Melbourne Travel Blog

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Hi All,

We are here in melbourne from our road trip Adelaide and let me say it was fun driving! they give us a modern sazuki swift to drive and the roads we drove were like ones you see from films or the TV, was great!

We made a few stops on way to melbourne: Robe was a quite little beach town looked like a nice area we didnt stay long but took a few nice shots then moved a bit forward to Beachport. This was another quite town with a couple hidden gems inside it. The Lake of Silaom boasted to have 7 the normal salt content, it was their version of the 'Dead Sea'. I was really tempted the have a swim but it was late in the afternoon, chilly and i didnt know if anything else was swimming in there. lol Beachport also had 772 meter long jetty which i believe is one of the biggest, and it used to be bigger. I got a nice early morning sun rise shot of the jetty, we was awake at this time due to an uncomfortable sleep in the car lol.

That day we headed off to Mount Gambier boasting its very blue 'Blue Lake' which was vey .....BLUE! only in the summer time. Went for a drive around to look for a wild life park and came accross a music festival so we bought some tickets, got some food and chilled for the afternoon on the grass whilst watching some 'interesting' live music lol

The next day was the twelve apostles, grey and windy we were determind to get some shots with tidy hair ha ha between port fairy and warrnambool we trecked round tower hill an old volcano, crator containing wild animals. we spotted an Emu, Koalas, and Beko's new friend Echidnas we also saw a kangaroo which hopped straight passed us.

After the Apostles we stayed in Apollo Bay for the night and drove the Great Ocean Road the next day via a small stop in Lorne at Erskin Falls to get a nice look at the waterfall there.

Melbourne looks cool from first impressions il write more soon as you already have had a bit to read lol C u for now x

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