Gibraltar Hotel Bowral

Centennial Rd & Boronia St, Bowral, New South Wales, 2576, Australia | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Centennial Rd & Boronia St, Bowral, is near Southern Highlands Visitors Centre, Berrima Courthouse, Bou-saada Vineyard and Wines, and Joadja Vineyard.
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    Travel Blogs from Bowral

    Two nights at the ghost town of Yerranderie

    A travel blog entry by postcards_from on Apr 24, 2014

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    ... real camping experience and were actually begging us to stay a little longer. But we only had supplies for two nights and the lovely weather was starting to turn. On a drizzly third morning we returned to Sydney via Wombeyan Caves and Mittagong. The trip via this route takes around 5 hours as it is dirt all the way to Mittagong. We stopped for lunch at Wombeyan Caves and did a self-guided tour which was great. The trip was such a success that we will definitely be planning another one ...

    It's like riding a bike

    A travel blog entry by richyb on Jan 28, 2014

    ... was absolutely beautiful, as you got to the top of the never ending hills you could see all the way back to the skyline of Sydney. The more I went through the park I started to dread any kind of downhill as it meant I'd probably have to go back up it later. And any sort of steep decent had its own elements of danger, as mentioned before, the bike isn't exactly light anymore, all told there's probably 100kg flying down the hill with nothing but wearing break pads ...


    A travel blog entry by hazel.leslie on Nov 17, 2013

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    Bowral in the Southern Highlands was our next stop for two nights. This is another lovely part of the country and we got off the Hume Highway as soon as we found a turnoff on to the country roads. The weather was damp/wet so we enjoyed misty valleys, umbrellas and raincoats. We found a lovely little old cafe in Penrose which had good coffee and freshly baked muffins (amongst lots of other good looking stuff), as if we needed more food!! Our Studio apartment in Bowral ...

    Day 67 - Bangkok - Home

    A travel blog entry by kayleigh.hallas on Mar 22, 2013

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    ... so I said goodbye to that crank too, he was a too lad also mainly cos he could handle my abuse. Bag packed, document wallet in order, hand luggage prepared, minging clothes thrown away...I was pretty much good to go. Ive not mentioned our other room mate too, some french 40 year old look hippie guy who was always listening to cranky weird european music! we listened to his latest playlist whilst sorting the final bit of my life out! And as it got closer and closer to 5pm ...

    From Melb to Sydney.

    A travel blog entry by haveago on Nov 21, 2012

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    ... engaging person. He himself has lived in children's homes, institutions and foster care most of his life. He was separated from his two sisters for the majority of this time. Through his own experiences, Bill has financed a school and also farm accomodations for foster carers and kids as well as running OOHC. We visited the farm, Gors and I were both very moved by Bill's stories, his ambition and vision of making the world a better place for ...