Warrnambool, deriving its name from the Aboriginal word for a nearby volcanic cone, is a popular coastal town in the far west of Victoria. Warrnambool was founded in the middle of the 19th century and became an important port during the Victorian Gold Rush. These days, it is a town of 30,000 enjoying a thriving tourist industry.
Day 139 - Friday 21 September 2012
We were up early again for a 340 km drive around the Great Ocean Road to Queenscliff. We left Warrnambool at about 9:30 am under threatening skies, and as we drove through Nullawarre the rain started, and it rained on and off for most of our drive as far as Apollo Bay. With hindsight it may have been better ...
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