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- Wheelchair accessibility
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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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... Newfoundland a half an hour. Mind you I haven't a clue what time it is here so it should hardly matter.
Today was a sauntering day. From Warrnambool...you remember that town name from yesterday...we drove a bit farther along the coast and dropped into the Tower Hill Reserve.. a park formed by a volcano and which touted itself as a "bountiful haven for wildlife". When we asked the guy in charge which trail to take ...
... 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 ...
... we sometimes just commute from bigger town to bigger town. I would encourage everyone to take time to stop in the little places- it can be so enjoyable and enlightening. So thanks to the folks I met in Penshurst. It's because of you that I'm making my first big call of this Victorian journey: I now dub Penshurst - Friendliest Town - in the Tour de Mark hall of ...
... keen souls Mt Abrupt too. Mt Sturgeon is a 3.5km climb beginning with so much sand we think we are at the beach. The wild flowers once again are stunning and we are rewarded for our efforts by great views over Dunkeld. We surprise a family of emus on our descent before enjoying the delights of the Royal Mail Hotel in Dunkeld. Our return trip to Halls Gap takes us along the Victoria Valley rd where we are greeted with a quintessential Australian scene of kelpies ...
... but of course the one we have booked with friends for next May was not there for us to see. At least we could see the standard of the other boats in the fleet and are very comfortable with the choice made.
Halls Gap is a favourite of ours. I, as chief navigator, decided to come over the range, rather than around. But was a tad alarmed when, 30km down the road, we came to a sign "This road may be unsuitable for caravans ...