Budj Bim: more volcanic landscape

Camping and walking in Budj Bim National Park, a UNESCO World Heritage Site. We calculated that with careful driving, we ought to be able to include a 55 km detour from Port Fairy to Budj Bim on our way to Nelson, without charging. To spend a couple of nights bush camping we also needed toContinue reading “Budj Bim: more volcanic landscape”

Tower Hill Wildlife Reserve

A visit to Tower Hill Wildlife Reserve, inside an extinct volcano, a short drive from Port Fairy. We were keen to visit Tower Hill Wildlife Reserve, despite it threatening to rain. Driving into the reserve entrance, you enter an ancient volcano crater, and suddenly feel like you have left the flat agricultural landscape behind. TheContinue reading “Tower Hill Wildlife Reserve”

Lorne, more Otways and Great Ocean Road

Some photos of highlights from our 8 days of visits to Lorne, Cape Otway and Timboon areas (March 2021). From Cape Otway, we ventured into the Otway forest again. We wanted to visit Aire Crossing Campsite where we had camped with a 4WD 20 years ago. We were unsure about the condition of the road,Continue reading “Lorne, more Otways and Great Ocean Road”

Introducing ourselves: David and Conny

Who we are and why are we blogging… We are concerned about climate change and are trying to live and travel in ways that minimises our fossil fuel use. Our home is an all-electric, energy efficient house with enough solar panels to charge an electric vehicle (EV) most of the year. Our current project isContinue reading “Introducing ourselves: David and Conny”