Foreshore Camping Ground, Inverloch, VIC

Day 296 – 9th December 2011
Foreshore Camping Ground, Inverloch, VIC


After breaky we walked over the pedestrian bridge crossing the lake to have a look at Ninety Mile Beach. Not much more to see in town so we decided to move on. On the way out of town we stopped at Jemmies Point Lookout with views over the river mouth and King Lake. We drove via Bairnsdale, Sale and Yarrum to Port Albert. Here we had lunch at Port Albert Wharf selling award winning fish and chips, which required us to go for a short stroll afterwards. Next we drove to Foster with a stop at Silcocks Hill Lookout with views towards Wilsons Promontory National Park along the way. We continued on to Inverloch via Leongatha.


Lakes Entrance

Pedestrian Bridge, Lakes Entrance

Ninety Mile Beach
Lakes Entrance

Lakes Entrance

Jemmies Point Lookout
Lakes Entrance

Jemmies Point Lookout
Lakes Entrance

Nicholson River, Nicholson

Drive towards Yaram

Drive towards Yarram

Yarram

Port Albert

Port Albert

Port Albert Wharf
'Award winning fish & chips'

Tucking into the fish & chips - Very Yummy

Port Albert

Port Albert

Port Albert

Port Albert

Seabird
Port Albert

Toora Wind Farm

Toora Wind Farm

Views towards Wilsons Promontory
Silcocks Lookout, Toora

Views towards Wilsons Promontory
Silcocks Lookout, Toora

Views towards Wilsons Promontory
Silcocks Lookout, Toora

Foster

Drive to Leongatha

Drive to Leongatha

Leongatha

Andrew ready for a much needed haircut
Inverloh

Inverloch

Inverloch

Foreshore Camping Ground
Inverloch

Aperitief - Enjoying a Belgian Beer



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