What an incredible weekend we just had!
The Great Ocean Road is an incredible feat of engineering, built after WW1, cutting it’s way along the south coast of Victoria, through the forests and rugged coastline.
It has the most incredible beaches, superb views, mind blowing stacks and lovely food stops! We travelled along the way in 2 cars, stopping regularly for photos and a breather, and despite the winter conditions, we chased the sun and kept dry all the way!
Australian animals were ever present again, with kangaroos on Anglesea golf course to start us off, and a koala reservation as our overnight stop….check them out, aren’t they just GORGEOUS……. And hand feeding wallabies and wombats! Very happy campers all the way!
We ended up in Port Cambell for the now historic “don’t get wet” paddle turning into stripping off swimming. Strange looks all round from the locals….strange foreign children swimming in the winter sea.
London Bridge. It has indeed fallen down. The first gap used to have a hat on the top and one day a few years back it crashed down. Bit scary for the poor people on the outside stack who had walked over to see the view!