Mount Beauty Motor Inn

Address: Lot 1 Tawonga Crescent, Mount Beauty, Victoria, 3699, Australia | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Lot 1 Tawonga Crescent, Mount Beauty.
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A travel blog entry by hwodvb on Nov 11, 2014

1 comment, 44 photos

Sunday 2nd November. Another lazy start of another lazy day. Although, this turns out to become a day we visit three states in a single day.

We start the day in Renmark, SA. From there on the road pointing east, we soon cross the border into Victoria. It is a long almost straight drive east until we reach the town of Mildura. This is quite a big town and as it is our first day in Victoria we go visit the tourist info to see if there is anything ...

Farewell Harrietville

A travel blog entry by barbrob on Nov 08, 2014

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... It was deepened and lengthened over the years. Panning for gold in this area is still allowed but not without a licence. Still waiting to have a gold nugget to fall into my shoe or to trip over one at least! Visited the old stone bridge which was built over Commissioners Creek in 1860. This was built so stagecoaches and travellers could access the town. Retired back to camp very hot and looked forward to resting in the ...

Alpine Way

A travel blog entry by barbrob on Nov 07, 2014

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... hikers. The hut survived bush fires and the extreme weather. Next stop was Omeo which is a historic gold rush town. Some of the buildings are over 150 years old. Omeo is an aboriginal word for 'mountains'. After leaving Omeo we passed through Dinner Plain which is 10 minutes away from Mt Hotham and is great for a family snow holiday. The view from Mt Hotham were the best. Wound our way back to Harrietville. Great and tiring day. Had dinner at the pub as we were too tired to do much ...

An Island in the Sky

A travel blog entry by pete-anne on Jun 13, 2014

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... glacier that you could almost get out and walk upon. Mount Buffalo’s alternate name, "The Island in the Sky" was most demonstrably apt on the day of our visit. There was no snow on the ground (it didn’t start for a few more days) but we were there to sight-see only, not to risk life or limb. There were very few visitors on the mountain, so we had the place to ourselves. We decided to stop at the Cresta Run Lodge for coffee and cake. The operator ...

We've found work!!!!

A travel blog entry by timwhitcher on Feb 21, 2012

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Hi everyone! How's it going?

We are just going to update you briefly on whats happened since the last entry...

We made it to our next stop (Towonga, Mount Beauty) where we were invited to Stay with Tim's old school friend and his wife and little Parker, their son. We were met at the "Old Towonga Store" and then followed Martin back to our next "home" for a bit. The scenery is so beautiful here, as it's in the Alpine region so obviously loads of amazing mounain ranges ...