Day 2 of the Great Whaleoil Aussie Trip Summary

We left Lakes Entrance this morning at 0730 and pretty much blasted our way across Victoria through the rain. the roads were superb and we decided to go through Horsham and carry on across the South Australia border and stop at Bordertown.

Key Stats:

  • Fuel used: 76.4 litres
  • Fuel Consumption: 9.7l
  • Duration: 8:25
  • Distance: 787.9km
  • Average speed: 93.5kmh

We stopped for lunch at a truckstop and had a beer at Ararat. the beer was beautiful, I had a pot of Carlton Draught , at the Courthouse Hotel.

We are staying at the Bordertown Dukes Motor inn.  

Tomorrow is a shot haul to Adelaide. 


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