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TravelPod Member ReviewsBoroka Downs Halls Gap
We stayed several nights in the secluded cottage at Boroka Downs. The cottage contains everything you can think and is nicely decorated. It was great to see the kangaroos hopping by while sitting outside and enjoyed the wildlife tour through the estate that was offered. Bob and Stephanie were quite friendly and we were happy to find internet available in the cottage. Overall a fabulous experience!
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... back of his car, so parked on the side of the High Way, a tyre change took place. Carried on to the historical gold mining town of Stawell, which is also famous for the annual Stawell Gift run, first ran in 1878, and each year people from all over the world come to Stawell to run in the race. There was also a Bridgestone Tyre Centre which we visited in hopes of a repair or new tyre. Unfortunately not successful with either, so had lunch and carried on our journey to Halls ...
... a drive to Stawell and Ararat, another drive over the range to a car museum. This chap had fire up to his driveway, lost a lot of pasture; but his attitude to it now is so positive "I have new fences, the grass is growing beautifully and a lot of the dead wood under the trees has gone". An interesting private collection. Return via Assess Ears Road-no asses or asses ears either, just a lot of burnt bush.
I enjoyed the Alpaca ...
... and I played in all the fallen Autumn leaves, which was a lot of fun. I also climbed a few trees, so I was happy enough to travel in my pen.
Home pretty quickly as it is just a short run home, but it's always nice to be home with your own food bowl, water bowl etc. I do love my home comforts.
... cute and have such personality. We linger in the field with them for a while. There is one Joey and as we are about to leave they head out across the road. We all freeze as a car approaches, fortunately the driver is aware and makes an easy stop. The next morning we are up early again for our long journey along The Great Ocean road to Melbourne. Our guide wants to ensure we have a good amount of time at each stop and we are ...
... by Stony Creek. Next we pushed on northwest through the sadly bushfire ravaged national park, catching glimpses of bright green regrowth, testament to the nature of the Australian bush, to our freecamp No. 465 Burnt Creek 5km southeast of Horsham. Monday March 24th...happy birthday Maureen! Xox We cruised into Horsham mid-morning and obtained some very useful information on bush walks in the nearby Little Desert National Park and also bought a local olive, caper and ...