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

    Hotham Hell

    A travel blog entry by highams on Mar 18, 2015

    3 comments, 4 photos

    ... kicks off. The ride started off very steeply, with the road line markings turning to alpine yellow after only 1.2 km. At about the 7 km mark you hit The Meg which was well signposted just in case you had any mistake about the 18% gradient facing you for the next 500 metres. It really was a grind and required you to get out of the saddle and stand on the pedal and dance on the bike to get up the slope. Similar to yesterday's ...

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

    A travel blog entry by judybrown on Dec 27, 2014

    2 photos

    ... with the worlds smallest bathroom, but only $90/night. Jade chinese restaurant for dinner, ok. Saturday 27/12/2014 Left Myrtleford at 0845 after breakfast at the bakery and I bit of a shop at IGA for the things I had forgotten. Our drive to Abbeyard and past the scene of our vehicle recovery 2 years ago was uneventful thank goodness.we traveled via East Buffulo Rd, Riley track to Van Dammns helipad, then down Wonangatta track, mistakenly turned left onto Riley's ...


    A travel blog entry by hwodvb on Nov 11, 2014

    1 comment, 44 photos

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    But first let me tell you about Mungo NP. Mungo Lake is another one of the Willandra lakes. Long long ago, when there was water in the lakes, this was a thriving area with plenty of flora, fish and fauna and therefore a rich place for human occupation. The Willandra river however stopped flowing around 17,000 years ago, and as a result the lakes dried out. Due to a prevailing SW wind the lake itself had a distinct beach and dune system developed on the NE ...

    Farewell Harrietville

    A travel blog entry by barbrob on Nov 08, 2014

    10 photos

    ... old gold mining town has been kept to its original preserved heritage. Very pretty village nestled in the foothills of Stanley State Forest. Gold was discovered in 1852 and gold fever followed. The meaning of the town is "rock" and "water hole". Drove to the historic gorge which was man made in 1859. The gorge was cut through the granite which was a remarkable achievement in the early days with only pick and shovel and ...

    Omeo and Hot Showers

    A travel blog entry by jody1 on Apr 25, 2014

    3 comments, 11 photos

    ... Hot showers, real beds and a meal we didn't have to cook. Nothing like four days of camping out to make you appreciate the simply things!

    While the boys fiddled with mechanics, Sherri and I had showers then went into downtown Omeo to shop and do some washing at the laundromat. The next most important thing was a good cup of coffee, so we met Carly and Kane at Twinkles while our clothes dried. Kane got talking to ...