Great Western Motel

Address: Corner Prinsep and McIvor Streets, Norseman, Western Australia, 6443, Australia | Motel
 
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This motel is located on Corner Prinsep and McIvor Streets, Norseman.
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    Travel Blogs from Norseman

    Eucla to Norseman

    A travel blog entry by harro58 on Aug 27, 2015

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    Left 7:30 am. Temperature got up to 20. Arrived 3:30 pm local time. 751 Kms. Had two false starts to the morning. Due to time zone change and being lazy to not change the time on the phone, I miscalculated the alarm time. Alarm went off at 5 am thought I set for correct time but went off again at 6 am. Finally got the right time 6:30 am. Stopped at …

    Esperance

    A travel blog entry by mpeacock on Nov 14, 2014

    6 photos

    One of our most favourite places to stop, is Esperance. Time to recoup from the long drive of the Nullabor. The photos tell the story of the beautiful landscape. A couple of nice meals, and good coffee had all round.

    Bullfinch to West Balladonia

    A travel blog entry by ricnron on Aug 04, 2015

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    Sausages, potato, sweet potato, onion and cauliflower by the campfire tonight. Another good run today, about 600km. Stopped for lunch near Widgiemooltha and an ore train went past. We got to the next crossing and had to wait for the train to cross back again. Definitely long enough to switch the engine off and ...

    Kevin went back to Kambalda today

    A travel blog entry by gracecardie on Jul 27, 2015

    8 photos

    ... of Kalgoorlie is much larger and more modern than Kevin remembers with a population of over 30000 people. Kambalda township on the other hand is a shadow of its former self despite there being more mining activity in the area. The single men's quarters where Kevin lived in 1975 is still there - we couldn't go in of course and we were able to see the adit of the shaft where Kevin ...

    Fraser Range

    A travel blog entry by peppercorn on Jul 24, 2015

    1 comment, 7 photos

    ... food. It is cold but not as cold as Karijini at night. The country side we travelled through today was lovely. Trees and rolling hills. We called into Camboulder on the way through. It is a nice little mining town. Lots of trees.We stopped at Norseman for morning tea. I was surprised at how run down it has become. I have vague memories from 30 ...