We arrived at Lakes entrance early evening. We had dinner at a local cafe and then went and dropped our bags off at the hostel we were staying for the night.
We then headed to the Ninety Mile beach. We made a campfire from the wood we had collected earlier that day and sat around toasting marshmallows and chatting. It was an early night though as we had to be up at 6am for a quick brekkie and then to continue our journey.
A stop at a town called Foster for morning tea and then it was on to Wilsons Promontory National Park. As we drove through we could see the devistation that the bush fires they had in February had caused, about 60% of the park was burnt.
Here we went on a walk through the park, well the rest of the group did, my knees still hadn't recovered from the walking the day before at Mt Kosciuszko so I just took the shortcut with the guide to Squeaky Beach, so called cos when you walk on the sand it squeaks! I just wandered around and watched Bones surf whilst waiting for the rest of the group. We then headed back to the bus for a short drive to another part of the park. This was an old disused airstrip from the war. As we walked through we came face to face with Kangaroos. We were looking for Wombats as well but they couldn't be seen. It was so great being able to get so close to them.
It was then back on the road heading for Melbourne.