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

Goodbye friends

A travel blog entry by vickiandpaul on Jun 17, 2015

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... clouds, sun, pouring rain, etc etc! Looks like God couldn't make up his mind what to throw at us today, so we got the lot! We now travelled down to Middleton where my cousin Robert Willson and his wife Robyn live. We haven't seen them for many, many years - in fact I was a bit worried that I mightn't recognise them! We arrived around 2pm to a full scale construction site! They have completely gutted their beautiful ...

St Brigid's Retreat

A travel blog entry by tamm0007 on Jun 08, 2015

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We had a wonderful lunch today with Irene and Robert, they were good company, even if Robert is getting worse the older he gets but at least he was not obnoxious as he can be. I hope his cancer doesn't come back and I hope they have caught it all. We left their place around 2pm and headed to Goolwa where we had booked a Bed and Breakfast ...

Narrung Jetty Reserve

A travel blog entry by c-in-oz on Mar 11, 2015

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We casually travelled east through the populated lower part of Fleurieu Peninsula but we didn't seem to be inspired to stop anywhere, possibly due to having spent time in this area previously. We almost stopped at Frank Potts Reserve near Langhorne Creek which was a nicely grassed area in a beautiful setting amongst large gum trees. But it was reasonably crowded with other campers with noise from a reasonable volume of traffic passing by on the main road.

We travelled across ...

"Which way? Lets just wing it!"

A travel blog entry by thailandtrip01 on Feb 17, 2015

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... did we learn that this was a naturist campsite. Maybe this place wasn’t our scene! Heading back into town, feeling we had struck lucky that we weren’t being forced to sit starkers we arrived at the park set up and headed to the beach, not before the joyous task of using the camps chemical toilet dump point where Dan decided a thorough clean was due after chilli night went wrong a few days ago, ...

Lazy day

A travel blog entry by ruthbeattie on Jan 27, 2015

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... is called umbrella rock, which when you saw it you understood. A few pelicans and cormorants were sunning themselves on the rocks in the bay, and all the time we were looking out for dolphins, seals and seal ions. There are a few viewpoints, but no luck on the latter as we went round. Then we got to the penguin place and it was just in time for the feeding. The place is run by volunteers, and receive no financial assistance, yet help on average ...