Do Duck Inn Guesthouse

Address: 22 Old Hume Hwy., Gunning, New South Wales, NSW 2581, Australia | Inn
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This inn is located on 22 Old Hume Hwy., Gunning.
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      Heading for the nullabor

      A travel blog entry by themccrackens on Jul 07, 2014

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      Our day started at 5am Reached belladonna at 8:30 till 8:40 refilled the car and toilet stop 10.14am we reached central Australia time so time advanced 45 minutes Reached the boarder at 2:25 sa time We got to Nullabor road house at 4:30 but went onto ...

      Long drive from WA to SA

      A travel blog entry by mattandliz on Jul 07, 2014

      7 photos

      ... The first day driving we were aiming for Cocklebiddy which was 6.5 hours from our departure point in Esperance. There is only 1 road from WA to SA including a 90km stretch of completely straight road. Luckily we had found out how to use the cruise control so I popped it in at 110km/h and listened to the book expecting to see at least 1 kangaroo. Nullabor Day 1 ended at dusk in Cocklebiddy. As there was only ...

      Parliament House

      A travel blog entry by vickiandpaul on May 27, 2014

      5 photos

      ... to meet a friend, Annette Adams, at an Italian restaurant in Dickson. After a beautiful dinner Annette, realizing we had to stay in Canberra for a few more days, kindly offered us a bed at her place in MacKellar. As we have to get our camper to Woolongong on Monday, we decided to spend more time here as there is still so much to see. We just hope the rain stops ...

      Nullarbor, Norseman, Mines and Kalgoorlie.

      A travel blog entry by kilbridesblog on Apr 23, 2014

      22 photos

      ... have seen the terrain change so that we have seen dry lake beds and salt lakes. Also the gum trees have appeared increasing in height as we have moved further towards Norseman and the end of the Nullarbor. The trees have become red gums. We stopped at Balladonia Roadhouse. This is where some of the space debri from Skylab crashed in 1979 and where a 17 year old lad earns the $100,000 reward from the United States for ...

      Great to not so great

      A travel blog entry by aa95302 on Apr 13, 2014

      5 photos

      ... on the side of the highway to take photos... But it looked way to unsafe to me. Mental pictures will have to do. The going was a lot faster and smoother now. Lots of road trains though.. Most of them were doing decent speeds and were not a problem.... But just before the Gundagai turn off I came up behind a rather slow moving one. He blocked my view of the exit signs sufficiently that I missed the turn. Checking the fuel I had enough to make it to Yass, my ...