Wauchope Hotel

Address: Stuart Highway, Wauchope, Red Centre, Northern Territory, 0862, Australia | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Stuart Highway, Wauchope.
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Travel Blogs from Wauchope

Da move

A travel blog entry by davo53 on Aug 12, 2014

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Today we move from Dunbogan to the Leisure Holiday Day in Port Macquarie to be up close and personal with Watson's. Got good news the parts have arrived and the FJ is to be fixed tomorrow. Work on oven has been approved and awaiting parts. Things are looking up and will soon be on our way. Lots of rabbits about and they fascinate Precious , I don't …


A travel blog entry by brettandemma on Feb 22, 2015

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We had another day in the glorious sunshine around the pool and eating amazingly good and cheap steaks on the BBQ before the weekend when Katie & Joe and Steve & Jo was going to come down to visit. Unfortunately it was this same time that north New South Wales was getting the rain from a cyclone up in Queensland. So Sod's law would have it that it rained from pretty much the minute they arrived. We still made ...

To Port Macquiry

A travel blog entry by richard.wolters on Feb 07, 2015

1 comment, 8 photos

... appears on that. Another beautiful road, occasionally running through thick rain forest took me to Casino and Grafton. From here mountains again leading to the New South Wales capital of the banana industry: Coffs Harbour.

Time for a coffee at the Dutch Clog Barn? Sorry closed. Oh I forgot, NSW is one hour ahead of Queensland so instead of 5 past 4 it was already 5 past 5. I better got a move on and continued in one run to the beautiful town of Port ...

Easternmost Point of Mainland Australia

A travel blog entry by 5foxesontour on Jul 13, 2014

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... but lovely and sunny for the brisk walk, along the boardwalks, steps up and down and paths. Finally coming out at the tip and further on to the Lighthouse above. Spectacular views in all directions.

The Big Banana was the next stop, for old times (as with the Big Pineapple), we took our photos, got a coffee and ice creams. The shop here is still pretty good in comparison to all the other ...

The low point (we hope)

A travel blog entry by kendricks on Aug 01, 2013

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... graphics. I woke, very weak and tired, but feeling better, somewhat.


After a little while recovering we decided to head to the little café on the corner for some breakfast. I managed to eat something and everyone enjoyed a lovely breakfast in the morning sun whilst Ayla charmed all the other patrons. We decided to stay another day as I didn’t have the energy to travel and we also weren’t sure if it was all ...