Westland Hotel Motel

100 McDouall Stuart Avenue, Whyalla, South Australia, 5608, Australia | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Whyalla

20 June Day 4

A travel blog entry by hayleystockdale

... Approximately 2.30 we headed back to the Wodlatta Centre to finish the museum. An excellent museum of the outback. Thomas and Martin rode their bikes to the centre and met us down there. Prior to heading home I called at the shops with Renee and Alison. Between the Big W and Target we got soaked with a quick down pour. Thomas and Martin explored the backstreets and railway sidings of the town before heading home on the bikes. ...

Murray Bridge to Whyalla

A travel blog entry by larry-jan


... year .So we will spend the night out at Point Lowly for $5.00 a night and go snorkelling.
We call into the dive shop to hire thicker wet suits than our things. They fit us out with what we need especially me who feels the cold more. I get a thicker wet suit with hood, we both get strech body suits then wet suits, hood, gloves and boots and bigger flippers than ours to combat the waves and currents. Look at photo after I ...

Perfect Port Germein

A travel blog entry by dollyandace


Distance Travelled: Adelaide to Port Germein 243km
Total Distance Travelled: 12,502km

The plan is an overnight stop at Port Germein. I had been here in February (during the time of the bushfires) with Annette and her pals, on a girls' day out to visit the art gallery. I really like this little seaside town and thought Ace would too. He does. After unhitching Pamplona at our 'front row’ site in the small, community run, caravan park he returns to the office ...

In Port - Port Germein

A travel blog entry by snikpohks


... 14km of it! I managed it ok although there were a couple of loose spots that I didn’t like at all. Harleys don’t do dirt very well and I was worried about bits getting in the belt or clogging up the air filter… it all looks ok tho.

The weather has turned hot. Arriving at Port Germein we set up camp and had a walk around the town and checked out the jetty. The view across the ranges is excellent and the sunset ...

Iron Knob

A travel blog entry by dollyandace


Distance Travelled Kimba to Iron Knob 90km
Total Distance Travelled: 11,856km

We couldn't resist an overnight stop at Iron Knob, known as the birthplace of the Australian steel industry. Originally iron ore was mined here for use as flux in the copper smelting industry but it was found to be of such high quality, and quantity, that it started an iron smelting industry as well. The mine closed in 1998 and Iron Knob became a ghost town.

A recent increase in ...


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