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

Whitsundays Queensland to Whyalla South Australia

A travel blog entry by fionamelville on Nov 09, 2014

3 comments, 3 photos

... only one couple (English) in caravan park and no Aussies in Birdsville pub, only desperate backpackers who like us had no idea of prevailing climate conditions !

Now at Point Lowly north of Whyalla in SA looking forward to exploring Eire Penninsula - once we clean the van of 2700km of dirt !!

Many thanks to Lin and Lou for the 'driver cam' which Lou has installed in our car, a short clip is attached.
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Day 87 - 88. Whyalla

A travel blog entry by sammy64 on Aug 30, 2014

7 photos

... Newcastle. Some of the older houses are lovely and the foreshore has clear, blue water and stretches of white sand. The view from Hummock Hill over the Spencer Gulf and the steel works is worth the short drive up the hill. There's not much else to do here but the temperature is 26 and our chalet is parked right on the edge of the beach. The tide is out so no kayaking today maybe tomorrow if the wind drops. Whyalla is also Australia's ...

Walk of the Jetty

A travel blog entry by thethirdcog on Aug 09, 2014

... stop with a toilet and table and chairs is unique. Whilst sitting having our lunch read through the noticeboards which were very informative within the shelter shed. Advised that within this region BHP Billiton supports the Australian Arid Lands Botanic Garden at Port Augusta which is a huge undertaking. At Olympic Dam, BHP, the community and Government agencies are uniting to have Arid Recovery which is an 86 square kilometre fenced reserve from which rabbits, ...

I See The Sea

A travel blog entry by 60winterwarmer on Aug 09, 2014

9 photos

Departed Coober Pedy at 7am just as the sun was breaking the horizon. As we drive through town, it is as if we are the only people left. No other cars or people around, just us with empty streets and highway. Awesome sight as sunlight hits the mounds of mullock removed from the numerous mine shafts. The landscape from Coober Pedy is very arid with the vastness of the outback really setting in. As one lady working in the Marla roadside ...

Murray Bridge to Whyalla

A travel blog entry by larry-jan on Jun 20, 2014

2 comments, 15 photos

... so we did not get to see the paddle steamer Marion built in 1900 nor did we get to walk around the dock museum or the Randell dry dock built in 1876 for paddle steamers.We got photos from outside the gate, its a shame we would have liked to have a look and we may never be back this way.
Never mind we go on to Swanreach , across on the ferry and spend the night on the banks of the river.

There are also a series ...