Flag Inn Keith
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TravelPod Member ReviewsFlag Inn Keith
A very nice affordable Motel just off the Dukes Hwy. owner was very nice and the breakfast was Excellent. I would defiantly go back.
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Thursday 2nd April.
We left Naracoorte today saying farewell to Helen & Kingsley the caretakers of the Showgrounds & a lovely couple. Weather sunny but very cold not much traffic on road as we headed for Rest Spot 84 at Padthaway getting there approx 10.45am.The night is freezing but during the day is warm & sunny stayed only the one night.
Friday April 3rd. " Good Friday"
... get a move on. We headed out on the highway towards Melbourne, deciding to drive to somewhere around the border and stay a night there. We found the place in Bordertown (quite an original name), which has 3 hotels, 3 bakeries and a Wendy's. If SA has shown us anything - it's that it holds great importance in bakeries. They are everywhere - and there is usually more than just the one to choose from. We have sampled the bakeries ...
Second last pack up – nearly there!
To break up the drive today we planned to stop for lunch in the town of Hahndorf. The last time I visited this town was during a year nine camp, and I was keen to go back and show my boys the quaint German town in the middle of the Adelaide Hills. This time around I was a little more interested in the history of the place – apparently it was settled by Lutheran folk from Prussia (not sure if I got that bit ...
Well. Here we are. On the road again! Going overseas was so last year, so we've decided to see some more of our own beautiful country. Heading West this time, across the Nullabor.
We finally got on the road at about 10.30 this morning. The past week has been pretty hectic with Mal and I both working right up until the bitter end, the boys finishing school, trying to remember what we need to take, last minute Christmas shopping and Christmas break-ups etc etc. ...
Moving west was always going to be a challenge for Mrs B, involving as it did, a separation from her beloved Aldi, and so before we entered the barbarous regions of Australia (S.A. onwards) where there is no Aldi, Mrs B made sure to stock up at the Aldi furthest west in this great country of ours, namely, Warrnambool. After checking with Dr B's mother that there was no ...