Tangenong Cottages

Address: 9 Forest Avenue, Hepburn Springs, Victoria, Australia | Hotel
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This hotel, located on 9 Forest Avenue, Hepburn Springs, is near Wombat Hill Botanical Gardens, Daylesford Spa Country Railway, Hepburn Spa Resort, and Peppershell Place Day Spa.
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      Travel Blogs from Hepburn Springs

      Tinerhir and Ouarzazate

      A travel blog entry by jonmorley on Dec 07, 2014

      1 comment, 34 photos

      ... Americans and subtle, slippery wi-fi, which brought everyone together in the lobby area to stand at different angles to catch a connection. The French went to the bar and smoked more furiously. Overheard conversation: 'Well Sam, guess I'll go and see if Irma is ready to come down for dinner'. Mid-sixties American male leans forward on couch, preparing to rise. Preparing. 'You do that Jim' says his friend, of similar age and nationality, check shirt and large ...

      Departure day. Gisborne to Port Augusta

      A travel blog entry by tomanddanozadve on Sep 23, 2014

      8 photos

      ... with any trip I do these days. It was getting dark couldn't really see much , ended up passing through a place called Cadell.

      There is an old style ferry there. I really thought we had made a big mistake going this way. The GPS kept saying Cadell Ferry. What Ferry operates this late at night??

      Sure enough when I arrived, the ferry came over and we boarded. This ferry takes you across the mighty Murray. Its operated ...

      Ziggy re-visits Mt Franklin in Spring

      A travel blog entry by ziggy-prime on Nov 09, 2013

      11 photos

      ... old, so I don't know about hot weather yet!   We had a chat to an older couple who travel in an older Sunliner. The chap said he was 82 and they travel out of Victoria in Winter, returning in late Spring. On Friday, the weather turned out to be mostly misty rain most of the day, then a few showers in the early afternoon... so we all took a bit of a nap. It ...

      Ballarat - the worst weather we have had so far

      A travel blog entry by mellors on Jun 05, 2012

      8 photos

      ... Cross at Sovereign Hill. It was a cool evening so we layered up in a bid to keep the chill at bay but once again failed even with gloves, scarves and beanies. I don't know how people live here in the winter months. The show was spectacular and told the story of the Eureka Rebellion and finished with a dramatic battle between the gold miners and the Government forces at Ballarat in 1854 and of course the raising of the Eureka flag. ...

      Ah relaxing spa waters...a pain in the pocket!

      A travel blog entry by wherrol on Mar 22, 2012

      ... well we decided it was medical expenses and that was that. Besides our camping fees were zero. Two hours later Sharon felt relief and so did Allan!

      The next day we decided to go to Kyneton for the day and see if a 'normal' swim would also help. The day was ruddy freezing, however this was an aquatic centre. Encouraged further by the blackboard sign that said the 25 mtr indoor pool was 29 degrees Sharon took a dip. ...

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