We left Apollo Bay for Anglesea, taking the caravan along the last windy coastal section of thr Great Ocean Road. The caravan park we selected in Anglesea is enormous and by far the largest we have ever stayed in. We had a great spot on the river a short distance from the mouth. We then headed off to take a look at the famous surfing beach, Bells Beach. Well, there were no decent waves to be seen and the handful of surfers around were not that impressed with the waves this day. We had a quick look at Torquay before heading home and a stroll along the beach before dinner.
The next day we drove to Geelong to take Joan Fawcett out to lunch. Peter had recently passed away so it was a sad time although we did have some good laughs while remembering the antics Peter got up to on his various holiday tours.
|Joan Fawcett and Keith|
|Lapwing and chicks|
|A Sulphur Crested Cockatoo looking for food|
|The beach at Anglesea|