Best Western Warragul Motel

Address: 1845 Princes Highway, Warragul, Victoria, 3820, Australia | 4 star hotel
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This 4 star hotel is located on 1845 Princes Highway, Warragul.
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      Goodie goodie lunch with Mal and Arthur

      A travel blog entry by wherrol on Nov 30, 2014

      The Powelltown overnight stop used to be a beauty. However last night we ended up in the overnight stopping bay. For some reason we thought this stopping bay was a 'no camping' area. Having got ourselves in there at 10.10pm we couldn't see the sign. All night we didn't sleep as we felt guilty camping in the middle of this lovely town. Mind you there was another couple with a roof top tent ...

      Wending our way home

      A travel blog entry by joyschultz on Sep 27, 2014

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      ... who died in war. If you look at the photo, you will see people right down the far end. One is a piper who plays a Lament. This is followed by the singing of the national anthem (getting tear-y here). Then the person at the lectern which you might not be able to see, calls a serving soldier to read the story of the soldier for the day. This day it was a man who served in both world wars, and his descendants were there to lay yellow and white wreaths in front of ...

      Our Big Transpacific Cruise

      A travel blog entry by psealey on Apr 09, 2014

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      ... dancing and singing along. Tomorrow, Picton. Day 4 Sunday 13th April. (Picton) What a night. Got to bed around 11.50, woke up at 3.10 and we were a rockin'. Stayed awake for ages, but we were up at 7.15. Showered and dressed and met Mum at 7.45. Had breakfast and watched as we entered into Picton. There were mountain ranges on both sides, we sighted the township and then Radiance turned right around and we reversed into port. Wow, it was amazing. The port itself is like a logging ...

      P-p-p-p-p-pick up a penguin!

      A travel blog entry by garrykctravels on Dec 06, 2013

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      ... annoying! After our walk we drove to the main town on Phillip Island, which was called Cowes. We picked up some supplies from the supermarket before driving to the end of the island where the penguin parade was. We still had an hour or two to kill so went to a place called Nobbies Centre, which was at the western tip of the island. Here you could take a short walk along a boardwalk to see a blowhole, which is a small cave in the cliff that waves ...

      The Puffing Billy and Emerald Lake

      A travel blog entry by bezza64 on Nov 06, 2013

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      ... in darkness when it's not that warm. It seems that once the blinds come down in the spring, they stay down no matter what. All I want to do is throw the windows open and welcome the sun! I don't need to shiver when it's not necessary!

      We had a very nice family supper and a pleasant evening before returning home in David's huge car which we are using for the trip up to Sydney ...