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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      Hello Victoria

      A travel blog entry by markandshirley on Jan 05, 2015

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      ... set up we met some great neighbours who camped there for 13 years. We were invited for beers after dinner and we had a fun night full of stories including there "love shack" van. The van was purchased for $231 13 years ago and still going strong....except for his worn tire :-)
      The wind had finally lay down and we enjoyed a great night sleep.

      To be continued,

      Shirley begon de ochtend met het kijken van de Wereld kampioenschappen darts. Gary ...

      Volcanoes

      A travel blog entry by peterjl on Sep 28, 2014

      5 photos

      Woke to a lovely day but windy. I went for a run first thing, rounded a corner to the headland and was almost blown off my feet, I had to retreat to a sheltered area and run back. The wind continued all day which rather put a crimp on our walking plans as it wad very uncomfortable, but it was a warm wind! Followed the coast road south east, stopping for a quick look at Beachport, a wide sand fringed bay with ...

      On the move again -at last

      A travel blog entry by larry-jan on May 28, 2014

      15 photos

      ... and the petrified forest is maybe moobah
      trees which were smothered by large sand dunes then water seeped in
      and down to tree trunks and formed a crust of sandstone ,then the
      trees decayed, leaving behind the petrified tree shapes.



      This coast is whale coast, large Blue whales in our summer and
      Southern Right Whales in winter, as we leave we hear of the first
      whale sighting for the season on the radio. We ...

      A week in Melbourne

      A travel blog entry by richyb on Feb 24, 2014

      ... accent, it was weird, we were with a few of her friends from previous hostels, it would have been a great night had there been slightly fewer people. We found a bar and a welsh friend of hers and myself watched the six nations, as England battled past Ireland, as I may have mentioned before, Australia is full of Irish people! And you really notice this when there is rugby on! Like I say it's a shame I was only able ...

      Great Ocean Road 01/2/14-04/2/14

      A travel blog entry by vikkiandchris on Feb 01, 2014

      49 photos

      ... games.

      Next morning we spent some time in Lorne which is a really lively little town with loads of nice shops, bars and cafes. We ate breakfast in one of the little cafes before chilling out on the towns lovely beach for a bit. A little further along the coast we stopped off on the town of Aireys Inlet where there was another lighthouse that was free to look at. The views out over the turquoise coloured sea were gorgeous and as it was pretty windy ...