Standpipe Golf Motor Inn
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- Minbar in room
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Refrigerator in room
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Laundry facilities (self serve)
TripAdvisor Reviews Standpipe Golf Motor Inn Port Augusta
Travel Blogs from Port Augusta
... but dropped to make time, but now luckily visited. Our decision to forgo the Innaminka route was reinforced when talking to one old guy in this van park who said "no, you don't want to drive that track in the wet, no, no" with a strong shake of his head. And anyway, the roads to Arkaroola and much of the Strzelecki Track were still closed.
Had a great run to Spearcreek arriving around 4pm, checked into the camp ground and were horrified to find out the cost per night powered was $26. We ended up staying but swore this would be the last time due to cost. Stayed in the same site we had previously had during our last stay when we did the Eyre Peninsular. Enjoyed a great hot shower and retired early. Another good days travel, no issues all going ...
... done the whole trip as we covered around 300 kilometres today. You can tell that we are hitting the open road as road trains are sharing the highway with us. At the moment, they only have two trailers behind them. The really big ones are still to come.
We were excited to find a ping-pong table in the caravan park and tried out our new bats. I am must be improving as I actually won one game against Dean ...
... Augusta to a farm stay on a sheep station. Rather interesting place, its called Nuttbush retreat (Pandurra Station) The farm has been running since 1860’s. Apparently this farm is 400 miles square and they have 6 of them. ( poor people) The camp host told us 3 weeks ago they sheared 15000 sheep here, pity we missed that. We had a wonder around the farm, which is pretty dry at ...
... more research we found a nice little bush camp called Stony Creek just a few kilometres north of Melrose, so off we went.
Turning off the usual long straight flat roads we headed into the mountains, where it was a delight to use the steering wheel for actual bends. Another dirt track later, we arrived in what felt like 100% humidity and again 42 degree sun. After trying to scout ...