This is the Loch Ord Gorge photo of the rugged coast line. The scenery is spectacular! Absolutely marvellous! This is at Port Campbell. As we drove out of hte lookout we saw a spiny ant eater going in to his burrow in the sandhills. Looked for a place to stay for the night. Port Campbell had a Tourist Park. It wouldn't take dogs. On we drove past 12 Apostles and Gibson Steps. Shall have to go back and do them tomorrow. Port Campbell had studios, cabins, 2 bedroom villas and powered sites. Drove over Rutledge Creek. Found a little place called "Princetown". by the sea. They took dogs. There we stayed for the night. When we stopped at a lookout we couldn't believe the number of vans and mobile homes there. I t looked such a pretty spot. There was even a beach out the front of it. It had live music on at the local pub on Friday Night. Princetown had a General Store. We have a sign just over the fence from where we parked: Great Otway National Park. Dogs on leads. Clifton lodge here had no vacancies. There were two bus loads of people from overseas wandering around with cameras. Left Princetown Recreation Reserve. Went back to view the twelve Apostles. On the back of a tyre cover on the back of a vehicle were these words: Life's Short, Fish Hard.
We didn't do the Gibson Steps We reckoned we walked enough the day before Saw more sheep. Our next port of call was Lavers Hill on the way to Otway Fly.