Gateway Motel

379 Robinson Street, Carnarvon, Western Australia, Australia | Hotel
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This hotel is located on 379 Robinson Street, Carnarvon.
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    Travel Blogs from Carnarvon

    From calm turquoise bays to killer waves.

    A travel blog entry by m-n-kr1ch on Oct 08, 2014

    40 photos

    ... and back (rip off) but sorta glad we did it. The waterfront area of Carnarvon was beautifully maintained, but we are starting to think that this is a dying town, with shops closed down and even Target has moved away. It's sad, but when local shops are not supported this is what happens. Sounds like the locals shop online.

    We left Quobba yesterday, and drove approximately 360 km, before stopping overnight at a beautiful free ...

    Gelena Bridge to Geraldton

    A travel blog entry by suzntez on Sep 26, 2014

    ... s only 3.30 that will drive for another hour. The hour turns into 1 and a half hours by the time we find a suitable stop at Arrowsmith rest area. Because we pushed on past Geraldton, we we're on the road for longer & subsequently didn't pull off the road for the night until about 5pm. Once stopped our first task was to locate wood for a fire; second task, go and talk to the other campers; and third task have a ...

    Quobba Station

    A travel blog entry by pmehan on Sep 15, 2014

    13 photos

    ... is also known as the location nearest to the Australian coastline where the HMAS Sydney confronted the German battle ship Kormoran on 19 November 1941. All of the 645 Australian sailors perished at sea with 80 of the 230 German sailors surviving and landing at Red Bluff.

    Like a lot of remote places in Australia the only thing you are allowed to leave behind is your ...

    Day 79. Point Quobba to Carnarvon. 70 kms

    A travel blog entry by geomaz on Sep 15, 2014

    ... went up to the office and paid for water to wash the car and van, $2 car, $4 van, so the rest of the day was spent washing red dust off the car and van, car looks like ours again now. Happy Hour, (cup of tea for me) dinner, pleasant evening for outside dining tonight, no strong wind cooling our food, coffee and clinkers, yum. No photos today, didn't even get a shot of the clean ...

    Day 77 Lake MacLeod RA to Point Quobba 118 kms

    A travel blog entry by geoffh on Sep 13, 2014

    1 comment, 15 photos

    ... great location. Most of them look like 3rd World refugee huts. Decided to have 2 nights here as it is the Carnarvon Cup this weekend and will probably be easier to get into a Caravan Park on Monday. Happy Hour and dinner of Lamb Curry then fruit and yoghurt under our Awning watching the waves crashing on the rocks. Some people would pay a lot of money to have this ...