BEST WESTERN Hospitality Inn Carnarvon
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- Minbar in room
- High-speed internet in room
- Laundry facilities (self serve)
- Non-smoking hotel
- Outdoor pool
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
TravelPod Member ReviewsBEST WESTERN Hospitality Inn Carnarvon
The staff were helpful and the food was good. The guy tending the pool area needs a special mention as he found my very expensive prescription sunglasses and although he didn't know which room we were in, he put them in a place for me to find after I had left them under the sunbed next to the pool. Full marks for his honesty.
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Travel Blogs from Carnarvon
We drive to Carnarvon, putting on another 300km towards our final northern destination of Coral Bay. The highway is a relentless Mad Max ruler straight ribbon of pavement in the middle of the shrubbery that grows out of the red dirt sand. It's called the Indian Ocean Drive, but a glimpse of the ocean is rare. Towns are few but every 100 km or so …
Arrived in Carnarvon around 2pm. The caravan park is big, well kept, green and relatively empty. The town seems nice and you can see that it should be a great source of fresh fruit and veges. Caranarvon is right on the Gascoyne River, which is lower at the moment but you can see that it would be huge in the wet season. Another great thing is that on getting out of the car the flies seem to be ...
... to the blow holes next. They are big spouts of water coming from under the rocks. The rocks had holes in them so the water came out. They blew a bit higher than a two storey house and were louder than a trumpet! We came across a heap of oysters, so dad went down there to get some for dinner! We got loads and accidentally broke the bucket. We came back to the caravan and tried to open the oysters, but we couldn't open ...
... to shore which was great. A walk onto the jetty and a green sea turtle was swimming around, looked like all the wildlife was making itself known.
After a discussion with Dennis about his t-shirt with a couple at the end of the jetty, who we found to be the Skipper & deck hand of the catamaran docked at the end of the jetty, we were invited to join them as their guests on the sunset sail. It was beautiful the sunset awesome and the dolphin ...
... working on 240v and to our surprise the techs came on site for a $30 call out - amazing. North West refrigeration for their plug. The space museum was interesting with a detailed history of the area and the Apollo missions from NASA. Went to the mile long jetty and the coffee pot train had stopped for the day, not prepared for the mile out, mile back in the wind so, we had coffee and cake instead. Fuel Carnarvon $1.44/l or $1.40 with ...