Country Comfort

Cnr Brilliant & Stewart Streets, Bathurst, New South Wales, 2795, Australia | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Cnr Brilliant & Stewart Streets, Bathurst.
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Travel Blogs from Bathurst

Bathurst, Manly, Dubbo, Orange and more

A travel blog entry by jo.carroll.2703 on May 01, 2014

29 photos

... apple festival and there is a 5km event, I am booked in (the price is right, its free) get to the track and I did something so liberating that I can’t mention it even on this blog, it’s a bit gross but I felt amazing afterwards. So I start my run, the whole bloody thing is uphill!!! I hate hills, hate, hate, hate hills. Anyway since I haven’t run for about a month my time is just over ...

Day 16 - Katoomba, Jenolan Caves and Oberon

A travel blog entry by wriggley on Apr 13, 2014

1 comment, 17 photos

Setting off from our base in Oberon we head off after a leisurely breakfast, to explore the World Heritage listed Blue Mountains. Not before quick scoot around the park with John. John, the caravan park 4 year old from Canberra has a crush on Amy! The drive towards Katoomba is green and splendid with rolling hills and sunny outlooks. You wouldn't recognise Katoomba and what is now called "scenic world". A total tourist trap, but we are lucky to arrive ...

And the Winner is...!

A travel blog entry by jennynbob on Apr 11, 2014

3 comments, 5 photos

... aren't at the same spot otherwise this would make the track 1000.293klm. Well we were dummies and didn't know which way we should be going but it didn't seem to matter, others were going both ways as well. The speed limit is 60klm per hour, plenty fast enough, thank you very much, although the racing drivers reach speeds of 250 klm per hour!!! The view from the top was beautiful looking out over the town and the blue mountains. There was a motor museum, so we ...

Bathurst to Sydney

A travel blog entry by alyz on Nov 23, 2013

9 photos

... is now highly collectable and worth thousands, the property has lots of his sculptures in the grounds and the house he lives in is now an art gallery with lots of his work on display. I had a wander through the grounds and into the bush, the recent bush fires had sweep through the bush and you could still smell the burnt bush. It was interesting to see what happens in a bush fire and how it sweeps through the bush, only scorching some trees and wiping ...

Windy camp

A travel blog entry by keevo52 on Sep 28, 2013

1 photo

... soon under way, we were huddled in between the motorhomes as the breeze was very cold, it felt like it was coming off snow, the camp area is in a park overlooking the dammed water supply for Carcoar and overlooking the dam is a wind farm which was going full tilt in the stiff breeze, the camp came complete with a local dog making himself at home around the motorhomes and other campers, he usually got a feed after hanging around our happy hour group, I had ...