Quality Hotel Mildura Grand
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... his first irrigation settlement. After much political wrangling, the settlement of Mildura was established in 1887.
Anne and I have been to Mildura a number of times before this 2014 visit. Anne preceded me by many years when she was playing netball for the Australian Postal Institute. A netball carnival was held here in the late 1970s. One of those also attending was Nola Luxford-Tait who we still see and talk to regularly forty-five years ...
... road in the middle of bush land. Astonishing. We climbed one of the dunes, saw lots of pretty daisy like wild flowers growing in the sand and also watched the sand change colour as the clouds formed shadows. Leaving the colored sands we headed back to Mildura and came across a Hot Rod meeting so parked up and spent the next hour looking at very colorful and unusual cars and talking to some of their owners. We were very surprised ...
... no warmth so it was a relatively quick walk along the boardwalk
to two vantage points where we had excellent views of the waterway with its
fast flowing current.
Back in the
town centre we stopped by Big Lizzie which was built in 1914 and completed in
1915 in the Melbourne suburb of Richmond.
Commissioned originally to cart wool from the outback stations of Broken
Hill, this ...
After the van being rocked by strong winds when cooking dinner it calmed down by bed time and we had some rain.
A very quiet night here, we are the only campers.
The sun was up before us and the lake in the distance gleams.
We are having leisurely mornings, not in any hurry, so didn't leave camp till 10.15am.
Once again along the roads are Canola crops, the occasional grain silos. The crops are vivid green, have only seen one in full flower.
... are plying the Murray various sizes but all very quiet they just slip slowly by. Couple of other campers have left this morning. Since Greens Lake we have had Sandra tag along with us in her two wheel drive ute and caravan, she went into Mildura yesterday for a look and get some gas, she came back in the afternoon with horror stories of the slippery road conditions and got herself bogged next to her van. With the help of a ...