Goolwa Central Motel

Address: 30 Cadell Street, Goolwa, South Australia, 5214, Australia | Hotel
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This hotel, located on 30 Cadell Street, Goolwa, is near Spirit of the Coorong Cruises and Currency Creek Winery.
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Travel Blogs from Goolwa

Day 46 - Port Augusta to Goolwa (400km)

A travel blog entry by fourdaws on Jan 23, 2015

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Being our second last day, and a "shorter" distance to go today, it wasn't in us to rush this morning - We were up around 8.30am, Chris got another gas bottle for the van, and we were on the road about 10.30am, after making phone contact with Iain at Port Wakefield and organising a visit to his home at Port Wakefield on our way through at about midday. Our aim today was to visit Iain on the way through, then stop the night at a town on the other side of Adelaide, ...

Beach hut stay

A travel blog entry by langardi on Dec 23, 2014

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Stayed in some great accommodation, a quirky beach hut, shame the weather was quirky as well, in fact it was rubbish, like a British summer!! Walked down by the beach and had a free exfoliation of the face from the blown sand!! Lovely little place though. We ventured to the local for dinner and opted for the fish and chip special, lovely. The fish was a Butterfish, really nice. Each pub here has what they call a Pokie room (it is actually ...

Goowla

A travel blog entry by cathy.rob.hyde on Oct 05, 2014

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The mouth of the Murray is not far from this town so we thought it was worth a look. A lovely place centred around the river and its history. Back in the 1940-50's four barrages were built to help regulate the water flow of the river so this is interesting. Steam was the main energy source back then so there are a couple trains & paddle steamers to have a look at. We took a cruise on a paddle steamer (Oscar W) and wandered through the ...

Cotswolds in the middle of Australia

A travel blog entry by mattandliz on Jul 11, 2014

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... park in the middle of the town which we strolled through as well as visiting some craft shops and the state of the art library. Who knew that a small town would have a state of the art library? We decided to have lunch before we left so we picked up the BEST beef pie we've ever had and munched on that it in the car. Then we programmed sat nav......and off we went for another 3 hour drive. Destination Robe. Kangaroo sighting still non ...

Winter is coming

A travel blog entry by piholland on Jul 04, 2014

... had offered us some alternatives in Port Lincoln but it felt a bit to far, other friends with land may or may not move while we are away so you cant just park it in someones field and hope for the best. It was certainly turning into a case of your things owning you rather than the other way round, after spending the last eight or nine years down sizing worrying about stuff was a old felling we didn't like.

We had come back with plenty of time to sort out ...