We are now nearing the end of the Great Ocean Road journey. Moved to Port Campbell,100km further along. We found another of those out of the way campsites but this time we do have power and water and the toilets and showers are pretty decent too. A small fee was charged which goes to the community but well worth paying for what we have. But..... to get here we encountered the roughest bit of the Great Ocean Road to date. I apologise to all my Auzzie readers, I love your country and would happily spend the rest of my days here but your roads!!!! Apart from the highways they are rough as hell and the potholes...reckon you could make swimming pools out of some of them, so deep they are!!! It's a wonder ones car axles hasn't snapped clean in two. Signs are everywhere on the roads making one aware of uneven surface or danger ahead. Wouldn't repairing them be better???
|And this was one of the better ones!|
|Loads of roadworks but not repairing potholes.|
|Lovely and rural.|
|Sun was out but it was only 12°C|
|Away from the crowds and a walk to Sherbrook river and thunder cave|
|Sherbrook river on the right.|
|And the inlet to it.|
Because we couldn't take the photos we wanted we may return to the Apostles tomorrow before leaving for Warrnambool.
And another new bird to add to my list,
|Rufuous Bristle Bird.|