Kickback Cottages Lakes Entrance
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- Refrigerator in room
- Microwave in room
- Laundry facilities (self serve)
- Kids activities or Babysitting
- Free parking
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TravelPod Member ReviewsKickback Cottages Lakes Entrance
The 'cottage' is more like a caravan without wheels. For one night this is totally adequate with all the kitchen amenities you need. We were greeted on arrival, that's the service.
WIFI is only available in the games area. This area is entertaining with 2 football tables, air hockey, large screen TV and a BBQ grill. There is a book and DVD library that is a good idea.
The shower was wonderful and the bed was comfortable, more than adequate for one night.
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Travel Blogs from Lakes Entrance
... European evening in the hostel ^^ And I learned a lot from their experiences since some of them have been travelling in all-over Australia for almost half a year now.
In the morning I joined the others for a walk to the beach, with better weather this time!
After that they left Lakes Entrance, so I was alone again. I walked all the way to the look out point in the south of Lakes ...
I'm up early, things need to be done, so are the kids and so are Stan and Bev from next door. This has the opposite effect to the one I want. Instead of getting things done I'm wasting time on small talk with the irrepressible Stan. I'm changing filters in the veggie oil system and its a messy awkward job at the best of times. Beth and Stan are peering in, I don't mind Beth but Stan is forgetting the necessary personal space requirements to engage in normal social behaviour. ...
... been feverishly perusing on the way down. The best one is $49 but they only have 1 site large enough and that is for 1 night only. We check out 2 other sites but they want $55 a night and they are not great. They also won't budge on price. All the campsites are small and packed with elderly caravan owners or grey nomads as they are known. This is the story of most Australian campsites, it's like being in Noosa every day of the year. Wherever we go we are in a tiny minority of under ...
... drugs problem and a lot of house burglaries and armed robberies.
At at the end of our walk we sat on the side of the lake to eat our sandwich. A young girl ran past us to go to the toilets and as she walked back she had a purse in her hand. She asked me if I'd lost a purse as she had found it sitting on top of the hand drier. She looked inside and found the ladies address and there was a photo on her ID card. I said I think I saw her with about ...
... soon as I was out of the car I was besieged by mosquitoes, very large mosquitoes. No wonder they were selling repellent in the office. I found my Rid and liberally applied it to every exposed area of my body. And put the swag up as quickly as possible, shoving the bedding in while batting away the pests.
By now I really didn't feel like thinking about food so sat in the car for a bit drinking a couple of piccolos and eating dark chocolate with almonds. Well rounded meal all ...