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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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... hike there was a field filled with, pause, kangaroos!! I was delighted! I again proceeded to take a million photos. I go nuts for marsupials! The weather was wonderful and the hike was very refreshing after spending lots of time in the car.
After a long drive and a hike, what could be better than a delicious burger and fries (chips as they are frequently called here) and a banana milk shake? What a treat that all the restaurants (4 ...
... humans along the trip – from the dad that allowed his kid to go real close to a wild bison in Yellowstone, to the guy that was trying to stroke a wild seal in New Zealand. People really should leave these wild animals alone...! Anyway, we have already seen loads of kangaroos/wallabies now (sometimes difficult to tell the difference) and I think the novelty will wear off real quick... they have a habit of being on the road and ...
... We had to be on the look out constantly so as not to hit anything.
We hiked, climbed and trekked our way through a few parts of the Grampians. It was glorious weather - sunny and warm throughout the day. Just very cold at night.
Due to the amount of burning that has occurred throughout the years through the forests, there are some areas that look almost creepy - ...
We loaded unto another bus and set off for the long trip to Melbourne. We stopped in Bordertown to see the white albino kangaroos. Then we stopped in Horsham for a break and then it was off to Grampians National Park. Our tour guide Neil drove through an area of the park that was decimated by fire around Christmas. It was very sad and a bit eerie to look up at the hill side and see all dead ...
... a road where we might see some emus and luckily we do. So of course we stop for some photos. I've seen a few of then in my travels but this is the first time I get to stop and watch them and take a few photos. They are very large yet graceful. A few hours in and we finally get to the start of The Great Ocean road. We are all very excited. We make stops at Loch Ard bay, the Razorbacks, London Bridge, and la piece de la resistance ...