Morwell Motel

259 Princes Drive, Morwell, Victoria, 3840, Australia | Hotel
Prices starting from $112.00

Travel Blogs from Morwell

GOR day 2 to Morwell

A travel blog entry by alrudderham


... br> When we arrived at the motel we could see smoke billowing just to the south of town, and the newspaper we saw at the pub during supper had an article and photos of the fires. These are a regular occurrence here. On our wine tour a few days ago we saw where one winery had lost many trees and one vineyard in the fires there 5 years ago,

Here are some photos from today.

Wilting by the Weir...

A travel blog entry by dinanna


... and on the banks of the lovely Tarra River. As it was a hot day we saw a peculiar sight...a man sitting in his deck chair, midstream of this bubbling brook, with his feet cooling off in the water and a stubby in hand! It was $35 for a powered site and I made good use of the free book exchange. No TV reception but Rod was content to listen to the one day cricket between Australia and the Poms on the radio. Monday January 13th As Rod had taken ...

Movies at Morewell...

A travel blog entry by dinanna


... conditions. We were extremely lucky to get our VW, Sherman, in for its 60,000 km service today at Morwell, as well as a doctor's appointment for Rod to get his anti-inflammatory drugs, and a hair appointment for me! The VW dealership where we serviced Sherman (sounds a bit dodgy ;-)), even loaned us a nifty little Suzuki to get to our appointments:-). I am happy that Leah now has an Aussie phone and I called her to organise to catch up on her 30th birthday later ...

Another wet one.

A travel blog entry by garrykctravels

... there was a free camp site off the highway which we would call home for tonight. The rain had now turned in to sunshine and showers which was nicer and left beautiful bright rainbows in its path. We also managed to cook a hot meal tonight and we enjoyed that before retreating to the tent. That was probably the shortest of our blogs but it got us into the south of Australia and the east coast was now behind us. K x x ...

Noojee pub lunch

A travel blog entry by joandtim2013


... rolling green hills. Originally settled by gold prospectors during the 1860s, it was timber industry which sustained the town through much of the following century. Just west of Noojee is am historic trestle bridge which was originally built in 1919 as part of a railway used to freight timber out of the district. This huge bridge has been restored and is the highest example of its type in Victoria.


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