The Open House

Address: PO Box 84, Parndana, Parndana, Kangaroo Island, South Australia, Australia | Hotel
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This hotel is located on PO Box 84, Parndana, Parndana.
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Travel Blogs from Parndana

A hop skip and a jump to Kangaroo Island

A travel blog entry by cw-adventures on Aug 11, 2015

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... s most iconic natural attractions- the remarkable Remarkable Rocks, giant granites sculptures patchworked with vibrant orange lichens, and Admiral's Arch, eroded by wind and seas to form architectural homes for colonies of seals. Kangaroo Island was first sighted by explorer Captain Matthew Flinders in 1802, and he named it after the numerous kangaroos that inhabited the island. In 1836, the island was chosen as Australia's first free European settled colony. Uninhabited ...

Kangaroo Island - Day 1

A travel blog entry by 2where2 on Apr 04, 2015

1 comment, 13 photos

... and the dunes were beautiful. Then of course there was our buffet lunch lunch at Emu Ridge which is an eucalyptus distillery. Vivonne Bay Lodge was our overnight accommodation for our Kangaroo Island Adventure Tours group. It is a very nice spot almost new I'd say and even the dorms were ok. We had not booked a double room so were 6 in a room for 8 - 2 ladies and 4 gentlemen. Ear plugs, eye shades work wonders and apparently someone was snoring ..... Could it have been ...

A restful day in paradise!

A travel blog entry by aussieitchyfeet on Mar 22, 2015

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... for "Kangaroos and canapés". The property was formerly owned by a soldier settler and as we sipped local wines, the guide told us the story of their very tough life. Lynne especially liked the KI Bay of Shoals Reisling.

Following that, we returned to SOL for another delightful meal. We have been really impressed by the consistently high quality of the meals, the creative use of local ingredients and the relatively small size of each course - just enough but not too ...

Day 14, The joys of Vivonne Bay

A travel blog entry by ligtrek on Dec 26, 2014

1 comment

... hours. Everyone was catching waves, all the kids showing their skills in some really fun waves that allowed them to stay on the face until they jumped off on the beach. A long lunch of left overs and an Emu Export, finished a book and then played backgammon. Holidays have been very relaxing today.

North Coast

A travel blog entry by marden62 on Sep 26, 2014

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... there we head east through beautiful green valleys to Western River Cove, then onto Stokes Bay. To get to Stokes Bay from the carpark you need to walk through a 'cavity' in the rock formation, you then come out at a beautiful long beach with a natural rock pool.