Black Gold Country Cabins

121 Main Street, Wallerawang, New South Wales, 2785, Australia | Campground
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This campground, located on 121 Main Street, Wallerawang, is near Featherdale Wildlife Park, West Coast Wilderness Railway, Michael Mobbs' Sustainable House, and Don Bank Museum.
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    Travel Blogs from Wallerawang

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    A travel blog entry by me.andmyshadow on Aug 08, 2014

    1 photo

    ... rather a first world yearning to take some time out of a busy life, to simplify things for a while, and perhaps to mark a time of transition in my life; a time to reflect and to ponder what comes next. I suspect that the resurgence in the popularity of this walk over recent years is for many a yearning for adventure, challenge and a retreat from modern lives. This is the kind of pilgrim I ...

    Aroond Dublin

    A travel blog entry by abennison on Jul 16, 2014

    ... and back to the hotel for a few hours of free time to explore Dublin ourselves. That night we headed out for dinner at Dublins oldest pub, built in the 1100s. From there a walk through a few pubs in the Temple Bar area for a quick listen to some of the Irish music being played. The coach picked us up and back to the hotel for either bed or, for a few, of to a close by pub for a couple more ...

    Home, Sydney, Australia

    A travel blog entry by cheetdaddy on Jul 03, 2014

    ... becoming the number of likes you get for your travel shots. What did i enjoy the most? Well all of the above, the good times, the bad and the better times. Honestly this has been the best last minute decision I have ever made, (despite the financial ruin). The things I will miss the most (apart from not being at work) are the incredible individuals I have met who have become great friends and have all been inspiring in their own little ways. I have visited so ...

    No Worries in Australia!

    A travel blog entry by jrocci on Jun 27, 2014

    I am in the land of "no worries" which can be applied to approximately 15 different phrases and sentiments. You're worries. Got worries. Yes/ worries. I once said "no worries" to a boss who was concerned I wouldn't make a deadline and I almost got fired, so I am glad to see the phrase is so prevalent here. My arrival in Sydney was filled with feelings of being home. First, I was reunited with the western world, which was evident by the easy conversations ...

    Travel Time

    A travel blog entry by niccis on Apr 17, 2014

    6 comments, 10 photos

    ... they drove us from the domestic to international. Felt fancy with this service. Sydney domestic is hugely better than our Perth International. We trotted around the airport until it was boarding time. I was excited for this flight as they had said we were on the sides and its only a two seater as the flight from Perth to Sydney we were in the middle with these two lovely people we chatted with through the flight. Its amazing who you can meet ...