Chris's Beacon Point Restaurant & Villas
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... loaded us into the minivan and introduced us to our travelling companions who were from the Philippines and France. Our first stop was at somewhere called Bells Beach. Apparently land perviously owned by Mr. Bell. Glen explained that nobody in Australia can actually own a beach - same as U.K. Bells beach is a famous surfing beach where the Rip Curl and Quicksilver surfing equipment and apparel were founded. The Southern Ocean as it hits Australia is awesome ...
... br> After a few more stops, we got to Kennett River. There is a back-road here that is great for spotting little furry Koala Bears up in the trees. We crawled along this road looking for the little guys, and it took us a while but after we spotted the first one we easily found quite a few more. The Koala sleeps for about 20 hours per day, and this is because they don’t really get much energy from their diet of leaves and so need to conserve ...
... out point. My book says 1km and easy. Never trust the books!
We walk about 1km from town till the turn off then another km up an incredibly steep road. I found a stick to help me and we stopped for a break every 5 mins. We get to the sign-post and see we're not at the right place, we must follow another path up hill. An English family (who passed us in their car) take pity on us and offer us water. Refreshed ...
... out of the rain and cold. It got that cold that we actually got extra blankets out of Bruce to sleep with. Day 48 It had not warmed or dried up too much over night and we were in for a very mixed bag of weather today. Today we are getting into the guts of the Great Ocean Road and hoping the rain would stop. First stop was London Bridge, The Grotto and The Arc. Luckily the rain had settled (for most of it) and we could get some good but blustery photos. Nic did get ...
... we wouldn't be going back and forth on ourselves. Found a campsite and cooked up some yummy fajitas. Finally saw a possum which was tiny. Must of been a baby however Adams amazing photographic skills didn't manage to capture the moment well…at all. Haha.
So that is the end of our Great Ocean Road adventure, next stop, Barossa Valley and Adelaide.
Photos to follow as usual - Some are on Facebook so keep an eye out