It’s episode 6 and we are over halfway through our epic Victorian road trip! This episode Annie Louey spends the morning in the magnificent Wilsons Promontory National Park before heading to Foster to taste some very unique cider at Gurneys Cider and then it is on to Blue Tree Honey Farm to get up close and personal with some bees. Finally, we ferry Harriette the Kombi across Port Phillip in preparation for our next leg in the Western part of the state.

To check out any of the places we visited in this ep, see the links below: www.gurneyscider.com.au/



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