Jacksons Motor Inn

373 Glen Osmond Road, Adelaide, South Australia, 5064, Australia | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located on 373 Glen Osmond Road, Adelaide, is near Cleland Conservation Park, Adelaide Oval, Carrick Hill, and Great Southern Rail.
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    Adelaide to Melbourne...

    A travel blog entry by dinanna on Aug 28, 2014

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    ... latest. Sunday August 31st Bit of a cloudy cool day and perfect to keep toasty and warm inside Craig's cottage with the warmth of the wood fire. Monday September 1st We farewelled Craig on this chilly morning and drove east from Clayton Bay, 60km to Wellington and caught the free vehicular ferry over the mighty Murray River, before turning south to Meningie, then east 50km to Coonalpyn. From here we headed south on the Dukes Hwy about 150km ...

    Home again

    A travel blog entry by mrsmac on Aug 20, 2014

    ... timed it better if we tried. Sat and had coffee and a chat with them and once they headed off to board we went to the Qantas Club for thirty minutes.

    Then it was onto the plane for Adelaide and the hour flight home. We touched down to sunny skies but cool weather and were soon zooming along Kensington Road to home.

    Always good to be back in our own place. It had been a pleasant trip, especially renewing our friendship with Peter.
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    Second day social program

    A travel blog entry by victorianatalie on Jul 20, 2014

    11 photos

    ... amazing and we arrived at our spot to plant a gum tree. The red ones were slightly less durable than the blue ones (I think). So I planted my first tree! Another girl, Zoe, decapitated her tree on accident, so we shared one. Then we got back with the truck and Mark showed us more of the property and the place where the sheering of sheep is done. Farmers would compare their amount of sheerers to boast. Then we ...

    Another climb thwarted by weather

    A travel blog entry by ddkingston on Jun 30, 2014

    1 comment, 10 photos

    ... and ready for getting in the car and driving south.

    Which is what we did. We had a target time of getting to Adelaide by 6pm. We passed through Hawker and Carrieton, both marginal rural towns and then fueled up at Orrorroo - yes that's a great south aussie name. A stop at the Jamestown Bakery to keep us going and then we headed on to Adelaide through farmland that got greener and greener. Crops are looking good for ...

    Oops, it's been a while

    A travel blog entry by richyb on Jun 11, 2014

    ... the stubble from harvest so we could burn that, then I was discing all the tracks made last year while sowing. After that we were trying to level off a paddock which was enormous that took some doing, unfortunately we had a few breakdowns during these jobs, I hope they weren't my fault. I think things just seem to break if you use them though. When it rained the mud just turned to glue, even just a millimetre could put us out of action for a day. I spent a weekend down ...