Oh dear, that nice site we had yesterday turned out to be very noisy! The alarm to the office went off in the wee hours of the morning....twice! Then those in a tent next to us decided to get up, have breakfast and all before 6am. Without a thought to anyone else voices were raised and all sleep went out the window. So instead of catching the 9am ferry we caught the 8am ferry to Queenscliff instead. Made it with minutes to spare saving an hours wait till the next one.
|First sight of Queenscliff|
|Split Point Lighthouse|
It was a must stop at the historic Memorial Arch between Aireys Inlet and Lorne, and another before Lorne to see Teddy's lookout. It was here we discovered the snake we thought was a Copperhead (as put in my last post heading) was actually a Tiger Snake.
With the temperatures in the low 30's it was a welcome relief to get back to camp and sit in the shade of those trees. Out came the wine and beer and we sat and watched as one vehicle after another started to turn up all looking for a space.
Wildlife seen today
|In a small pond at the camp site|