Waratah Lodge

Address: Thomson Road, Walkerville, Victoria, 3959, Australia | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Thomson Road, Walkerville.
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      Travel Blogs from Walkerville

      Wilson Promontory National Reserve

      A travel blog entry by purdonkeys on Feb 21, 2014

      1 comment, 9 photos

      ... really come out in The Prom and we thought it would be a nice, romantic way to finish our time here. That plan was scuppered, however, by a group of almost 10 uni girls who arrived gradually over the weekend and had all arrived by last night. They seemed nice enough until they started drinking and everyone knows how loud and obnoxious a group of 21yr olds can be when they're drunk. Needless to says the does-does music went on and on and on, until around ...

      Birthdays at the Prom

      A travel blog entry by kendricks on Nov 07, 2013

      18 photos

      ... took bark off her elbows and knees. She completed the trip on Daddy’s shoulders.

      After our walk and lunch we spent the afternoon with a father of one of Ayla’s friends (Bridget), a chiropractor from near Geelong. His wife had taken off early in the morning for a 30 km hike across the prom and wasn’t due back until about 9PM. Late in the evening we enjoyed a few glasses of white while watching the girls ...

      Cape Liptrap, Bear Gully Campground

      A travel blog entry by sasha.jentley on Nov 03, 2013

      13 photos

      We weren't going far, our destination was up the coast, in Cape Liptrap National Park, at Bear Gully campground (there are bears in Australia?!). It was a free campground with the beach next door, and a view of Wilson's Prom.

      We got to the campground around 10am, after driving through more farm lands. Sheep with a view of the ocean. Cows with a view of tidal rivers and lakes. The campground was completely full to ...

      On the Road

      A travel blog entry by tykehh on Apr 08, 2013

      ... to Melbourne for what we thought would be the last time, we managed to sleep outside the same hostel as last time and sneak in everyday to shower and hang out. They soon grew accustomed to our faces and thought we were staying there. Spent our days going round the city, going to Brighton Beach, saw a flashmob, going to markets, etc. After Tom left, I stayed there, doing the same thing, trying to sell the van. Made a very big mistake by trying to sell the van ...


      A travel blog entry by kathandsheila on Mar 13, 2013

      2 comments, 77 photos

      ... the rain and wind at Tidal river and on return we had a very pleasant day once again.

      Our menu here included roast pork and vegetables, quinoa and bbq chicken, dhal, meatballs in tomato sauce, chick pea salads and tasty versions of pasta- we have become fans of the buckwheat pasta. On ...