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

Port Lincoln to Port Augusta via Kimba

A travel blog entry by bryonandlucinda on Feb 13, 2015

9 photos

... halfway across Australia' - that is it is halfway between Sydney and Perth. And to go with that they have the Big Galah. We had lunch at the shop adjacent to the Big Galah and you'd think in such hot country they would offer something other that hot pies, pasties and sausage rolls, like a sandwich, but not so!

Before continuing onto Port Augusta after lunch we took a 3km detour West of Kimba to a high point named Whites Knob. ...

Port Augusta to Alice and back again

A travel blog entry by rascals on Jan 21, 2015

54 photos

... place is crazy and beautiful at the same time!!! Interesting fact ...... the aboriginals named their land Kupa Pedi --- translates to white man's burrow.

On our second day we explored the town, went into a 100 year old mine and museum. The owner ( since departed ) Ron Goth also dug out a home for his wife and two children.

We visited three underground churches, Catholic, Anglican and Serbian all very different and interesting. The Pastor from ...

Margaret River to home - What a journey!

A travel blog entry by garyjoanne on Dec 07, 2014

106 photos

As we get closer to moving back into our home, I get less and less inclined to complete this blog. All we really want to do is to enjoy each day, keep meeting new people, visit new places - I am still amazed that I love travelling like this so much, I could keep going!

Margaret River was wonderful, particularly as we were there for their third annual Food and Wine Festival. Chefs from all over the world were there, so got to see Heston ...

Eyre Peninsula

A travel blog entry by hwodvb on Oct 10, 2014

7 comments, 54 photos

... this as the cooling section of the hydraulic power steering system. It is losing oil at a fast rate, and the weird noise we hear appears to be the pump pumping air and oil. As I have my head into the engine bay, I soon get help from a few other gentlemen arriving with their 4WDs and an interesting discussion follows trying to set the diagnosis. Apparently one of them had an identical issue with his Saab (?) long time ago. Car worked fine, it just took a ...

[Day 97] Who needs Wave Rock?...........

A travel blog entry by bewing on Oct 02, 2014

1 comment, 16 photos

... s, some of our best for the trip.

After picking up Merryn & Patrick from the toilet stop we continued on, arriving at Pildappa Rock in time to enjoy lunch admiring this weird spectacle. A bit like Wave Rock, Pildappa appears to b not so well known and a lot closer to the highway. We scrambled around here for quite a while!

With another couple of hundred K's to Kimba, our planned destination, we were back on the road again shortly ...