Hotel Warrnambool

Address: Cnr Koroit & Kepler Streets , Warrnambool, Victoria, 3280 , Australia | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Cnr Koroit & Kepler Streets , Warrnambool, is near Flagstaff Hill Maritime Museum and Logan's Beach.
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    Travel Blogs from Warrnambool


    A travel blog entry by dholmes on Mar 16, 2015

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    ... 1878. The day before we were set to land, we came out of fog and crashed into the giant rocks on the coastline. (Today, that spot is known as Loch Ard Gorge on the Great Ocean Road). The show was impressive. Done in 4D with laser lights projected onto mist and rain, it was like we really were on the sinking ship. At must do for anyone visiting Warrnambool. We enjoyed our last day in Victoria playing ping pong (Dean always wins) and relaxing in the hot spa.


    The Great Ocean Road

    A travel blog entry by meganfisher on Nov 30, 2014

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    ... dinner. I had some local seafood, and people watched.

    The next morning we started the drive. Lachlan loves to drive, so I was the passenger all day. The roads were full of curves, so we stopped a lot to prevent any motion sickness, and to see everything. We left Torquay at about 8:30 am and reached our destination at 8:30 pm. It was great day.

    The road was built by WWI veterans after the war when the government was trying to ...

    Great Ocean Road

    A travel blog entry by herakleitos1 on Nov 16, 2014

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    ... park -- the only part of Torquay that looked the same. Pines still there and ground covered in pine needles. As kids we used to heap up the pine needles and run and jump into them. Great Ocean Road had:
    1. greatness
    2. ocean
    3. heaps of road
    At about 8pm, we pulled into a beach caravan rest area run by the council. The manager was a one-armed local called Jamie, who had trouble counting and needed a calculator for simple multiplication, and ...

    On wildlife watch...

    A travel blog entry by lilyloves on Apr 09, 2014

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    So today was the start of what I called 'wildlife watch' - a very exciting three days of hopefully seeing lots of lovely furry, friendly friends!

    We started out another early morning and boarded another bus, this one would take us to the animals via the Great Ocean Road - that's a very famous road in Australia. The grown-up and me and all of the other grown-ups had a little bit of drive before we got to a famous beach, not that it was ...

    A week in Melbourne

    A travel blog entry by richyb on Feb 24, 2014

    ... of you will know I get quite competitive and apparently that's true with yoga too! If that's not for you then there is always something else, free meditation classes, free tours... You may notice a theme, I was against spending money on anything but food and shelter. There were even free restaurants in some parts of the city, but I never found them. On Saturday night, there was a city wide event called "white ...