Victoria Hotel Strathalbyn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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From Hawker we travelled the RM Willams Way, through Craddock established in 1878, Carrieton, Walloway established in 1882, Orroroo, Jamestown, Spalding then into Clare. The road wound us through sweeping valleys with mountains wrapped in a grey green blanket, with the odd one or two historical ruins standing against the weather of time. The …
On the way from Adelaide we drove via Victor Harbour where we were looking out for whales. There was a lovely circular walk around granite island which has the last horse drawn tram in the world moving back and forth between the island and the mainland. We walked! The scenery was stunning and, although cold, the sun made a much needed appearance. …
We shared the ferry out of Wellington with a car, a car and caravan and a Kenworth Tri-axle tipper trailer which required us to fold in our mirrors.
The ferry sure did know there was some extra weight on board.
We crossed yet another ferry and ended up back in Tailem Bend but didn't see any point in stopping so we carried on through to Karoonda - "The Heart of the Mallee" and finally on to Moorook.
... nicely followed by a chocolate mouse which kept me in contention for being the favourite son in law. That wouldn't be too hard though as I am the only son in law ;-). A couple of glasses of vino and then then off to bed to get a few hours sleep in before getting up for the United v City derby game at 12.30am. Mon 13th - Well what a fantastic start to the day with United thumping ...
... a narrow opening that we had hoped, but we got a few photos anyway. However, there was an information display board that showed this image, and explained that they spend $6million per year dredging the sand out of the mouth, to keep the mouth open, which is important for the health of the river and the surrounding Coorong wetlands. It also stated that archaeological evidence shows that over the last 3,000 years, the mouth has moved 6-8kms from its original ...