BEST WESTERN Ascot Lodge Motor Inn

2 Phar Lap Court, Goondiwindi, Queensland, 4390, Australia | Hotel
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This hotel is located on 2 Phar Lap Court, Goondiwindi.
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    Travel Blogs from Goondiwindi

    Goondawindi, Narrabri, Bogabri and Gunedah.

    A travel blog entry by kilbridesblog on Aug 25, 2014

    1 comment, 8 photos

    The drive from Woodford to Tawoomba through the Great Dividing Ranges was beautiful. Amazing scenery. Farmland with rolling green hills, cattle and sheep, lots of crops and a pleasure to drive through. We spent a few days driving through country NSW. It is beautiful. August 19 and 20, we paid $10 a night and stayed at Eumundi Markets....as described in the last blog. From there we camped at Cinch Park on 21 August, about 4 km out of Woodford. There are loos ...

    Miles to Goondiwindi

    A travel blog entry by lizfyfe on Jul 25, 2014

    23 photos

    ... at the famous Condamine River and the memorials in the nearby park to those who have drowned in the river over the years. We stopped at Moonie for lunch. This is famous for two things - 1) it is Australia's first commercial oil field (owned by Santos); and 2) it has annual yabbie races the last weekend in November. The population on Moonie is 26, however it swells to 450 for the yabbie races - people dress up like for ...

    Goondiwindi

    A travel blog entry by chintz on Jul 23, 2014

    1 comment, 6 photos

    This morning we visited the Goondiwindi Botanic Garden. This Garden was created in the early eighties with most of the work done by volunteers. The ecosystem is very robust and at the same time fragile, which makes it the only Botanic Garden in Australia capable of growing this combination of inland plants. There is an island in the middle which is a great habitat for wildlife and birds. There are some nice walking paths and whilst we were ...

    Wandoan to Tara to Goondiwindi

    A travel blog entry by sandycee on Jun 18, 2014

    1 comment, 4 photos

    Had a lovely free camp in Tara - one of only 3 vans for the night in a huge recreation reserve. Cost was $5 for the first night, then 2 nights free before they charge you at caravan park rates. There was a shower/toilet which was used by the "blockies" - people who live outside town on blocks with no power or water - they come into town and line up to use the one shower/toilet for their showers ...

    Goondiwindi

    A travel blog entry by stephwoodall on Mar 11, 2014

    1 comment, 17 photos

    ... when on this part I wondered why the car was running really hot. Remember to take it out of 4WD when not on dirt dummy!!! Once I realised my mistake, back to 2WD and a cooler engine.

    We arrived at Bark Hut camp ground at Mount Kaputar. It was a lovely spot but despite the NSW Govt website I don't think it was suitable for a camper trailer. Best for tent based campers. It was a lovely spot but it was disappointing that we couldn't stay there ...