Botanical Hotel

Address: 11 Napier St., St Arnaud, Victoria, 3478, Australia | Hotel
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This hotel is located on 11 Napier St., St Arnaud.
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Travel Blogs from St Arnaud

All good things must come to an end

A travel blog entry by tnhendy on Oct 11, 2014

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Australia has many "Big Things", & we try to see as many of them as we can.
This morning we saw the big Guitar, @ Narrandera.
After that, we hopped back in the car, & pointed her in the direction of home.
We stopped for Maccas @ Deniliquin, then took the final leg of our journey, arriving home mid afternoon.
Kms travelled: 10,700
Most expensive fuel: Bamaga $2.28
Average km/l: ...

Home sweet home

A travel blog entry by tnhendy on Oct 12, 2013

Well our holiday has come to an end. Can't believe a month has passed so quickly. Highlights of our trip are - the thunderstorm @ the Dig Tree, Adels Grove & Lawn Hill Gorge, watching a Karumba sunset, Fitzroy Island, lazing around @ Mission Beach, whale watching, & catching up with friends. Would we do it all again, definitely (except the ...

If you don't smoke you don't carry matches

A travel blog entry by pete-anne on May 01, 2013

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Hi folks … we are on the road at last, but let me tell you how I caused a furore at our local pharmacist yesterday. I should set the scene first. When we were in Normanton North Queensland in 2012, we ran short of medications. This necessitated a visit to the local hospital for a consultation with the GP who conducted a clinic for all and sundry. His bedside manner was bland at best, and bordered on ...


A travel blog entry by wanderingreads on Nov 23, 2012

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... us to look at a camper which has been advertised on eBay to see if it is worth his while traveling to Donald to see it.

This time tomorrow we shall be back home at Mount Martha. We are feeling a little sad that this tour is ending but we are already planning the next ones. We have been told that when you breathe your last breath, it is not things and possessions you think ...

Blaze Aid at Charlton

A travel blog entry by gwenandron on Apr 20, 2011

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... The garden gnome, which we all bought him as a present, was really good and Ed loved it. Wednesday, the 27th April, was our last day of work with farmer Oliver and his wife and daughter. They supplied lunch but we were spoilt the first day, and were disappointed when we got ham and salad rolls! However, this was followed by very yummy apple biscuits and I got the recipe.

We left Charlton and Blaze Aid the next day.