|Views near the Twelve Apostles|
We viewed beautiful coastal scenery, overlooking the cold Bass Strait between Australia and Tasmania, thankfully in fine weather.
Our second day took us northwards into the temperate rainforest of the Great Otway National Park. The rainforest is comprised of huge stands of Mountain Ash, the world's tallest flowering plant, and giant ferns dominating the understorey. We walked the Otway Fly Tree Top Walk, a 600m long walkway, 25m above the forest floor, a pleasant experience for those of us who do not suffer from vertigo!
|Temperate Rainforest, Otway National Park|
|Otway Fly Tree Top Walk|
|Mountain Ash, Otway National Park|
|Vertigo, what vertigo?|
|Yarra River, Melbourne|
|Federation Square, Melbourne|
|Xiqing Shan, I think!|