City Heart Motel Warnambool
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TravelPod Member ReviewsCity Heart Motel Warnambool Warrnambool
Nothing out standing. Clean comfortable friendly. Rooms a little small but fine for a passing through stay. Would use again.
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... one lane road for the final couple of hours. This road, similar to Barossa was lined with wineries for miles and miles. We had been told the day before how different regions were better suited for different types of wine and Jacob's Creek themselves import grapes from this area for some of their white wines. We did have to stop off again for petrol, hopefully not an indication of what may be a stark contrast between the current van and the diesel we had up the east coast! Taking the ...
Stopped at London Bridge, was a natural arch formation, but has since collapsed Stopped at McDonald's in Warnambool then to Logan's Beach in hopes of seeing whales. It was a rather rainy, windy day. Not the best day for sightseeing, but great for ...
... the beginning of the Great Ocean Road. We drove along in the slight occasional drizzle taking in the sights of huge long stretches of beaches and beautiful Cliff top homes that look out over the sea. The sun come out and We stopped at a tiny little town for an ice cream and a quick stroll along the beach before continuing on. We then found our self in a national park and seemingly going away from the ocean? We was convinced we ...
... happened on another piece of Australian wildlife that so far has eluded us - a snake! No idea what type except it was fairly small and brownish in colour. Hopefully the photo tells all, but whatever it was it was defiantly not staying around to get acquainted and neither were we. Then we continued along the Ocean Road to what is described as the most photographed portion, the section that includes Gibsons Steps, Twelve Apostles, Loch Ard Gorge, ...
... and was officially opened in 1932. We pass through the town of Nullaware, which claims to be the first town on the Great Ocean Road, and turn off to see the Bay of Islands, and the Bay of Martyrs. Unbelievable scenery, weathered limestone cliffs and off shore rock stacks and this spectacular but treacherous coastline has seen many ships come to grief, blown ashore in wild gales or caused by navigation miscalculations. We eventually arrive at the Great Ocean ...