Econo Lodge Kingston

3 Princes Highway, Kingston Se, South Australia, 5275, Australia | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel is located on 3 Princes Highway, Kingston Se.
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    Travel Blogs from Kingston Se

    No Lobsters in Lobster town

    A travel blog entry by bushpigging on Sep 01, 2014

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    ... scenery is not as picturesque as it turns from coastal views with rolling hills to salty lakes,s tea tree and native shrubs!!!!
    We wind our way through to Wellington where we crossed the Mighty Murray by ferry to Meningie on our route to Kingston SE for the night .....the home of the big Lobster......I thought YES Lobster for dinner and became very excited. I sent David on a mission to the local fish shop to enquire as to how I could get me a lobster. Don't ...

    NEARLY HOME (Kingston SA)

    A travel blog entry by hilders-on-tour on Jul 03, 2014

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    After leaving Ballarat we drove towards the coast via lots of open and flat farming land that was water logged after some serious rain events to finally arrive at Warnambool. Warnambool is a reasonably substantial town with a rugged cost line, we got out and had a walk at the breakwater/harbour area and the boys watched a concrete pour with interest. From here, we made our way up the coast and through Port Fairy, wind farms in the distance, and after a sprint into the dark, we arrived at ...

    Kingston SE

    A travel blog entry by raw_prawn on Apr 28, 2014

    Left Beachport around 10am, and moved on to Kingston SE, where we free camped near the jetty. Kingston SE has a few shops and strong winds! After doing a brief bit of shopping, we visited Larry the Lobster. Pepper and I walked along the creek to look at the "Sundial of Human Involvement", which was a bit of an anti climax. We ...

    Many firsts at this camp site

    A travel blog entry by kbjackson7154 on Apr 26, 2014

    21 photos

    On our way out from Mt Gambier we stopped at Tantanoola Caves where got our own personal tour as no one else showed up for only $12 each, The cave was on the side of the main highway and after our 20 minute tour we could stay in the cave as long as we wanted ( didn't stay too long as we had Harv's in the car).

    The cave is a highly decorated cavern found at the southern base of the remarkable 'Up and ...

    Donks, Queenie and the Robe

    A travel blog entry by julesyscott on Jan 30, 2014

    9 photos

    ... today brought us to Robe, where we are staying at the airy, spacious and clean Harbour View Motel. We have our own rooms so Donks can snore her head off and I'll not hear a thing! We strolled down to the harbour and through the town, which had lots of heritage buildings, which have info plaques on them. There is a really nice feel to this place. We enjoyed an evening meal in the Cally or Caledonian Inn. Very UK but with a big Aussie welcome. A good end to another fab road trip ...