Ghost Hunting at Splitpoint Lighhouse

Ghost Hunting at Splitpoint Lighhouse

Yesterday, I went to Split Point Lighthouse looking for the ghost of a teenage girl that apparently died here a century ago. It’s said that in the early 1900’s a family occupied Split Point Lighthouse. One night, the teenager daughter explained to her parents that she was pregnant. The father took her fishing that night

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The Search For Ramsden Cave

The Search For Ramsden Cave

The story of Ramsden Cave goes about a century ago, a farmer lost his goat and tracked it along the coast from Apollo Bay west, all the way to Cape Patton. Just past Cape Patton and half way up the sixty-five metre cliff with the Great Ocean Road on top, he followed the goat into

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Beeripmo Walk Birthday Hike

Beeripmo Walk Birthday Hike

Beeripmo Circuit – Richards to Richards What better way to celebrate a birthday than doing an overnight hike in country Victoria. Trying to steer clear of anything too difficult so that we could drink a few beers and enjoy ourselves a bit more than usual, we picked the Beeripmo walk as it was meant to

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Canoeing down the Glenelg River

Canoeing down the Glenelg River

Jun, 05, 2018  By Tom  Comments Guy and I went on a two night canoe trip down the Glenelg River in the Lower Glenelg National Park on the border of South Australia and Victoria. It was Christmas time and the Summer sun couldn’t have been more accommodating. It’s about a five hour drive west of Melbourne or

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