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Mar 20, 2014 - Port Albert to Flaggy Creek

Day 26 - Thursday 20th March We went for a walk this morning in this the oldest port in Victoria after enjoying watching the water, hundreds of black swans out on the sand bank, and the warmth of the sun - all with a cuppa in hand. It dawned a perfect day, probably our first in Victoria - most have been cloudy in the am. It was a very pleasant drive using back roads as we wended our way towards Gippsland in eastern Victoria. First call was nearby Tarraville which has the second oldest timber church in Victoria still in use - had to get a...

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Mar 19, 2014 - Queenscliff to Port Albert

Day 25 - Wednesday 19th March Up early - well if you call 7:15 early. Sun won't rise till 7:50. We need to have brekky and be off by 8:25 to get down to the ferry loading point for the 9:00 departure. The Queenscliff to Sorrento ferry has a vehicle deck, passenger deck with cafe and toilets and an upper deck for the wheel house and exposed seating for the perfect days - I think they have 1 a year and it's NOT this morning which is fully overcast but no rain. The sea is calm so no swell coming through the heads so a lovely 40min trip. We...

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Sep 4, 2007 - Lakes Entrance to Port Albert Victoria 25 to 26 September

Jeff We are now aware that our motorhome should leave Australia on 15 September and we will take it to the docks on 13 September to ensure there should be no chance it will be 'bumped off'. As the camp site internet is working and we have credit to use up, we checked on the air flights for us and tried to book on line but failed. Because we have no home address in Australia the booking site would not accept our credit card. Our choice of departure is Sunday 16 September. There is only one flight on this day and it is a direct flight which...

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