Eyre Peninsula, South Australia

Heya, so I know that I haven’t posted in a while but I’m looking forward to writing this post! So for the past two weeks my family and I travelled to the Eyre Peninsula which is located in the pointy bit of South Aus. It was so much fun and we did so many amazing things. First of all we made our way to Arno Bay, it’s a small fishing town with a lot of surprises! I thought that it would be a really small isolated town that had nothing to do but I was apparently wrong, it was a small town, yes, but there where so many walks and trails to do, the beach was amazing, white sand and clear blue water, it was defferently not what I expected. image

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Next we headed to Port Lincoln. I have visited Port Lincoln last year around this time and it has not changed one bit. We happened to be there when a massive storm front came. It was cold, it was wet and it was differently windy but we all still managed to have a great time! We visited Port Lincoln National Park which was nice, there were many things to see and we only had one day so we couldn’t see it all.image

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We went to Coffin Bay for the day to have a look around, it surprised me how green the water look, it was a nice looking green as well. image

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Our final stop was at Port Germain, which has the longest pier that I have ever seen. It’s 1.5km long and yes I had to walk it! We ended up riding our bikes down it as it was just so much easier that way!
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It was a really good trip and I would recommend going!ending

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Great Ocean Road

Heya,
I’m sorry I haven’t posted anything in a while but I have been away and there has been no internet so I have a good excuse! I thought that now that I’m back I would share with you what happened when I was away. We decided to go and take a long awaited trip down the Great Ocean Road, it was so good to see it again and see how much it has grown and changed! It was so much fun though and I would HIGHLY recommend it! The only thing that I was disappointed about was the fact that the swell was narly and I didn’t bring a wetty (wetsuit) and a board (surfboard)!!
We first stopped out at Mt. Eccals, which is a beautiful national park.
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Then we went our way down to Port Fairy, which is near Wornambool. It was a small town but there where heaps of different things to do.
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After all of that we started our way along the Great Ocean Road! There were so many natural beauty’s to see along the way and then we headed for Lorne, Anglesea and Torquay!
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It was differently a lot of fun and I would go again! I will also be posting another entry some time this week to make up for the entry I was meant to make last week.
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