Comfort Inn Silver Birch
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Worst hotel room I have EVER been in...just keep driving past...trust me...
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... see some more at Middleton next week. We both really like Warrnambool and next time we should stay for a few nights here instead of driving through. We stopped for lunch at Port Fairy and also took a detour through Portland and took the scenic route via Nelson to Mount Gambier. We did a bit of a tour around Mount Gambier before settling in at our lodgings for the night, the Commodore Motel, which is quite nice. ...
... attachments do indulge at Jay Jays, Ed Harry for men, Strandbags, Supre, Just Jeans, Lorna Jane for women's sports attire and Noni B.
The latest in electronics is available at MM Electrical while an exquisite range of jewellery is on display at Zamels Jewellery. A Best and Less together with a K Mart completes your shopping experience. Best and Less promises an excellent range of goodies that are affordable; the ...
After settling into Port Wakefield Caravan Park, we headed for the local pub to settle the nerves after the long drive. Happy hour saw us getting a pint of beer for $6 and food starting from $10. Charl won on the Pokies machines so we celebrated with another pint. Next morning we went for our morning walk and due to the small town we had to do circuits of the Footy/cricket oval to make up the numbers. Headed home for a quick brekkie, packed the wheels and set sail for ...
... happening today as rain starting to fall keeping us van ridden for most of the day. Wendy insists that I show the photos of me getting tangled up with a tree at Sawpit.
Would be a good place to come back for a visit sometime.
... stone was laid here in 1900 to commemorate the 100 years since Mount Gambier was sighted and named by Lt. James Grant aboard The Lady Nelson. The tower can be seen from many points around the city and surrounding districts.
From The Tower we drove to the Umpherston Sinkhole to climb down into the sunken gardens. James Umpherston started the sunken gardens in a sinkhole around 1886. They were exceptionally impressive and so well maintained.