Kickback Cottages Lakes Entrance

Address: 32 Roadknight Street, Lakes Entrance, Victoria, Australia | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel is located on 32 Roadknight Street, Lakes Entrance.
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    TravelPod Member ReviewsKickback Cottages Lakes Entrance

    Reviewed by teamdonaldson

    Clean and well equipped, but lacking service

    Reviewed Dec 22, 2012
    by (3 reviews) Aylesbury , United Kingdom Flag of United Kingdom

    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.

    Outside of our cottage
    Lakes Entrance, Australia
    Sea Safari was extremely informative
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    TripAdvisor Reviews Kickback Cottages Lakes Entrance

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    Travel Blogs from Lakes Entrance

    Snowy River - with the man!

    A travel blog entry by vickiandpaul on Aug 12, 2014

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    ... Paul even decided to have a shave outside once the sun broke through. We also woke to the sad news that Robin Williams had died, and our TV has been filled with coverage of this amazingly funny man. Makes you wonder how someone who brought so much joy to others, could be suffering from depression. I loved Mrs Doubtfire! As I said, very sad. During the night my feet were SO cold, and even though I willed my bed-socks to come out of ...

    Marlo - no I'd never heard of it either!

    A travel blog entry by carolynaubrey on May 27, 2014

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    ... the morning.
    When it started getting light I was up, went for a quick walk to the foreshore. Not really a beach, as it had an inlet running parallel to it which I couldn't seem to find a way to cross. I took a couple of photos. It was pretty enough at sunrise but certainly nothing special.
    I had a shower - hot for 5 minutes then suddenly cold. Nothing about that in the rules!
    Rocked up at the office at 8.30 on the dot when it opened, handed my swipe card back and was outta ...

    Where the Forest Meets the Sea

    A travel blog entry by 2cmenages on Dec 22, 2013

    43 photos

    ... elaborate sand castles that would be the envy of any engineer. The kids also made friends with a little boy and us with his parents which provided some welcome social relief. On one day we backtracked slightly up the coast to Jervis Bay where we were stupefied by the splendid white sands of Hyams Beach (reputedly boasting the world’s whitest sands). This was one of our favourite days so far, simply playing with the kids and walking up and down the beach.

    After ...

    The Man and Woman on Snowy River

    A travel blog entry by piholland on Aug 20, 2013

    21 photos

    ... the surrounding area from local logging. They lived up to there name and we had our first downpour for a few weeks, we then realised why the tracks are closed, even though we were driving on roads open in the park, we came across lots of fallen trees the next day as we tried to drive through the park, and with no rangers to clear them in the off season you could be waiting weeks for help. We were eventually beaten by a tree we couldn't pass, we tried to drag it off the ...

    Malacoota to Bruthen

    A travel blog entry by kennyandjoanna on Nov 15, 2012

    32 photos

    ... public embarrassment as the media began to document the isolation and control, decay and neglect. In 1970, Lake Tyers became the first land 'handover' under the Aboriginal lands act with 4,000 acres being formally handed back to the indigenous reserve residents. It functions to this day. We left, filled with strong emotions, questions and shock at the inhumane treatment of indigenous Australians. We reflected on how our actions of today may be viewed in a century. We left ...

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