The Mill House

State Highway One, Oamaru, South Island, 9495, New Zealand | Hotel
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This hotel is located on State Highway One, Oamaru.
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    Travel Blogs from Oamaru


    A travel blog entry by cathirving on Apr 17, 2014

    Leaving Dunedin travelling north via the East coast was another scenic journey. We did encounter our first traffic jam (not bad going for 6 weeks in!) but also came right up close to a huge colony of seals at Shag Point and the Moeraki boulders - huge circular stones on the beach that no one seems to be able to explain! Oamaru was a massive surprise. I hadn't realised it still has many Victorian buildings surviving and walking through ...

    Road trip day 1

    A travel blog entry by philg on Feb 04, 2014

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    ... were the mountains running down the middle of South Island. It was breath taking! We passed several signs for Mt. Cook so we couldn't have been that far away. We stopped for a cheeky Subway as we were really hungry and were on a tight time schedule to get to Oamaru. Some places are just like the UK, others very continental, but driving into Oamaru was like driving into Paignton! Loads of motels B&Bs, then the shops etc, all close to the sea. It's all very UK-like in its layout. ...

    Moeraki Boulders

    A travel blog entry by john.jwilkinson on Jan 13, 2014

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    Went to see the boulders today; they were amazing! The huge boulders are concretions from the ocean floor. Our geologists friends will be jealous! I always wanted to see them after seeing the picture in my 2013 calendar. The day started windy and cool but got sunny and warm. Our many windowed "cabin", really a sizeable house got quite warm when we returned from ...

    March of the Penguins!

    A travel blog entry by jasonandgaryn on Jan 09, 2014

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    ... had also ventured up the steep slope of Baldwin Street so we could get a picture of us both to prove our climb! The views for the top of the street were nice and the climb definitely means you would have to be in shape to be a dog owner on this street, but neither of us were envious of the postman we saw heading down Baldwin Street to deliver the mail. This was a fun climb and gave us something to compare the climb of Lombard Street we did a few years ago in San Francisco.

    Oamaru, Penguins everywhere!

    A travel blog entry by edsutch on Nov 30, 2013

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    ... but as always the last one would get confused. He would stop look around behind him, then by this point all the others would ahead of him, he would freak out, or get confused about what way he should be going and ends up going back the way he came. At one point they were all running, bare in mind it takes them a while to get use to land after the water, and then a surprise for them. Out of no where.... Water, and muddy water that is. Yep a pot hot filled with water has hit them ...