Comfort Inn William Macintosh

Adelaide Road, Naracoorte, South Australia, 5271, Australia | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located on Adelaide Road, Naracoorte, is near Naracoorte Caves National Park and Padthaway Estate Winery.
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Travel Blogs from Naracoorte

Turning back time

A travel blog entry by bushpigging on Sep 04, 2014

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... we arrive, l make the call to announce our arrival and Andrew AKA Wickey states he will be home soon, so meet me there.
He greets us with his great smile l always remembered and we immediately start chin wagging of what has happened in our lives over the past 35 years.
He insists in taking us out for lunch his shout, we tried to shout him but this man was never good at taking direction.
In fact l always have ...

A Little piece of Paradise

A travel blog entry by jennynbob on Mar 22, 2014

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... We did contemplate topping up with fuel at the service station in Kangarilla where Mr Best was just the best!!, but thought the van might be a tight squeeze to get in the driveway. I had one last look at the town as we drove through. I had a quick read of the book on the Kangarilla history last night and found more references to Adam Lymburner when he was a councillor from 1868-1870. This puts the family in the area a lot longer than I had realised. So where ...

Day 3 - Naracoorte to Robe S.A.

A travel blog entry by rkes on Jan 06, 2014

... when they fell down hole in the ground only to be entombed forever. The kids thought this was awesome seeing the fossils and everyone's imagination came alive wondering what life was like back then. After the tour we headed to the Ranger station again for some hot chips and coffee before hitting the road to Robe. There was no rush as we couldn't check until after 2 pm. The drive across was relaxed and easy with us arriving at 2 ...

Goodbye Horsham, on to Mount Gambier

A travel blog entry by johnnox5 on Dec 29, 2013

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... Caves is heritage listed and we were able to see why. The caves had some beautiful chambers with good examples of stalactites, stalagmites and shawls. In the middle of the caves the boys were able to see a former dig site and the fossils they'd found of ancient animals (up to 250 millions years old). There ...

Our Tour of the Coonawarra Wine Region

A travel blog entry by nc_do_oz_2013 on Nov 13, 2013

5 comments, 6 photos

... platform was topped by a tiny and dilapidated pair of tin and wood station "buildings" and weeds now grew over and around the single pair of rusting rails. A rather sad and poignant reminder of times and ways now gone. Lyndon spoke of his childhood memories of being able to travel to Adelaide by train and the adventures that entailed. Now, the only way to reach Adelaide is via a 400 km car journey.

Penley Wines was the next stop and Sam was to be our ...