Comfort Inn CooberPedy Experience

Address: Crowders Gully Rd, Coober Pedy, South Australia, 5723, Australia | 3 star hotel
 
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This 3 star hotel, located on Crowders Gully Rd, Coober Pedy, is near Faye's Underground Home.
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        Travel Blogs from Coober Pedy

        Coober Pedy: The Town Bill Bryson Missed

        A travel blog entry by phyllisandterry on Oct 30, 2015

        3 comments, 4 photos

        After our Flinders excursion, we spent two days in Coober Pedy, the opal mining capitol of the world and one of the most offbeat places in the world. Surprisingly, Bill Bryson missed it in "In a Sunburned Country".

        In contrast with Bill Bryson, this is the second time I have been there. In 1968, my family finished their Australia sojourn with a week long bus tour from Adelaide to Alice Springs that stopped in Coober Pedy. At ...

        A great day out

        A travel blog entry by juliamoyra on Oct 15, 2015

        5 photos

        I do hope I can remember the details of Wednesday's adventure as its now Friday and yesterday was a scorching 40 degrees it could have addled my brain! First stop was the country town of Kimba in the middle of the Eyre peninsular and in fact it is half way across Australia. A little way out of town are the steel sculptures commemorating the explorer Eyre.They were on a hill overlooking the town with a great view. We travelled ...

        Well worth the wait!

        A travel blog entry by kingstravel on Oct 05, 2015

        2 comments, 102 photos

        ... and head on to Coober Pedy. We stop for lunch at Marla and dispose of items on the list for quarantine. Driving along we cross a section of the road which has been widened to accommodate emergency plane landings for the Royal Flying Doctors Service. Another sight we see is a wedge tailed eagle feeding on road kill standing it's ground even when cars go past.

        Back in 1971 Sheila began her teaching career at Fir Tree Jnr School in the Midlands UK. While teaching there she ...

        I thought we were already in the middle of nowhere

        A travel blog entry by lholyer on Sep 30, 2015

        14 photos

        ... of the drunks in Tenderloin shouted at you you could understand them. We have an opal mine tour in the afternoon, the woman tour guide was German & hilarious & got on well with the group taking the pioss out of Matt. I buy some Opal jewellery from the mine before we go on the 'Rocky special' which turns out to be a trip to a kangaroo sanctuary where we get to touch & feed the kangaroo's and meet a Joey. Tonight we are off to John's pizza, it turns ...

        Flies and fossicking

        A travel blog entry by deleenheer on Sep 20, 2015

        22 photos

        It's easy to tell you are approaching Coober Pedy by the piles of dirt and scree that start to dot the landscape, evidence of the hunt for opal going on underground. It is an interesting town, not sure I really like it but I have enjoyed all our visits (would you believe Kevin and I have been there four times). We opt to stay a bit out of town at "Riba’s" where you can camp underground if you wish and the showers are free (only place in ...

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        The verandah
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        The old mine
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