As promised here we go with some pictures of the cuddly, furry and friendly koala bears we spotted while staing at Cape Otway the other weekend - that long weekend we decided to go on a roadtrip along the Great Ocean Road again. We stayed on the beautiful campground Bimbi Park, which is set in the midst of Cape Otway in a lovely bush setting.
The campground uses the catchy claim "sleep under koalas" - which I thought to be probably exaggerated. I knew that there are many koalas on Cape Otway, but at the campground? No way! I was proven wrong - there was a kaola in the tree next to our tent, there were koalas walking in the grass to climb the next tree and the closer I looked, the more koalas I saw.
Have you ever heard the noise kaolas do? I can't even descibe it - a deep, roaring sound, quite scary actually! Nothing like you would expect to come out of the mouth of those cuties! Haha!
Well this fact makes this whole "camp under koalas" a noisy experience at last - we were woken up a couple of times during the night by those strande sounds (and possums hissing next to tent)!
We took a nice walk through a forest of gum trees and explored a bit of the rugged coast at the Cape. It was wild that day, waves crashing in and wind blowing. Raw and beautiful.
With Easter around the corner, I will be mostly offline the next couple of days. Follow me on instragram (lefabuleuxdestin) as I will be going to the Rip Curl Pro at Bells Beach tomorrow. Also remember that with Google Reader soon to be gone, you can also follow my blog on Bloglovin.
Happy Easter!! *K