Mountain View Motor Inn & Holiday Lodge
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TravelPod Member ReviewsMountain View Motor Inn & Holiday Lodge Halls Gap
We stayed in a cabin at Mountain View. Good location - just a short drive to Grampians National Park. Within walking distance to Halls Gap Zoo. Five adults stayed in the cabin. Fairly enough room. Pretty cold at night in the bedrooms. Poor WiFi access.
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On September 10 we flew from Perth to Melbourne, rented a van and drove 3 hours to Halls Gap to meet up with my husband's colleague Doug Craig and his wife Ruth. We stayed in Halls Gap and drove daily to Grampians National Park to visit streams to collect sandflies/black flies. I am now with 3 entomologists and 1 botanist (Ruth). Feeling a little …
... at the Halls gap Information Centre...have another pound of literature and the name of a place to eat. Oh look there are 5 kangaroos in the park...so we spend a half an hour taking more kangaroo pictures. I can get close enough to cause them to leap and now I can see the Qantas logo leaping about the field. Enough kangaroos...time to check in and a glass of wine.
And I have to tell you it was a salty windy bad hair ...
Day out in the Grampian mountains
Drove round stopping at various lookouts.
Bambuk just a short walk
Reids lookout, a short walk in one direction and around ...
... the story of Saint Mary of the Cross Mackillop and Father Julian Tenison Woods and in particular telling of their time in Penola during the 1860s. I was also able to walk through the first Josephite schoolhouse in which Mary Mackillop taught and lived in 1867, having previously taught in a modified stable formerly located at Mary Mackillop Park.
From there we travelled across the border and stopped in our ...
... have take it over. The photo's of the toilet sign are taken there and you actually go into a yard and use their toilet, so someone definitely has a sense of humor. The museum is amazing lots of gear and lots of farm machinery. It is just in a little town, and hopefully someone will keep it going. We were about to leave and they told us we had to have a cup of tea and a peice of vanilla slice. We enjoyed our day travelling around and the day was reasonably ...