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

"Which way? Lets just wing it!"

A travel blog entry by thailandtrip01 on Feb 17, 2015

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So for the first time on the road trip, we set off in the general direction of south with no destination in mind. Leaving the Adelaide hills behind, we picked up the coast road and began driving. After a while we learnt that this type of audacious road tripping may not prevail in the best possible way… we had no idea where we were going! So with a quick pit stop, we set about a route to Goolwa, ...

Really lazy day

A travel blog entry by ruthbeattie on Jan 28, 2015

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... to Kangaroo Island, across the Backstairs Passage. (Who names these?!) Although we are so close, and this was on our list of maybes, we had already reconsidered. Talking to people staying at the Beach Huts, who have been over there, we were persuaded that is a place where staying a night or two may be a good idea, so maybe on a future visit? However while at Cape Jervis we spent a little while watching a ferry coming in and performing a ...

Day 46 - Port Augusta to Goolwa (400km)

A travel blog entry by fourdaws on Jan 23, 2015

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... It had a nasty smell).

The scenery consisted of the Spencer Gulf of water on the right with flood plains (the tide was high), rolling fields of wheat in the centre, and the never-ending Flinders Ranges on our left. It was a beautiful panorama, and made us want to return to the Flinders Ranges instead of going home to Melbourne!

After 203kms we arrived at Iain, Sandra, Megan and Molly's house in Port Wakefield at about midday as promised, but ...

Day 153. Victor Harbour

A travel blog entry by kiwik on Oct 12, 2014

An easy day spent wandering around the town ,the old horse drawn tramway out to the Granite Island and as it was Sunday they had their markets on the waterfront and then over to the whale museum .Got back to camp early as it started to rain with a very cold wind looks like I will have my heater going again ...

Winter is coming

A travel blog entry by piholland on Jul 04, 2014

... a lovely drive through Clair and the Barossa, we went some areas we had never been before and the crisp blue skies and autumn colours of the trees made the drive very idillic.

We were due back in Crafers to start our house sit and for one or two nights just camped cheekly in the hills in spots we really weren't suppose to but it was so quite I doubt anyone even noticed. The weather on our return was windy wet and cold a bit depressing but we knew we had ...