Whyalla Foreshore Motor Inn
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- Minbar in room
- Tennis Court
- Drycleaning onsite
- Conference facilities
- Non-smoking hotel
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... now and this wasn't really a good spot to stop so we headed for a farm that was recommended on WikiCamps about 6.5km further up. The owners live not far from where the old house is, and have allowed travellers to camp in their caravans or campers here. He's even put in a dump point. You're not allowed to camp in the house, however it is open for you to look through and is furnished with old furnishings from around the 60s or 70s. A donation is ...
... are today. Greg revisited his life as a firefighter – he’s still got it! Check out the photo.
We treated ourselves to lunch at Barnacle Bill’s. Sounded really good, but it was just ok. How come fish and chips never taste as good as the old days, when we bought them wrapped up in newspaper?
Other than that, we ambled about the ...
... 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, ...
... you are greeted with once you pass town which luckily has a Mc Donald's! And not to you make you jealous or anything but the cheapest petrol I've ever seen.
On the way to Whyalla we drove past Port Pire, Port Augusta and the stunning Flinders Ranges. Once we got to Whyalla we stoped by the HMAS Whyalla which is a ship that was used during World War II. It was the show case of the Whyalla Maritime Museum which was next ...