Attunga Alpine Lodge

Address: 10 Arlberg St, Falls Creek, Victoria, Australia | Hotel
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This hotel, located on 10 Arlberg St, Falls Creek, is near Falls Creek Alpine Resort and Falls Creek Ski Lifts.
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      Travel Blogs from Falls Creek

      Omeo Highway

      A travel blog entry by jdobson on Feb 08, 2015

      9 photos

      ... it's pretty dead on a Sunday. Picked up a couple of things at the supermarket and stopped at the bakery for some rolls for lunch, then drove out of town heading north on the Omeo Highway. This is a very slow winding road but some lovely views. Stopped at a picnic area for lunch with a very pretty river and then drove on about 15 k and found a great campground, Jokers Flats, where we pulled up for the night. Also on a river. Set up camp and Philip had a ...

      Alpine National Park. Victoria. Dec'14/Jan'15

      A travel blog entry by judybrown on Dec 27, 2014

      2 photos

      ... nothing. 2 trail bike riders stopped just before lunch to check where they were. They were low on fuel and didn't have a map. Silly men!! Another quiet afternoon spent reading, although I only have 200 hundred pages left to go in The Pillers of the Earth. Might save it for tomorrow! Rib Eyes for dinner. Rather large but we managed to eat them! To old to stay up for 2400 so in bed by 1030. Thursday 01/01/15. New Years Day Up at 0630. Couple drove by and up ...


      A travel blog entry by hwodvb on Nov 11, 2014

      1 comment, 44 photos

      ... attraction was that around a century ago it was the largest inland port of Australia with many freight boats delivering goods (mainly wool) at Echuca to be put on the train to Melbourne to be shipped on to England. All those vessels were steam driven paddle boats, and quite a number of them survived and have been restored. The old port itself has been turned into a historic precinct, pedestrians only, with plenty of nice little shops, café’s, bars, ...

      An Island in the Sky

      A travel blog entry by pete-anne on Jun 13, 2014

      7 photos

      ... gravel for processing within the dredge’s factory-like superstructure. I have visited it, and taken many people there to see it, over many years. One of my interests is industrial archaeology, so this was right up my alley.

      Next day we bade Jim and Anne farewell and they returned to Melbourne. As usual, Anne and I felt a bit flat for a day or two, before returning to Melbourne ourselves. Our next caravan road trip will be to the Flinders Ranges later in the ...

      Omeo and Hot Showers

      A travel blog entry by jody1 on Apr 25, 2014

      3 comments, 11 photos

      ... to the government. I was very happy we were not camping in these parts!

      Omeo is a sweet little country town and the people were very friendly. It was Anzac Day and the police had planted themselves in the middle of town with an RBT. Not sure how many times we were all breathalysed while driving back and forth from laundromat, store and hotel, but we kept them busy anyway! We were hoping for a Two Up game ...