Travel Blogs from Carnarvon
Overnight stop at Carnarvon.
Have I mentioned that it's hot? Not today. Or at least at the beginning. We were told that breakfast started at 0400, so when we rose at 0345 we figured we might be early. No. There were people there before us. However, breakfast was excellent, just as dinner had been the night before. Better than any mess hall I had ever been to.
We were …
... to Carnarvon. Our first stop of the day was at the Tropic of Capricorn marker. Chloe and Em did a Homer Simpson - now I am in the Tropic of Capricorn and now I am in the Antarctic Circle. We did some photos and kept driving. At the next stop we had a coffee and caught up with our German 'friends'. Ever since Kakadu we have been bumping into them at various spots along the way. They have a little ...
... we stopped at, we thought it might be a good idea to get some more water just incase we decided to free camp at the last minute, so I went inside and got 2 x 1.5l bottles of water and because the EFTPOS limit was $10, I thought that I had better buy something else so I got the boys a Dixie Cup each. You can imagine my dismay when the total for the sale came to $19!!!! Didn’t need to make up the EFTPOS amount, as the bottles of ...
... are quite extensive but have to be watered every day to maintain them. The grass can tolerate the bore water with sprinklers but the plants need rainwater and this is done with hoses and watering cans. Emily, who is 4, is educated at home through the ‘School of the Air’. She will be 5 next April, so she would have just started school in the UK in September. Although not compulsory this year, Susie has been ...
How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking