How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Refrigerator in room
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Non-smoking hotel
TravelPod Member ReviewsGoodearth Hotel Perth
Considering accommodation prices in Perth this Hotel is well worth the money.
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TripAdvisor Reviews Goodearth Hotel Perth
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... took us for a glorious Sunday drive through Perth’s northern beaches, which were packed with surfers and young things enjoying the beautiful weather and weekend. We indulged in ice-creams at Hilary’s Boat Harbour and explored the area north to Burns Beach. We drove back to Cottesloe into a stunning sunset. This is the land of milk and honey and sun and waves. Karen’s magnificent lentil soup was followed by honey cake, Baileys and choc orange rind.
... still used as a prison until 1991 - it was left for 12 months to let the odours dissappate before it could be opened to the public.
The single convict cells are tiny - and the area that housed the condemned prisoners is a haunting sight.
Down the hill on the waterfront is the "Round House" - the oldest structure in West Australia. Again, it is a convict built prison (their 1st task was to build their own housing!), below it is the tunnel ...
Jaffa – Old Town
Well, after a big day yesterday it was time for some R & R. We thought that we would wander down to Jaffa which lies on a rocky 40M high outcrop overlooking a small natural harbour and was only about 3 kms south of our flat. We took a taxi, (and got ripped off).
Jaffa is at least 4,000 years old. Due to its geographic position it has been the focus of many empires. You name them, they've been there – Ancient ...
15 - 20 March: We travelled 90km from Margaret River to Bunbury and spent six nights here before heading to Perth. We spent time checking out the city of Bunbury, the beaches and the Lighthouse. One of the tourist attractions in town is the Dolphin Research Centre, well worth the visit. We missed the Dolphin feeding but enjoyed the octopus and shark feeding.
A stay in Bunbury is not complete without a trip out ...
... museum for that matter, just close your eyes and picture that - but a lot smaller.
It's sad I can easily go into detailed explanations of french fries, but when it comes to a museum I can't come up with a thing. I think I need to get my priorities straight (although french fries are in fact delicious).
After the museum, we aimlessly wandered around the city a bit more and then decided to stop into a bar, that was on a pier in ...