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We could not believe what thought had gone into providing guests with every facility.
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... the other side of the railing was the safer option!
Reaching the little mountain town of Halls Gap we popped into the information centre for some advice on the best campsite around, wow did we find it! With our camp chairs facing some beautiful mountain scenery and an added bonus of it also being lakeside we felt pretty lucky. Having a quick wander around the campsite we admired the local wildlife that consisted of kangaroos, emus and ...
... single nice chat and laugh.
Now all of you moved on, one to Thailand, the other two actually went back home to Belgium.
Whereas Steffen, Ramona, Andrew and me remain for a few more weeks in this remote and interesting place.
Here are the pictures I took:
... Boroka Lookout, spectacular wide views of the valley of Halls Gap and the plains east of the Grampians. Reed lookout to the Balconies, a 1 Km walk, where we pass many windflowers in bloom, see some rock art , and a 360 degree view over the Central Grampians, looking north to Wartook lake, and south into the valley of the Grampians. Halls Gap, tourist town, nestled in the heart of ...
... trees. In Grampians we visited Reid's lookout, Broka lookout, the Brambuck visitors centre, and Silverband Falls. Once again we were privileged to see amazing, breathtaking scenery that made us seem small in the scheme of things. Next we headed to the sporting oval in Halls Gap where we got up close to wild kangaroos, well not too close, but within 5 feet. Then we were off to dinner and ...
... the park. Though she was disappointed that the wallabies and kangaroos wouldn't let her feed and cuddle them, she was thrilled to be able to feed the cockatoos and rosellas. We enjoyed a few different walks and saw some beautiful waterfalls, amazing rock formations and spectacular scenery from various lookouts. A highlight was walking to the top of Mt William to find little patches of snow and watching the kids joy as ...