BEST WESTERN Beechworth Motor Inn
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... when is struck very bad weather and disappeared. It was not until October 1958 that a young chap was photographing the Snowy mountains and discovered a tubular frame and the rest of the remains of the aircraft. We bought some apples from a road side stall and munched our way further south.
When we reached the Murray River and crossed into Victoria, and being Easter holidays, we saw a lot and lots ...
... in my trusty little bronze Corolla.....
Arrived at Albury and thought we could do a bit more, so continued on to Beechworth. Beautiful countryside here - so lush and green.
Even though the forecast was for a cold night (2-3 degrees) and potential rain, decided we really had to spend the last night of our excellent adventure in the Tvan. ...
... jam, melting moments, and the biggest sponge cake that I have ever seen. Many members actually drove in from other airports and are staying extra days in the area. Word is nearly 60 are being catered for. A bus at 5pm has delivered us to the Mantra at the Salt on the beach near Kingscliff, about a 20 minute drive past a lot of sugar can and potatoes. Rooms for all and dinner at the resort at ...
Beechworth is to be revisited. We want to come back perhaps next year when Opera in the park is on. About 4000 visitors come to see the performance under the full moon and stars. Saffi would love the Phantom of the Opera which we could hear last night from Karen's backyard. After a swim and a bit of time packing the Jayco we were off on the road again and waved goodbye to the Prebble family. Saffi said 'I miss them all ready'. I asked the girls what the ...
... buildings dating from the very early days of the gold rush. These include the Court House, the Old Police Station and Telegraph Station, further along is the old jail which is open for tours.
I looked around the Court House which is where Ned Kelly and many of his relations appeared countless times. Then on to the jail, narrowly avoiding a very heavy rain storm, where in the company of one couple I took a high speed and expensive tour. The guide seemed ...