Westland Hotel Motel

Address: 100 McDouall Stuart Avenue, Whyalla, South Australia, 5608, Australia | Hotel
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This hotel is located on 100 McDouall Stuart Avenue, Whyalla.
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Travel Blogs from Whyalla

Geriatrics Lane

A travel blog entry by gail_greg_l on Apr 09, 2015

2 comments, 7 photos

... up on the other side of us - the wife was on crutches. We were beginning to think they'd allocated us to Geriatric's Lane. After my history of falling out of the van (twice now) I was feeling a bit concerned - was this an omen? Might it be a case of third time unlucky for me? Obviously, this caravanning life can be highly dangerous!

The tides are amazing here - we've not seen a tide go out so far as ...

Moonta Bay to Whyalla

A travel blog entry by bryonandlucinda on Feb 08, 2015

10 photos

... Tunnel of Time" where we would learn about the history of the outback, to which port Augusta provides a gateway. Entry is via the mouth of a giant lizard Max, the giant Ripper Lizard and the story begins by explaining the geological origins of the outback features.

The 'tunnel' finishes in a display of relatively recent technological developments which have assisted those making a life in the outback, such as the pedal radio used for the flying doctor or school of the air ...

Whyalla is the Weather so Shit?

A travel blog entry by tanktreks on Jan 12, 2015

9 photos

... eating our breakfast as quickly as possible, we decided to keep on driving and see what Whyalla had to offer.

What a different feel Whyalla has to Port Augusta! We made it to the information centre just after 9am and booked in for the steelworks tour that was about to begin. It was a bus tour and it was just our luck we were stuck in the back seat without much of a view.


Port Lincoln to Whyalla

A travel blog entry by barbrob on Oct 23, 2014

4 photos

... kilometres from Arno Bay. When the fish are 18 months old and weighing 3 kilos, they are then marketable. Arrived at Whyalla after 2.00pm unhitched and drove to Rob's mother Margaret for a visit. She had just turned 80 the day before and the family had planned a surprise party for her on Saturday. We had to be careful not to let slip that Rob was coming down from Sydney to visit. She looked amazingly well and very pleased to see us. Returned to camp for dinner and an early ...

Walk of the Jetty

A travel blog entry by thethirdcog on Aug 09, 2014

... foxes have been eradicated. This has enabled arid zone ecosystems to be restored and near extinct species of fauna to be reintroduced. A hugely important undertaking for the survival of the native fauna. Within this area the rainfall is averaging 212mm per annum and there are approximately 26 sheep per square kilometre. Karen's new favourite word is the chenopod or saltbush - so everything is now chenopod!

In the distance is of course Olympic Dam and we ...