Lavender Hue

Great Alpine Road, Harrietville, Victoria, 3741, Australia | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Great Alpine Road, Harrietville.
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    It Snowed!!!

    A travel blog entry by aylmore on Sep 04, 2014

    3 comments, 3 photos

    ... or not the snow on our car would make it the whole way back down the mountain. Jenna was excited to see that yes it did make it and now is keeping it in our freezer to show everyone when we get home!

    The drive up and down the Alpine Road was amazingly beautiful. The countryside here is so undulating and very scenic. A very pretty part of Australia. The road up to the resort was like a highway compared to the Omeo Road!!!

    Hairy Drive

    A travel blog entry by aylmore on Aug 30, 2014

    1 comment, 2 photos

    ... words "I will never drive that road again" quickly followed by a nice cold beer.

    Another beautiful clear day today - we have had awesome days so far, cold nights but I guess as long as the heater works or the beanie is close by :) Spent today organising ourselves to go up to Mt Hotham tomorrow. The snow chains are in just need to take it easy they are expecting some more snow tomorrow. Im sure the Discovery will make light work as Bren said the people in front ...

    Time in the Baltic

    A travel blog entry by barry_lywood on Jul 24, 2014

    4 comments, 4 photos

    ... includes some 800 Islands and twice as many lakes of varying sizes. Tallin was first mentioned on the world map back in 1154 and therefore is one of the oldest towns in the Baltic area. It has changed hands numerous times between, Denmark, Poland, Sweden and it was occupied by the German troops during the First World War. Estonia was finally granted independence as recently as 1993. Tallin exudes a Gothic charm in its narrow cobbled streets. The upper town is set on ...

    Canberra to the Snowy Mountains

    A travel blog entry by eliznabertus on Jun 29, 2014

    2 photos

    Last night when everyone was going on about the miserable weather and record amounts of snowfall, we decided to take advantage of the situation and re-route via The Snowy mountains en-route to Melbourne. Neither Bertus nor the girls have had any snow-experience and by miracle we find some accommodation @ the foot of Mount Hotham (Australia's powder snow they claim) in the cutest ...

    Bays, Rivers and Babbling Brooks

    A travel blog entry by brownsltd on Oct 29, 2012

    1 comment, 19 photos

    ... departure we awoke to a glorious day, too late… Rod's parents had spent the last couple of nights on the Ghan as it traveled down from Darwin and we were looking forward to meeting them in Adelaide. Setting up at West Beach was ideal, not only for its coastal location but also for its proximity to the city and Glenelg.

    Cleve and Eileen were spending a night in the CBD before joining us and so we joined them for a couple of drinks in ...