Botanical Hotel

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

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

1 comment, 4 photos

... him what happened in Normanton. He said, OK let’s be safe and make it six months worth of prescriptions which required a G24 form which enables us to fill 6 months worth of scripts. I dropped them in at our regular pharmacy and said I would call in to collect
them the next day. When I returned the following day, the pharmacy assistant Nicole (who went to school with Amber) asked where we ...


A travel blog entry by wanderingreads on Nov 23, 2012

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... people and experiences. We have some wonderful memories of the last 5.5 months (24 weeks and 3 days to be exact), places we have been, things we have seen and done and some lovely people we have met and new friendships made. In total we have traveled 28,176 kms. We have been very fortunate in having relatively trouble free motoring, we both remained very healthy throughout the trip ...

The aftermath of the Vic floods

A travel blog entry by ontoor on Apr 29, 2011

4 comments, 5 photos

... shower a meal and a couple of drinks were all we managed before we hit the pillow at 8 p.m. to do it all again the next day. Pete and I can be proud of the fact that we were part of teams that cleared over 10 klms of fencing demolished over 2klms of twisted wire and then built new fences of over 3klms. We learnt to twitch, strain and erect new fences. see you are never too old to learn something new.
The photos included may give you some idea of the damage that we cleared,

Too much sunshine!

A travel blog entry by joshsquash on Jan 22, 2009

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I dont want to complain but the temperatures today have been in the 30's...too hot to do anything remotely energetic! Yesturday we had to go into Nelson and then decided to head off to Little Kaiteriteri to the beach which was lovely. The previous day Josh and Jo had climbed Mount Robert which is our big mountain in St Arnaud. It is supposed to ...