Sorry about the lateness of these posts, but we have a lot happening and been so busy of late. I'll try and catch up over the next few days.
Leaving Mt. Gambier, we headed for Warrnambool for one last night before wending our way home.
On the way we noticed a few things and also stopped in at Dartmoor, which I have shown before, but a few photos were beckoning.
|The sign for the beautiful carved trees.
|We'd stopped for a cuppa near these ones, though pity it was garbage day.
|Such a sweet tractor, which makes you smile.
|Part of what must have been the complex.
|Lovely old machinery and the old store.
|More rusting relics.
|If you click on this photo, you will spy hundreds of little birds, which I expect were baby seagulls, although there was a sign warning of pesky plovers too.
|The view from the roadside of the lookout, over the water which is looking south.
|From the other side we this rock formation and the view further along is more water (below), either the Hopkins River or part of what was the last active volcano in Victoria. I should have found out more.
|Off down that road you see, which takes you down into the reserve and what did I spy along the way, but an emu or two, one of which is shown below.
|The beach with waves rolling in & a few people wandering along.
|The timber viewing area with great views if only there hadn't been a sea mist covering the cliffs further along.