G'day everyone! I'm checking in from the southernmost part of mainland Australia. It's taken me a few ways to adjust to being on the other side of the world, the time change, living out of a camper van and driving on the other side of the road but I feel I am getting settled into the groove. I spent the night at Wilson't Promontory - the opportunities were plentiful and I encountered a number of species including wombats, wallabies, emus and several other birds, even the kookaburra. The wombats are quite unique and seem to be a type of badger with the body shape of a pig and the face of a teddy bear. They are very docile; in fact I nearly tripped over one while making dinner next to my van last night. I'm on my way through Melbourne and on to the Great Ocean Road for 2-3 days before heading out to Kangaroo Island on Friday. As always, thank you for following along.