Whyalla Foreshore Motor Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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Distance Travelled: 383 km Trip total: 3943 km Accommodation: Whyalla Foreshore Motor Inn Highlights: - catching up with old uni mate, Thanh To A pretty low key day compared to other days. We packed up the car and departed Streaky Bay for Whyalla. The drive was uneventful, and quite boring. We got to Whyalla around midday, checked into our motel …
... camp site you can view many different varieties of birds amongst the tree canopies along with the activities of roaming emu's and kangaroo’s.
There’s nothing more special than enjoying a camp fire in an Australian bush setting or walking along a track in amongst the bush viewing the fauna and flora of the ...
... on, "NO we're not going there, you all decided!", well I changed my mind and it was getting on a bit and I wanted some time to find out why the airbag suspension on one side wouldn't hold air for any length of time.
Book we did , on-line, as we rolled into camp, my how times have changed and we ask what do the oldies without smart phones. Sixtyish campsites to choose from, chose 50. Should have booked 51 bit flatter and easier to get in to, ...
... we had a look around town and visited the underground Catholic Church. Very beautiful setting but we were too late for Mass which was 10am. Then it was a quick lunch in the 'park'. Very clean and tidy and the toilet was an automatic job that played music while you worked!. We were away again by 1.30 with only about a 110 kms to Mathesons Bore rest area for our overnight stop. We arrived about 3pm and are now set up and sitting in the shade ...
... on the road. We were initially considering spending a night, but after driving into town we were glad we bypassed that idea. We also drove straight through port Augusta as we have been told numerous stories from different people of how you get locked inside the caravan park at 6pm, no one can get out or in, that's how bad the local riffraff are! Once at whyalla, we visited the nice foreshore on day one while ...