Northern Hotel

Address: 4 Tassie Street, Port Augusta, South Australia, 5700, Australia | Hotel
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This hotel is located on 4 Tassie Street, Port Augusta.
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Travel Blogs from Port Augusta

Day 45 - Streaky Bay to Port Augusta (400km)

A travel blog entry by fourdaws on Jan 22, 2015

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... sculpture, and kept on motoring. Got stuck behind a few annoying slow-moving horse floats and trucks, but otherwise had a good trip.

Our half-way stop after 200kms was at Kimba, which just happens to have “Half way across Australia” as it’s motto and claim to fame (Sydney to Perth, that is). We had the obligatory photos with the Big Galah, and checked out the gem/souvenir shop, then got some bakery goods and had ...

Port Augusta...again.

A travel blog entry by thegreenteam on Dec 14, 2014

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... t leave it there, so he brought it back to the van for Mum and Dad to
figure out what to do with it! Mal rang the good people at WIRES (or the S.A.
equivalent) and they advised him to make a little nest in a box and put it back
in the tree from whence it came, in the hopes that its parents would find it
and take care of it. So before he’d had breakfast (or a chance to wake up
properly) ...

Margaret River to home - What a journey!

A travel blog entry by garyjoanne on Dec 07, 2014

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... our way inland to Hyden to see the famous Wave Rock, over 2500 million years old granite outcrop, weathered like a giant surf wave. It was indeed amazing, but even more so was the storm that hit that night! It was like a monster coming to devour us, and I am amazed that there was no damage from the storm (well, near us anyway). We did hear that one caravan caught in it was totally destroyed on the road. We have heard since about the horrific storms ...

Point Lowly such a pretty $5 camp

A travel blog entry by wherrol on Nov 16, 2014

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This morning we had grand plans for a great walk. Then it looked overcast so we decided to go to the Museum Ian and Sally recommended. Then the weather cleared and the road to the museum looked rough so......

Up the coast we went calling in at all the pretty little seaside hamlets. We have decided we want to spend a lot of time in this area and we don't have the time right now.

Our ...

On the road to WA - Port Augusta

A travel blog entry by thehardys on Oct 22, 2014

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... stop in Iron Knob, South Australia. Not many highlights on the way, lots of emus and that's was about it for the wildlife. One of the things we where looking forward to in WA was seeing their famous Pink Lake, really?? Every waterway we passed in SA from Snowtown onwards was bright pink! So after travelling for 14 hours in the car and doing over 1000 kms, Jed decided enough is enough and cracked it. So we decided that ...