BlueGalah Backpackers Hostel

Address: Level 1 62 King William St, Adelaide, South Australia, 5000, Australia | Hostel
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This hostel, located on Level 1 62 King William St, Adelaide, is near Adelaide Botanic Garden, Rundle Mall, State Library of South Australia, and Haigh's Chocolates.
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    Around Adelaide

    A travel blog entry by doreenmullins.7 on Mar 07, 2015

    15 photos

    ... liked to have attended this university, based solely on appearances since I know nothing about its history or stature.

    Adelaide is laid out with streets named terraces on the four sides and then a green belt of botanical gardens and parklands all around...much like Ottawa is. Adelaide is different from Sydney or Melbourne in that the Central Business District (CBD) is not on the water and part of the port. The old and new ports are 10 or 12 kms from the CBD, ...

    A light lunch in Hahndorf

    A travel blog entry by jdobson on Feb 18, 2015

    1 comment, 2 photos

    ... few nights. Parked the van and unhooked and then drove into Adelaide for Philip to get a couple of things at Jaycar and then do some groceries. Back to the van for a read and relax before a LIGHT serve of snapper and salad for tea. This is a lovely park with new owners and grassy sites. All terraced between sites with plenty of room to ...

    Gut im Verkaufen / Good in selling things

    A travel blog entry by diekleine on Nov 10, 2014

    23 photos

    ... However Coober Pedy is worth a stop. It’s so hot here in summer that most of the citizens live in underground houses. There are opal mines outside the city so the highway is lined by hundreds of small sand pyramids. And for all Star Wars fans: there is even a Star Wars Vessel in the city!
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    Mellow in the Barossa Valley

    A travel blog entry by agbucks on Nov 03, 2014

    6 photos

    ... worked in Adelaide but later settled in the Barossa valley. He bought 2 hectares of land beside Jacob’s Creek and planted the first commercial vineyard of the Barossa region. They have expanded greatly over the years and no longer just supply the world with cheap plonk – they have some very expensive upmarket labels as well. But they also have Asian staff and signs in Japanese and Chinese – there is no doubt ...

    Flinders Ranges

    A travel blog entry by hwodvb on Oct 24, 2014

    1 comment, 61 photos

    ... gumtrees along the creekbed. And as we rise the gumtrees make way for sheoaks and mimosa shrubs, heath, and at one point a whole bunch of wild hibiscus in almost bloom. It is a bit of a climb, scrambling over rocks as we rise up to the summit. We reach the summit in solitude. Of course someone hid a cache up on the summit and of course we have to find it. As we do, the next person reach the summit, so we have to exercise some stealth not to give away the plot of ...