Royal Exchange Hotel
Travel Blogs from Broken Hill
Woke up to wind & rain....lucky we set up the tent in a shed! The Nyngan Riverside Caravan Park were nice enough to suggest that we set up inside the camp kitchen last night as some rain was approaching. It was a good move.
We were on the road again by 10am Saturday and were having morning tea in Cobar at 11:30. Cobar is actually quite …
... drive to Dubbo.
Hey did you know even though Broken Hill is in NSW, they work the same time as SA we were 2 hours behind in WA,when we crossed the border into SA we gained 1.30 hours and are still 30 mins behind until we are out of town. Nearlyback to NSW look and feel, boy missing the family & friends.
Day 37 Well we woke early and boy was it cold, I broke the latch on the camper that locks down the roof becasue it was frozen so ...
Nice to get up this morning and not have to rush anywhere. We had one of our favourites - French Toast - for breakfast and lingered, enjoying the sunshine. Pity about the wind! James' wrist is still hurting so am a bit worried that it might be worse than I thought, but still not swollen - so he has to suck it up. I got an annoying text saying my Visa card has a problem (maybe we ARE spending too much). Turns out someone has been using my card number in the US! That means my card ...
... out of Broken Hill and head towards our next stop. Today should have been a highway run to Cobar but seeing we have time on our side we are going to take the scenic route and follow the Darling River Run up the Darling River to Bourke. More outback bush camping, camp fires, camp oven dinners and marshmallows. Firstly to get onto the Darling River Run we need to get to Wilcannia and Andrew is nervous. We have been warned by several people along the way ...
How has this hotel rated in the past?
A great place to stay when needing some home comforts in the outback. Nice rooms, everything you could need and great food.
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