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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        Travel Blogs from Mount Beauty

        Mount Beauty

        A travel blog entry by lynnstephenbell on Sep 22, 2015

        9 photos

        ... into both Mount Beauty and Tawonga, enjoy a walk around both towns and also several views of the snow on the mountains. At Mount Beauty we turn and head up the Falls Creek mountain road and stop just 11k away from the Alpine Village at a place called Bogong, where we enjoy a coffee sat in a lovely park area which is situated by a small lake and dam used by the nearby Hydro Power Station. A very lovely spot. On our return ...

        Green Lake, Corop - Mount Beauty 259k

        A travel blog entry by lynnstephenbell on Sep 21, 2015

        7 photos

        Time to move on and leave this very picturesque spot, but definitely one to remember for future reference. A nice drive today, stopping at Benalla for a stretch of legs, before we joined the Hume Highway, M31, for a short ride, turning off 39k later at Wangaratta onto the Great Alpine Road B500. As we travel along this road, we start to climb towards the mountains of the Alpine National Park, passing the very pretty town of Bright and start to see a little snow on ...

        High And Mighty

        A travel blog entry by mactracks on Apr 26, 2015

        20 photos

        ... main produce from the area are chestnuts, apples hazelnputs, walnuts, and honey. Everywhere you went there were signs for nuts for sale. The roasted chestnuts were beautiful, I hadn't tasted them before and I love them.
        On the way back we visited an open garden which was cose by to the place we are staying at. The couple who owned it were gorgeous, and it turned out that he was the author of a book about famous stockmen. He read us some of the ...

        Terrified Strawberry Shortbread eater

        A travel blog entry by clementinelarue on Mar 15, 2015

        5 photos

        Aaaaaaaaaaaaaaahhhh!!!! Cannot steer or avoid obstacles or keep my balance!

        Pause for jam fancies...phew, that's better.

        It's exhilarating you know, all this carpe diem. I nearly started crying on the way up...twice. Just some moisture in my eyes, no actual tears rolled down my face but it was a close call. Matt's very encouraging though and we've hit the summit an hour and a half from the first bum-to-saddle touch. It took a while because I had ...


        A travel blog entry by hwodvb on Nov 11, 2014

        1 comment, 44 photos

        ... main thing we remember is that back then the forest on one side of the lake was all dead as a result of large fires in 2006. There was a lot of re-growth starting, but all very low. The re-growth then consisted of all young leaves that are spectacularly red until maturity. This made it a very photogenic place with the white dead trunks in between. There has obviously been no more fire since, and the saplings that were starting back then are now trees of 6 to 10m ...