|Wow! How would you like to live in this house|
|Split Point Lighthouse|
After a short climb up to the lighthouse we were amazed by the lovely lookout over the rocks, and the clean cool water below.
|Rock Formation at Split Point|
|Hedy and myself taking a break at Split Point|
Our next stop was Lorne for lunch, which was in a beautiful bakery in the main street.
|Me in Lorne|
The armed with a pile of brochures we booked into the Grand Pacific Hotel for the night.
|The Grand Pacific Hotel|
I had been dreaming all day of the lovely hot shower I was going to have and of washing my hair without worrying how much water I was using and the hot water running out. Only someone living in a motorhome would really appreciate this. We settled in and then made our way through lovely tropical Rain forest to a sparkling Water Fall in the area.
Erskine Falls was streaming down into a picturesque area surrounded by lush green ferns and rock formations. It was beautiful and peaceful here. It was 10klms inland and is one of the highest waterfalls in the Otway Region. You had to go down 200 steps to reach the bottom of the falls. Hedy and I viewed the falls from the safety of the upper lookout, while Russell & Bill ventured the whole way down and I believe them when they say it was worth it.
|The Pier opposite the Hotel|
|The Grand Pacific Hotel @ Night|
|Hedy, Russell & Me on the verandah of hotel|