Easter in Panmure

On arrival home from my overseas trip, I enrolled in my fourth year honours degree in Psychology and spent the last year trying to combine work, studies and a thesis. I also met Michael and found some new flat mates.

This was a mid year trip. And OK, not quite overseas, but if you think about it, it was overseas for Kelly. I met Kelly in China and now that she has travelled to Australia, I though that we could head to my parents house for Easter. Photos below of Panmure, the Great Ocean Road and some of the surrounding area.

First up, Hopkins Falls (not so much of a waterfall but a watertrickle these days)…


… then Childer’s Cove where I used to swim when I was a child.


…and finally onto Lake Pertobe (Warrnambool’s largest playground and recreation area) and Warrnambool beach.

The next day we headed out along the Great Ocean Road, stopping first at Petersborough for a bit of a swim…


Then Port Campbell for some fish and chips on the beach.

A stopover at the Twelve Apostles, one of the most famous tourist attractions in Victoria was in order.

Then onto Loch Ard Gorge, site of one of the most famous shipwrecks of Great Ocean Road history.


The day finished with a stopover at London Bridge.

The next day we went for a bit of a walk around Panmure. Photos below are the Big Hole, the swimming hole of Panmure, and my primary school.