BEST WESTERN Golden Grain Motor Inn

Address: 6 Dimboola Road, Horsham, Victoria, 3400, Australia | Hotel
 
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This hotel, located on 6 Dimboola Road, Horsham, is near Horsham Golf Club.
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    Travel Blogs from Horsham

    The State of Victoria.

    A travel blog entry by kelvinals on Apr 17, 2015

    7 comments, 8 photos

    Of the six states on mainland Australia Victoria is the smallest, but like Tasmania, it's well stocked with a remarkable variety of attractions for the estimated 80,000 grey nomads ambling around this huge country at any given time of the year. Actually I heard only a few days ago the number had increased to just under 100,000. That's an inspiration for any retiree who's contemplating an adventure before dementia or as in my case, finding a 'sense of purpose' to overcome a few ...

    Ringwood to Horsham

    A travel blog entry by bryonandlucinda on Feb 02, 2015

    3 photos

    ... cleared the traffic and were looking for the sky to clear so we really felt like we were on holidays. The blue sky came, but as we approached Ballarat it was still chilly.

    We took a quick detour off the Western Highway at Ballarat to visit Dad and show him our little van. The temperature rose as we continued on from Ballarat, not unexpectedly.

    Lunch was a ham roll, banana, ...

    Face to Face With The Devil? (Australia)

    A travel blog entry by usatexan on Oct 16, 2014

    89 photos

    ... Tasmanian devils and other scavengers feed on the roadkill at night and often become roadkill themselves!

    The wallabies are small kangaroos (called roos by the locals). The babies are born very tiny. They are undeveloped when born and very helpless. When they are born, they immediately crawl into their mother's pouch and continue to develop for a couple of months. Even when the baby (joey) leaves the pouch it often returns ...

    Horsham - Last Entry

    A travel blog entry by davidandmarlene on Jul 12, 2014

    1 photo

    ... enhanced in Nhill, the self-proclaimed ‘happiest town in the state’ when David discovered that the public loo plays classical music. We were then less inclined to believe that their happiness came from substances, but from substance.

    So now, after a long day’s journey through unbelievably green pasture covering even the bald ranges near ...

    Leg 1 - Melbourne to Barossa

    A travel blog entry by georgiandpaul on Apr 21, 2014

    1 comment, 13 photos

    ... overnight: clean up your campsite of chairs, new camera equipment and cooking stuff or it might rain and get everything soaked! Oh dear. Thankfully no lasting damage to anything - especially new Canon G16 which mercifully was in its new case.



    DAY 3 - Little Desert to Barossa Valley - 420km



    We woke to see several kangaroos enjoying the last of our marshmallows for breakfast (also
    left ...