Hummocks Station

Barunga Homestead Road, South Australia, 5520, Australia | Lodge
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This lodge is located on Barunga Homestead Road, South Australia.
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    Travel Blogs from South Australia

    Moonta

    A travel blog entry by thejoiners on Aug 06, 2014

    1 photo

    ... IF they had listened to THE customer, they would have got it RIGHT!!!!!!!! Hopefully Mazda Australia will assume a more circumspect and responsible approach to honouring their new car warranty than today. As played out, car aside we enjoyed lunch outside in the sun and a pleasant afternoon strolling on the beach on the local jetty and having coffee overlooking the bay here, we could have had tougher ways of spending the ...

    Whyalla - Port Wakefield

    A travel blog entry by greynomad1946 on Aug 04, 2014

    7 photos

    ... pleasant area on what appeared to be part of an old wharf which now has been incorporated into a small parkland. As we travelled on we could not get over the number of wind generators along the hilltops between Port Pirie and Port Broughton. We lost count at over 100 turbines. We moved on to Port Wakefield where we stopped at the bakery for lunch. I don't think that we have ...

    A week later

    A travel blog entry by victorianatalie on Jul 19, 2014

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    Yea didn't write much the last couple of days. That was because I was honestly too tired to function properly after I got home from school. I even fell asleep a couple of times before dinner.. Hehe. Thursday night we went bowling with Kylie, Nick, Jenni and two friends of Kylie: Kristy and Ivan. That night exhausted me so much that the next day at school I almost fell asleep during class so I pinched myself several of times. Anyway. Today Kylie left, the ...

    Things I miss already (and some I don't!)

    A travel blog entry by fivekidscc on Jul 14, 2014

    7 comments, 3 photos

    ... stare from the front seat at whichever kid is poking another. I think we are adjusting to this travel thing. Although, Andrew and I have decided that 2.5 to 3 hrs is the limit for car travel. Everything starts to go pear shaped after that. And...funnily enough that is what us happening now on the road to Wallaroo. The baby is crying (get me out!), big girls have the crazy giggles happening, small boy and girl are constantly asking for food and electronic devices. 3 hour limit ...

    Day Six (Two becomes three)

    A travel blog entry by slog on Jun 30, 2014

    15 photos

    ... Jack Brabham. But I suspect ever since then, its been all downhill. (Not that there is anything in town remotely resembling a hill - in fact, since descending into Adelaide, I'm not sure we have spotted anything remotely hill-like).

    Andrew had always flagged a desire to visit Port Lincoln at the bottom of the Eyre Peninsula and after hearing of the existence of an alternative to the fully road-based journey, we decided to head onto the Yorke ...