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Great Ocean Road pt 3

January 26, 2015

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On our last day of the trip we decided to drive a little farther west past the Great Ocean Road and visit Tower Hill and Port Fairy before heading back to Melbourne on the inland [and faster] route. That was a great decision because we got to see some new wildlife we hadn’t seen in the wild before at the Tower Hill reserve (a huge park-like area where you can hike up some volcanoes and get some great views of the area) and got to eat THE best fish and chips at a place in Port Fairy. We sorta stumbled on the fish and chips place, but apparently it’s well-known to locals and not-so-locals (the people we stayed with in Melbourne told us about it after we got back and were so excited to find out we had actually eaten there!)

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THE best fish and chips ever. Seriously! I would give almost anything to be able to get this whenever I wanted it. =)

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Walking all the way out to the lighthouse

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Gates to nothing =)

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First echidna I’ve seen here!

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First wallaby I’ve gotten close enough to to photograph!

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I love lavender =)

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BEST. TRIP. EVER. [I know, I say that every time. I guess they are all the best. Almost.]

 

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4 Comments leave one →
  1. January 26, 2015 7:52 am

    Your photos are gorgeous, especially those of the lighthouse! It looks so dreamy, somehow.

  2. January 31, 2015 8:31 am

    I love those first 2 pictures!

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