This evening, we stayed in Campbell Harbor. Campbell didn't have a big Apollo, a small town, or a big Apollo room, but it was very comfortable. First, we went to the supermarket in the town "snap up" some dishes (all Chinese) and went back to find the keys. The landlord didn't give us any hints. We had to look for them by ourselves. My husband and others had not found them for half a day. I found it at the bottom of the pot at the door, haha. Adults began to cook, I still wait for the sunset, but today the sun came back, I want to see it off work, by the way, see the landlord's fleshy plants, drooling.
Driving from Adelaide to Melbourne by Ocean Road, the first attraction is Port Campbell National Park. There are not many people here. They pass the trail to the viewing platform. The scenery here is super beautiful. We can really appreciate the feeling of the surging waves beating the shore. The scenery is very magnificent. The awe for nature arises spontaneously, and we can not afford to go on this trip.
From Geelong to Campbell Harbor along Ocean Road, through Lorn and Apollo Bay, the scenery is beautiful, naturally not to mention, but more fortunate to see the wild koalas and kangaroos on the roadside, kangaroos jump quickly from our car, too late to shoot, a fat and lazy parrot lying on the tree, let us pat [chuckle] freely, more graceful parrot stop. Say hello to us by our side.
It's a small port. It's very clean and beautiful. There aren't many people, and the surrounding environment is very good! ___________
All are free attractions. The natural scenery is excellent, and the small number of local adults is a major feature of Australia.