We made it away from the grazing and agricultural land west of the Great Diving Range to some of the most southerly coastline on the Australian mainland.
Naturally, I found a lighthouse.
This is at Cape Liptrap yesterday. We then drove on and stayed at Yanakie on Wilson’s Promontory. Those of you who are familiar with Australian geography will know that the tip of Wilson’s Promontory is the southernmost point of the Australian mainland.
Here is a distant view of it, looking across from Cape Liptrap.
There will be more coastal scenery (and perhaps lighthouses, Marg) in the next few days as we travel east along the Gippsland coast.