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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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... we drove up to the Grampians, had a lovely hike to a waterfall, saw some amazing views and checked out some Kangaroos!
Last night, we stayed up and drank wine after dinner, I'm really loving all the people in my group! We've definitely bonded and are having a wonderful time!
I dont have time to write too much as we are about to be off, but man it is unbelievable here! SO SO Stunning! I am in my happy place :)
... Continuing on we soon found ourselves at Reid Point where again after a short walk we were faced with breathtaking views of the entire mountain range, all from an impressive natural rock viewpoint nicknamed the balconies. Ignoring the “Do not climb over railing” we realised the best pictures were indeed to be on the other side of the railing… at the edge of the rocks… a few wobbly legs later and some impressive pictures, ...
... up towards Dunkeld, into the park. The clouds rolled in and we had a few showers. The wind also got up stripping the bark off the trees. It was actually dangerous to be out and about in the park.
Having stopped at the information centre to be able to plan our ...
We went to the Freycinet National Park next. It's a highlight of the Tasmanian wilderness! The park is a rugged, rocky peninsula full of hiking trails and wildlife. The paths that wind throughout the mountain were used by the Oyster Bay Tribe of Tasmanian Aborigines for thousands of years.
There are a number of 'viewpoints' along the trails, but the main one, and the one I will see today is Wineglass ...
... this jaunt. lots of vistas and natures garden is full of an astounding array of wild flowers. On return to the car park we opt for the slog up to the top of Mt William finishing the day with glorious views of the plains below. A tiger snake on the way down doesn't spoil our wonderful 17.5km day. Surprisingly it looks like rain so we load the wet weather gear into the backpacks to travel down to the Southern Grampians on Friday. Our destination is Mt Sturgeon and for ...