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Day 10: Silo art St. Arnaud

Location: ///gone.corrosive.commanded Last night we stopped at a tiny (but lovely) van park in St Arnaud, a former Gold mining town between Ballarat and Mildura. This morning we drove a short distance out of town to check out the local silo art. Pretty cool don’t you think? It is titled ‘Hope’, and depicts the story […]

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Day 5: Apollo Bay to Warrnambool.

As predicted we woke this morning to strong winds and heavy rains. But every day is a good day and its all part of the adventure. Proof of this was in my morning shower. Immediately after lathering up my bits and bobs, the water temperature plummeted to icy and refused to budge even one degree […]

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Day 4: Lorne to Apollo Bay.

Today we tackled the Great Ocean Road proper. “The Great Ocean Road is an Australian National Heritage listed 243-kilometre (151 mi) stretch of road along the south-eastern coast of Australia between the Victorian cities of Torquay and Allansford. Built by returned soldiers between 1919 and 1932 and dedicated to soldiers killed during World War I, […]

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Day 3: Bells Beach and beyond.

Location: ///enter.equality.amazement Up early and on the road by 0830 this morning. Our route skirting the Melbourne CBD was a new one for us…and being navigationally dysfunctional, I hoped I didn’t end up getting Ripley bogged in the centre of the MCG…or some other such geographical embarrassment. Needn’t have worried. Traffic was light and the […]

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Day 2: Broadford bowling club.

Location: ///jumped.tenant.gosh Parked up this evening right out back of the Broadford Bowling Club. It’s super quiet here, just the occasional skwaaark of a Cockatoo. Oh, and an occasional goods train clakating past. Despite this being a legitimate camping spot for campervans, and despite it being Saturday night, it looks as if we will be […]

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