Chardonnay Lodge

Riddoch Hwy, Coonawarra, South Australia, 5263, Australia | 4 star hotel
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This 4 star hotel, located on Riddoch Hwy, Coonawarra, is near Zema Estate.
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    Travel Blogs from Coonawarra

    Our Tour of the Coonawarra Wine Region

    A travel blog entry by nc_do_oz_2013 on Nov 13, 2013

    5 comments, 6 photos

    ... risk-taking wines.

    We left Katnook and headed for the famous tasting rooms of Wynn's Wines. On the way, and led by our questions about how the land was cleared to make way for the vineyards, Lyndon explained how in the early days of Katnook they cleared large quantities of 200-300 year old gum trees. Pulling over a handful of these native and coveted trees is considered OK if needs must, but pulling down as many as Katnook did caused considerable ...

    The End of The Great Ocean Road

    A travel blog entry by nc_do_oz_2013 on Nov 12, 2013

    3 photos

    ... set at right-angles, running either roughly north-south or roughy east-west. A few minutes of driving around them was enough to get a feel for the place and establish the best place for a rest.

    Continuing on, we headed west towards the border between Victoria and South Australia. For quite some time before we reached the border, though, there were lots of official signs at the side of the road (with writing too small to read properly without slowing the car to a ...

    Leaving Adelaide

    A travel blog entry by piholland on Apr 08, 2013

    1 comment, 22 photos

    ... living out off a van/bag is defiantly in our comfort zone now.


    So anyway, thats our brief background in South Australia, we are now permeant residents and can become proper Australians very soon, if they don't change there minds now we are unemployed! Our plan is to explore as much as we can for the next few years before we head further afield, but its only a loose plan so we will see.


    Back to Adelaide summary, here it goes then three years ...

    A winery and a cave

    A travel blog entry by bigbri58 on Mar 12, 2013

    6 photos

    It continues to be very hot here. This was a travel day as we moved from Halls Gap to Naracoorte. We started in The Grampions (the mountains) but most of the drive was through very dry cattle country. It reminded us of the prairies.

    The activity of the day was a walking tour through the Victoria Fossil Cave at Naracoorte, which is a World Heritage Fossil Mammal Site. ...

    Day 17 - Beachport to Naracoorte

    A travel blog entry by tweaksta on May 03, 2012

    34 photos

    Today we had the choice to go to Robe and onto the Coorong (which we had been looking forward to for ages) but our research uncovered some caves which were highly recommended but required us to detour inland and back East for 130km (or 2 hours at our bird-avoiding road speed). We made the decision to go there as missing them would cause regret. This would be a 1-day detour before we could get back on track but since we had all the time in the world it wasn't ...