Attunga Alpine Lodge

Address: 10 Arlberg St, Falls Creek, Victoria, 3699, 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

          Travel to Falls Creek

          A travel blog entry by caliph64 on Aug 30, 2015

          ... and got chains (auto tensioning) and paid 1/2 price with my chains. So $35. Stopped at Bright for a coffee an proceeded up the range. No ground snow until 1100 and arrived at Oversnow at 11:55. Barry came and got luggage at 12:15 or so. We followed the parking guy to Lower Slalom pole 3 and parked the girl. After lunch we walked down and got bits including snow passes and Carols chocolate. Laura had a snow play building ...

          Bright 6

          A travel blog entry by margd on May 08, 2015

          3 photos

          ... a sketch of Mount Beauty ( from a photo!) Noelle dropped in to look at photos from last night and we sent them on dropbox. John dropped in and we fiddled around for ages to get him onto Flickr, succeeding eventually. Nice dinner at the Star bistro and visited the Butlers on our return to get some ideas for the trip north in ...

          Staying upright at Falls Creek

          A travel blog entry by highams on Mar 16, 2015

          4 comments, 2 photos

          ... chopper came overhead to fill up at the power station dam and I seriously thought the bucket was going to wipe me out it came so close. It was amazing watching the pilot and observer manoeuvring such a large aircraft into the ravine to collect water. I guess me waving to them as I rode past didn't help as they were concentrating very hard! At the 17 km mark I arrived at Mt Bogong where the road line markings changed from white to yellow and yet again this signalled a major change ...

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

          A travel blog entry by judybrown on Dec 27, 2014

          2 photos

          ... ended up at the junction of Riley's and Humffrays tracks at about 1200, which is also at the junction of Riley's creek and The Buffalo River which join here to become the Humffray River. Decided to camp here as it has a decent size clearing and easy access to the river for water and swimming, well dipping anyway! Beautiful weather, quiet afternoon spent reading. Only 4 cars past us. 2 blokes stopped and chatted. They are camped in Wonangatta which they say is ...


          A travel blog entry by hwodvb on Nov 11, 2014

          1 comment, 44 photos

          ... there and has been warned of our arrival. We are very warmly welcomed. The club’s president Robert shows us around the shed. His pride is a restauration project of a wooden rowing gig. A four-man rowing boat with the seats staggered towards the side of the boat. It is a form of rowing that was common before the invention of steel outriggers. Therefore it is certainly from the 19th century. All he knows is that the club bought it second hand in 1928 ...