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Cape Patton Lookout is a pull-in just off the Great Ocean Road. Whilst exploring this streatch of coatline in 1800, Captin Grant named this cape after a British admiral. The Cape Patton cliffs are some of the highest along the Victoria coast and are embedded with old dinosaur bones in the rock layers of sandstone, […]

Teddys Lookout gave us a fantastic view of a section of the Great Ocean Road and although it was only a tiny portion of the road, the scenery from this vantage point up high above the coast was beautiful. Teddy’s Lookout is located minutes out side of Lorne, take a right on the roundabout by […]

Having spent the morning and early afternoon around Torquay and at Bells Beach we pushed allong the road a little way to Aireys Inlet. Here there is a delightful little lighthouse which boasts some fantastic views along the coast. The weather wasn’t so delightful but I snapped a few shots and we had a walk […]

We had fantastic weather for our walk up Mt. Bishop in Wilson’s Promontory. ┬áThe paths up to the top were overgrown and you really had to push your way through in places. The bush surrounded us and for the like of Emily who hates snakes it was even more of an adventure. The whole undertaking […]