Comfort Inn Augusta Westside

Address: 3 Loudon Road, Port Augusta, South Australia, 5700, Australia | 3 star hotel
 
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This 3 star hotel is located on 3 Loudon Road, Port Augusta.
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      Travel Blogs from Port Augusta

      Day 2 Port Augusta to Venus Bay

      A travel blog entry by simpkinswatrip on Apr 01, 2015

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      ... riding up through the centre of Australia on a bike is not my idea of fun.   Slept in our tent for the first time last night.  Nice and comfy.   Drove to the 50m outdoor pool in Port Augusta and had a lovely swim around 9:30am.  We were lucky too as this is the last day they are open until late spring. There was an old guy there who never stopped swimming all the time we ...

      Port Augusta

      A travel blog entry by juliamoyra on Apr 01, 2015

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      Wednesday 1st April Quite a good night's sleep despite flashing light on the nearby pole. Terry wanted to take photos,before we left, of the space junk and rockets set up in the town.It was dull and cloudy and felt very oppressive.I was quite happy to leave and as we drove out of town the sun came out which says it all. I did not like Woomera! The drive to Port Augusta was easy and pretty boring.Did you know there are salt lakes ...

      Starting the Eyre Peninsula

      A travel blog entry by davenjulia on Mar 24, 2015

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      ... 1941 by BHP and was used as a mine sweeper during WW2, serving in various arenas around the globe, attached twice, no deaths and two injuries. It was purchased for $5000 by the city and then moved 2km from the water to the current museum site for $540000 - a bargain I am sure. The guide was new, not sure of detail, read from a script but hey, she is learning. There was also the maritime museum as well. We surveyed the city from ...

      Day 45 - Streaky Bay to Port Augusta (400km)

      A travel blog entry by fourdaws on Jan 22, 2015

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      ... for a while, then had a cool shower and felt better. It was pretty hot. Chris went and got a gas bottle for the caravan, and then we finally cooked our Turkish bread and dips for dinner. We then settled in to watch Hewitt and Sam Stosur on TV, (thank goodness we got TV reception tonight, or Teriann was going to spit it!!) and we had a quiet night in the van, as it cooled to a nice breeze. Bed at 11.30pm after the tennis, all the Aussies lost, as usual ! ...

      Port Augusta to Alice and back again

      A travel blog entry by rascals on Jan 21, 2015

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      ... ago and the rock still takes my breath away, its so magical. The climb is closed at this time of year but the TO ( tradional owners) make it cleary known it is disrespectful to climb Uluru. This was the same 20 yrs ago. We enjoy our time here, get some great shots although and learn a lot more about the local Anand Peolple. We head back to Yulara and stop in one of the resorts for a drink, head back to camp and enjoy the warm evening but off to bead early as we ...