This is where you discover that animals are actually cute!! Well you probably think that animals are ALREADY cute but for a non animal-lover like me, it's a mind changing experience hahaha
Before visiting the Halls Gap Zoo, which is the largest zoo in Victoria itself, we went to visit the Brambuk Aboriginal Culture Centre to learn more about Australia.
AND YES I DID LEARN. Not much pictures inside the building itself but the interior and setting is really nice. But it's really nice to read about how Australia was found and stuff and also about the Aboriginal people and their way of life.
Best of all, you don't have to pay for entry!! It's like a Cultural museum but it is designed very nicely! Cozy too!
|A tree outside the Centre... Cute?|
|Cakes we had at the Cafe there. It's made of traditional spices. Probably the best cakes we tasted in Australia|
Now it's time to look at animals. And some poop hahahahaha
|Greeted by a proud peacock! He was standing at the entrance wanting some air-cond HAHAHA|
|Meerkat!! It's cute! LOL|
|Probably the ugliest looking reptile I have ever seen in my life. I am sorry but you really EWWWW lah|
Now you might be thinking, 'what the crap is this lady talking about?' I show you.
Tried to feed this wallaby but then he was chilling..
|'What you looking at, mate?'|
|And so we feed animals like an Emu. HAHAHA|
|This one no need feed. What it needs is exercise. Or we could give it a roast!|
|The Tasmanian Devil!!! I never thought that I would see a real one in real life HAHAHA I thought it would look like Bugs Bunny's friend but .... my expectations were very off.|
|Deer following us because it can smell that mom has food. Somehow this picture reminds me of some fairytale story setting lol|
|My official favourite animal, THE WOMBAT!!!!|
|Porcupine? My dad is crazy he said he wanted to touch it zzz|
|Probably the nicest picture I took of a bird in my entire life|
|Kwang Soo! (Running Man fans you know what I mean!)|
|New animal of which is imported from North Borneo. Does nothing much but eat and poop.|
|Mulberry sheep which made me smell like sheep/lamb/yong sao for the whole day D:|
|WHEE I TOUCHED A KANGAROO!!! -.- Trust me I have never been so enthusiastic about animals in my life D:|
After that, we headed to Mackenzie Falls. The one and only waterfall which made my jaw drop, and then I never had the strength (due to overwhelm-ness lol ) to close my mouth.
|Vineyards along the way....|
|It might look ordinary...|
|Maybe you might think 'Oh it's gonna look like the ones in Sabah....'|
|BUT IT'S NOT!!!!!|
There is a trail of which you have walk to get to the bottom of the waterfall. It's not a short trail so of course when you reach there you are already tired and you probably want to get back to your car and have some cola. But the moment I stood directly opposite the waterfall, I felt so free I wanted to jump into the water, which is of course not allowed because you might get swallowed by the water. IT WAS SO BIG! Which made me feel so small and I was humbled by its beauty.
Why am I sounding like I'm writing about a handsome king of the waterfall?? -.-
Honestly after that I started to wonder about how God actually created things like this gigantic but yet so pretty waterfall. That is a mystery that should not ever, be solved.
|Proof that I actually went there and that the pictures are taken by me and not stolen from any website!!!|
Next post - Naracoorte Caves! Watch out for the enormous wombat!