Crowne Plaza Hotel Vanuatu Resort

Address: Erakor Lagoon, Port Pirie, South Australia, 5540, Australia | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Erakor Lagoon, Port Pirie.
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Travel Blogs from Port Pirie

Mondayitis for the Moffats in Port Agusta&Pirie.

A travel blog entry by moffatsoztrip on Dec 15, 2014

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... but still.... Has to be somewhere I suppose. It's a big city of 13,500 residents. Most work in the mine. Surrounded by farming of wheat and sheep.

At about 6:00 Jacob had a sudden realisation that all 3 of them had left their scooters back in Port Agusta!!, UGh! We rang the Police Station and the lovely Officer Tim drove down to where we had parked. Ten minutes later he found ...

Desert to the Sea

A travel blog entry by skye.roxby on Oct 30, 2014

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Another long day of traveling took us from Coober Pedy in the far north of South Australia to Port Germein, a small fishing town about 70km south of Port Augusta.

We drove about 600km south on the Stuart Highway through some of the most remote and arid landscape I have seen since our journey began. Nothing but desert and vast saltpan lakes that stretch out for kilometres. There were few towns to ...

Day 80

A travel blog entry by maurersroadtrip on Aug 18, 2014

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... had to redo the electric brakes so in the meantime I made sandwiches & a cup of tea. We set off again & decided to keep motoring for as long as possible today. We crossed over into SA and we ended our day at Port Pirie. We booked into the lovely James Pirie Motor Inn & had the most incredible shower! Cass thought it was Christmas as she has been begging us all holiday to stay in a cabin so this was even better. We even had ...

Day Two (Getting into the grove)

A travel blog entry by slog on Aug 13, 2014

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I gotta say I do enjoy being on the road. Although I have never travelled solo previously - and it has its many obvious drawbacks, its feeling ok. I love seeing places I have either seen infrequently or better still, seeing places for the very first time. The biggest problem is simply knowing where and when to stop. At the moment, I am stopping way too frequently. Although in contrast, I feel like i have but skimmed the top of the depth of stories that exist through the ...

Walk of the Jetty

A travel blog entry by thethirdcog on Aug 09, 2014

... shipping port in Australia. What is amusing is the old lighthouse that was previously located at the end of the jetty in 1894 being moved to near the start in 1975. Karen stopped about a 1/4 of the way along the jetty and I walked to the end whereby you can still see some of the old wooden pylons in the water - this view is beautiful to see as you are out so far into the sea which has a 3 metre tide. When first walking out there was sand at least 1/2 way out ...