Boronia Peaks Villas
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We could not believe what thought had gone into providing guests with every facility.
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... 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 ...
... a little shooing. Then it's back on the road and onto Logan beach for a quick stop then onto Bay of Martyrs.
We head off along the great ocean road. Stopping on the way for London bridge and the 12 apostles. These sandstone statues are amazing, London bridge once connected to the land now stands alone. A bridge in the ocean, the sea lapping at the space under the bridge. Then there is the 12 apostles, although there is 8 which still is hard to comprehend, one fell down in 1995. ...
... Driving past the monstrous Giant Koala, we took a right turn off the highway into the hills. 500kms after starting our journey, we arrived in Halls Gap at 6pm AEST. We found a campsite at the Halls Gap Caravan Park and set the tent up before going for a walk to stretch our legs. That is the bad thing about driving all day and definitely a good thing to do. I am not the kind of person who can just stop for refuelling!
I was excited because I got to ...
... to say the least! With sweaty palms Ace managed to coax Vito, with new Michelin’s spinning in the gravel, to push Pamplona back up the slope to solid ground. WHEW!! It was quite a relief – especially given our experience over the preceding 48 hours!
A nice cup of tea settled the nerves and stimulating conversation restored the status quo setting us up ready to go on to Halls Gap. It was great to meet up and I look forward to ...
... Fairy Wrens for me to check out... and some even on the mat outside our van! I had a lot of time outside as usual, checking out the birds.
Every time the dogs came near we just said "NO" and they went away.
People played tennis and badminton, rode the bikes etc - it was a nice day.
Dad rode bikes as well... yeah, I think Mum even had a go on Holly's bike which is a bit smaller than the ...