Chris And The Kangaroos travel blog

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12 Apostles

12 Apostles and me

12 Apostles

12 Apostles

12 Apostles

London Bridge

 

Emus

White Kangaroos


After spending 3 weeks in beautifull Melbourne, I finally started travelling on the 8th. My next destination was Adelaide but before that I had to go through the Great Ocean Road. I decided to book a 3 days and 2 nights tour. I guess it would have been better to rent a car but nevermind...

Our tour guide was not great but luckily we had a good group so that made up for it. The Great Ocean Road is very popular for its rocks formations, the coast is full of wierdly shaped rocks. The most famous ones are the 12 Apostles! They are 12 rocks raising from the sea... Very nice! Unfortunately 1 of them crashed a few months ago so they are only 11 left... Still nice!

When we arrived at the 12 Apostles we first went down to the beach to see them from the see level then we went to the lookout where I took most of my pictures. The other famous rock formation along the road is London Bridge. It used to look like the bridge in London but half of it crashed about 18 years ago so now it's just a big arch in the middle of the sea.

The weather was very wierd, it did not rain all the time but every hour or so it rained for a few minutes...

We were also supposed to go the Grampians National Park but unfortunately, about 50% of the park burned about a month ago in a bush fire and so most of it is still closed. We still went to a couple of places where we saw Koalas from cute Koalas!

I also saw for the first time from Emus and white kangaroos. They are very nice as you can see on the pictures.




Apres avoir passe presque 3 semaines a Melbourne me revoila finallement sur la route. Ma prochaine destination est Adelaide mais avant ca il y a un passage oblige qui est la Great Ocean Road. J'ai decide de reserver une excursion de 3 jours et 2 nuits mais j'aurais surment du louer une voiture... Enfin bref!

Notre guide n'etait pas super mais heureusement on avait un bon groupe donc on c'est quand meme bien amuse! La Great Ocean Road est tres connues pour ces formations rocheuses. LA plus connues etant les 12 Apotres qui sont 12 rochers qui sortent de la mer. Un des 12 est tombe il y a quelques mois donc il n'en reste plus que 11...

Quand nous sommes arrive au Apotres nous sommes d'abord descendu sur la plage pour les voir de pres puis nous sommes alle au point de vue d'ou j'ai pris enorment de photos... L'autre truc connu sur la route est London Bridge. Avant il ressemblait au pont Londonien mais malheureusement la moitie du pont qui le raccrochait a la terre est tombe il y a 18 ans et maintenant il ne reste plus qu'une arche au milieu de la mer...

On etait egalement sense aller dans le parc National des Grampians mais malheureusement la moitie du parc a ete detruit par un feu de foret il y a 1 mois et donc il est presque totallement ferme au public. On a quand meme reussit a aller dans quelques endroit et on a pu voir des Koalas ainsi que des Emus et des kangourous blancs...



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