Tall trees and gin tasting 

We left Melbourne to begin our drive to Sydney. We started driving through the Yarra Valley which is renowned as a wine growing region. We stop a few times along the way to stretch our legs and take in the views. 

Spectacular views as we climbed higher through twisty roads which often became dirt tracks. The trees were incredibly high and ancient. Hopefully you can get an idea of the scale from Georgia in the photo. The smell of the forest was glorious and helped by the rain fall. 

We stopped at a chocolate place {disappointing as it was just a glorified shop}, a cheese place, a local winery and a gin place. Thd drive after this was much quieter 🤣. 

After a bit of a long drive, we were all glad to drive at Lakes Enterance. It was late and raining so we didn’t do much. This is the view of Lakes Entrance from our hotel room before we left. 


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