Comfort Inn CooberPedy Experience
No availability found through our partners. Please contact the business directly or check some of our recommended alternatives.
How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Free parking
- Free parking
Photos of Comfort Inn CooberPedy Experience
TripAdvisor Reviews Comfort Inn CooberPedy Experience Coober Pedy
Travel Blogs from Coober Pedy
... early part of the afternoon all congregating under there and drinking cold beers from the icebox that had been well stocked before we left Alice. The real treat didn't happen until sundown though. This was another one of those bar chats that I hadn't thought would really go anywhere, but I'd not reckoned on the skills of the indefatigable Gerald Coniel. A few of us had been talking over beers a week or so ago about how the bush camping could be a little boring, and ...
Went for a 70k ride upto the Breakaways. These are hills that have broken away from the Rangers many years ago. The road was all metal and very rough in patches. It ran beside Dog Fence that is 2250ks long. This was built to keep the dingos out of the farmers land. Back in town we went to the Big Winch and had lunch overlooking the ...
... for whale watching. However we were out of that season so we just went to look at the cliffs and sea and got charged $7 each for the privilege. The time changes here are staggered and we had been told a few different things with regards to when the clocks actually changed, and so we reached a service station and realised we were actually an hour behind the proper time. Luckily we were not driving as far today. We made it to Ceduna and went ...
Coober Pedy was a 730km drive from Yulara. Not the longest drive we have done this trip, but it certainly was a very long day.
The landscape was surreal. I thought I had seen big sky country, and I thought I had seen miles and miles of nothing. But, this drive brought a new kind of nothingness. A post-apocalyptic, mad max, lunar landscape type of nothing. Then, amazingly out of nowhere there was a town. A town where people ...
Wednesday 29 October 2014
*We have enjoyed Margaret & Alf's hospitality and our chats about life in Australia and in the NT in particular. Alf came to Australia in the 1950’s as a young boy and grew up in Adelaide. His parents emigrated from England in search of a better life at a time when white European immigration was being encouraged. The price of the journey was £10 and it took weeks. Margaret, always busy in the ...