Travelling Oz…Taylor’s Lake Camping Ground

We started yesterday by exploring Dimboola (only one main street) and having a coffee and lemon slice at one of the cafes. For such a small town it was surprising to see four cafes, but meant we could choose.

Then on to Horsham where Stephen was able to find out more about the Grampians. I bought some new slippers and a pair of plastic short leg wellingtons from K-Mart.

Then we headed out of town to this lovely campground. We think the lake may actually be a reservoir. We were Ok wandering around taking photos and enjoying the view of the mountains last night, but this morning it’s a bit challenging due to the wind. Cups of tea back at the van helped us to warm up.

We are booked into a caravan park in the Grampions for three nights. We couldn’t get the special price mentioned in Wikicamps due to it being the beginning of the school holidays, so opted for an unpowered site which was $10 cheaper per night than with power. Of course, having our own good power system, plus heating that runs on gas or electricity makes this possible to do in comfort.