'd seen from my map that a town called Ararat was on this line, and probably only 65 miles away. I should be able to get there in a day and a half or so! Saturday travel would be just fine, as my cricket ...
... was Ararat, to get supplies, and get info at the information centre about The Grampians. We were going to Halls Gap tonight, but after having lunch at the RSL in town, we decided to camp by a nice little lake just out of town, then will head to Halls Gap ...
It's nearly the end of April and we are counting down the days, striking them off the calendar, each morning.
Last Sunday, 21st April, we got invited to join Dave & Janine to go on a day with their 4 wheel drive club – so despite an early start, we headed off in their very fancy machine to travel across the Pyrennes, just outside Ararat and St. Arnaud. Both Dave and Janine head off to travel through the interior and up to the Kimberleys for 3 months, at ...
... first proper small mountain, just shy off 1000 meters where I had amazing views of the Grampians and surrounding flats. Mount Buangor had even more challenging walks, for a area that looks pretty flat on the map the 5hr sugar-loaf circuit was one of the hardest I've ever done.
No real incidents other than after a big walk we drank to much port by the fire, resulting in Sharon going out for a late night toilet visit where she totally lost ...