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

Last day on Stuart Highway

A travel blog entry by agbucks on Oct 30, 2014

6 photos

... change – a few bends in the road, the occasional gradient, a distant large rock on the horizon ( still in the middle of nowhere!) 2 live emus about to cross the road ( still no kangaroo! ) and a large lizard crossing the road which AG manages to avoid by swerving. Naughty boy, but the road is empty after all and very straight…

*To the left of the road we notice a large white area, a very large area actually. ...

Eyre Peninsula

A travel blog entry by hwodvb on Oct 10, 2014

7 comments, 54 photos

... effort for steering. Thanks, but a Saab does not weigh 3t, and is not sitting on 265 wide tyres either. I may have strong arms, but this is a daunting prospect. So we alter the plans again, and decide to head back to Streaky Bay (which is bit bigger than venus Bay) and try and find a mechanic. What I have not mentioned yet is that we just found out that this is a long weekend in SA, with Monday being a public holiday. So perhaps we may have to wait ...

Our Port Augusta Holiday within a holiday..

A travel blog entry by jhateley on Oct 09, 2014

2 photos

... nights, had well and truly over made the swag. So when we saw the post office was open, we posted home two sleeping bags. Man it rolls up so much easier now. We enjoyed yet another wonderful meal courtesy of South Australia (there's no shortage of good food over here, that's for sure). This time it was lunch at Cafe Primo, which is attached to a pub called The Tassie. Mid meal, Pete notices a sign on the door, "Dress Standards Apply. Management Reserves the right to refuse entry." ...

Outback MALE (oops mail) run

A travel blog entry by mlndawn on Sep 23, 2014

2 comments, 7 photos

... a GPS! We followed the tracks of the Ghan before it was realligned, saw lots of old fettlers cottages that were the sites of small towns and the old train bridges. Dinner stop was at the Pink Roadhouse in Oodanatta. Wayne took us on a quick tour if the town - there are about 130 people, about 70% indigenous. The hotel is owned by the Aboriginals and they do a great job of keeping alcohol abuse under control, so much so this ...

"All Aboard"

A travel blog entry by wattsy on Sep 13, 2014

13 photos

... we wanted to do a hike up to Devils Peak, but access was only by unsealed road, so we decided to head to Wilmington (not the same one that is home to the Long Man) and climb Mount Maria. The initial part of the walk takes you through a golf course, they are not exactly like what we see back home. The rough is very rough, no chance of finding a ball should you accidentally hit one in there and the putting green is far from green, is is black and if that wasn't ...