Wombat Hunt on Wilson's Promontory


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May 9th 2010
Published: June 12th 2010
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Wilson's Promontory (trying saying promontory when you're bloody hungover) is Australia's most popular national park. It's about a three hour drive from Melbourne so Christen, Niall and I rented a car for the weekend to check it out, do lots of hikes and camp with the animals. Christen hadn't seen a wombat yet so this was her opportunity and boy was the place overrun with the furry sausage rolls.

Overrun with 'em!




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12th June 2010

I enjoyed your photos from Wison's Promontory. I didn't make it there, but I love wombats so I guess I'll need to go next time I'm there! My blog is looking for travel reviews, photos, etc, to share. If you have the time, check it out at dirty-hippies.blogspot.com, or email me at dirtyhippiesblog@gmail.com. Continued fun on your travels! Heather :)

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