Wallacia Hotel

Address: 1590 Mulgoa Road, Wallacia, New South Wales, 2745, Australia | Hotel
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This hotel, located on 1590 Mulgoa Road, Wallacia, is near Hopewood Health Retreat.
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    Travel Blogs from Wallacia

    The Road to Hobart (or was Elvis a Fox?)

    A travel blog entry by derekpottstrave on Nov 29, 2014

    5 photos

    ... they existed? It not as if we were debating the existance or sighting of 'Yetti or Big Foot" and as far as the American tourist's comment that Tasmania was too cold for foxes..well England is a far sight colder. It was becoming apparent that I was sharing this bus ride with a certified troop of "Good Old Boys" from America. It sounded to me, that all they needed to become complete, was a firey cross and face mask and then we'd really know we were in the deep ...

    Exquisite landscape outside and inside of Sydney.

    A travel blog entry by harveyasher on Oct 27, 2014

    1 comment, 22 photos

    We had no idea how beautiful the South Pacific coast was. Seeing air gliders going off the cliffs was a unique experience. This is a beautiful country with one main draw back. THE FLIES. We got covered with them at times even wearing repellant. They ...

    Flying to Dublin

    A travel blog entry by quirk303 on Sep 24, 2014


    We arrived safely in Dubai at 5.30 am local time after a 14.5 hour flight. Polly is going very well for her first trip. She can now put the letters OS after her name now and use it in conversations. It would be even better if her cold would clear up. Planes, colds and blocked ears don't go well together, but she is as excited as me with al there is to see, and we haven't even left an airport. It is 32 degrees outside with a light fog and pleasant inside ...


    A travel blog entry by fivedrive on Jul 19, 2014

    12 photos

    ... every dry riverbed which tells a story of dramatic change when there is rain. Water in the desert from springs, unexpected lakes, sheltered corners in dry rivers. How people live and survive in these remote places today and even more so, how they did so 150 or more years ago. The amazing work that the school of the air and the RFDS do to educate and care for people everywhere. I could go on and on... The best experience is the shared story for our ...

    My Birthday surprise!

    A travel blog entry by joanne.schwenke on Jun 06, 2014

    1 photo

    We have moved again, this time to a suburb called Symonston, we have signed up with the caravan park as permanents, which entitles us to cheaper rent. The park is called Canberra South Motor Park, it is fairly run down in the area we are living, with many permanents in vans with all sorts of sheds and extensions built off their caravans, we have met a couple of our close neighbours and they are nice people. The toilets and showers are very clean and well kept, ...