We woke up this morning in the cold and drizzle with at least some of the big winds gone, along with the hot water from the showers in the camping ground at Port Campbell, so sulked off along the Great Ocean Road without taking a photo of our overnight location.
We added to our inglorious start to the day by declining to pay the fee* to view the Twelve Apostles, (considering the light and rather atrocious conditions perhaps one could expect to get paid to wander over there), and later deciding that a visit to the Cape Otway lighthouse really wasn't worth the $16.50 each admission fee when we'd seen lighthouses before including several today. All that considered, for reasons which don't seem particularly obvious, we ambled down the twelve kilometres of Otway road anyway, to see what we could see.
And we saw koalas.
Big mobs of koalas.
A plague of koalas methinks, and mostly quite close to the ground and within a normal lens' reach.
What a sensational day!
*or were we sold a pup? Our decision (this time) was based on conditions not dollars, but confusion currently reigns over the 'carpark' costs.