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TravelPod Member ReviewsAvalon Motel Mount Gambier
Very comfortable stay with friendly and helpful owner in reception. Large very clean room. Enjoyed our stay.
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... bay on Grey Street. If you are arriving by bus hop aboard the connecting bus to Helen Street from the James street bus stand or simply hire a taxi from the taxi stand located at City Chemmart on Helen Street.
The Centro is about the best shopping venue you will find in Gambier and is quite fulfilling for the serious shopaholic. Enhance your holiday experience within the region that is well known for its lush ...
... registry. Then we go to the registrar and ask if we can use the vehicle to register. Yes, of course, the woman says. Without inspection? I asked. She answers: yes, why an inspection?! It is indeed only to the registration for the next year. Although we still need a little inspection because we have unscrewed the seats in the back, but can register the campervan without Road worth Certificate. Our plan is therefore a ...
... and come back to Pondalowrie Bay on Friday after a empty and fill in Yorketown.
Rhonda will a haul of chalk manufactured on site at Inneston in the early 40s 50s. Not much left of this historic 1900 s mining town.
Will do a 4 hour walk in this area when we come back next week.
Spent the night in Yorketown caravan park, small but spotless park, Rhonda did a wash and dry, I filled up water etc and located gas refilling place and ...
... many hours on the phone, we were able to book a spot on an oval at Mount Barker. We are now reworking our itinerary for the rest of March and April to work around Easter.
The free show at The Main Corner Centre came highly recommended and did not disappoint. The movies on the larger screen explained the formation of Mount Gambier. Firstly, the Dreaming story about how the lakes and craters were formed and then an action packed show narrated by ...
Bei and I got up early and travelled over to Tullamarine to the campervan office where we met the sales representative who could have put a glass eye to sleep. Anyhow after been gouged for every extra cost know and those that were unknown I drove the van away thinking how lucky I was to have just a normal traffic cone inserted in my backside by the robbing sod! On returning to Bei's I packed the van whilst Bei picked up a large quantity of very expensive fruit and vegetables to ...