Blue Whale Motor Inn & Apartments

Address: 367 Raglan Parade (Princess Highway), Warrnambool, Victoria, 3280, Australia | Hotel
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This hotel, located on 367 Raglan Parade (Princess Highway), Warrnambool, is near Flagstaff Hill Maritime Museum and Logan's Beach.
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    Travel Blogs from Warrnambool

    Day 202

    A travel blog entry by nimazali on Nov 08, 2015

    3 photos

    ... and offered us all some cold drinks. Thankyou for the thought!
    So we miss out on the Grampians and drove an hour back the way we came and headed to Warnambool, the closet big town.

    The tourist park we are at has an indoor pool which was nice for myself and the boys to have a swim whilst Matt goes to buy more parts for the car hoping to fix the problem. We are just about to drive the Great Ocean Road so the car will be tested straight away.

    Yulara To Port Fairy WC 13th July 2015

    A travel blog entry by pasturesblue on Jul 19, 2015

    13 photos

    ... s and probably having taken long enough to eat there anyway! The food was nice and we had a couple of drinks afterwards before meandering back through the nightlife to our hostel. With us all departing the following morning it would've made sense to pack but instead we just rolled ourselves in to bed having comfortably mastered the room temperature. Fortunately it wasn't an overly early departure for us the following day with Emma only needing to be at the airport for 10am to fly back ...

    Driving the Southern Edge of Australia

    A travel blog entry by doreenmullins.7 on Mar 03, 2015

    1 comment, 13 photos

    ... Afternoon light results in black blobs in the sea with helicopters buzzing about them.

    We stopped a few kms along at Loch Ard George where the famous ship wreck story took place and were rewarded with better light. After that we began hot footing it toward our destination, ignoring various rock formations entitled "The Arch" and "London Bridge".

    We finally arrived in an unpronounceable town called Warrnambool and found our hotel at ...

    Ocean road

    A travel blog entry by ruthbeattie on Jan 24, 2015

    9 photos

    ... after. Fairly near the beginning of the road is a statue and an arch across the road commemorating the construction. We went through some small towns along the way, all of which were full of holiday makers. Lorne looked quite pleasant and we breakfasted there. It has a pier, which was covered in fishermen. What was especially amusing was circling around was a sea-lion and her pup, that looked like she may have been taking bait off hooks. ...

    Great Ocean Road

    A travel blog entry by lynnstephenbell on Nov 05, 2014

    12 photos

    ... they have passed. The scenery changes again and we now have rolling green hills and fields of the many dairy farms. Quite a contrast from the Rugged cliffs and ocean road. The country side is reminding us of the English Southern Downs, which are very close to our home town of Portsmouth. We are also following the 12 apostles Gourmet Trail featuring cheese makers, single malt whiskey distillers, fresh local crayfish, rich Timboon Ice ...