Whyalla Foreshore Motor Inn

Address: Watson Terrace, Whyalla, South Australia, 5600, Australia | 1 star motel
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This 1 star motel is located on Watson Terrace, Whyalla.
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      Port Lincoln to Whyalla

      A travel blog entry by barbrob on Oct 23, 2014

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      Visited the MFV Tacoma which is a pioneering vessel built by three Haldane brothers and took them 7 years to build. It was launched in 1851 from Port Fairy VIC to Port Lincoln SA. On board were the brothers and their families. There was a total of 9 adults, 7 children one dog and two cats. The Tuna industry began. Before leaving Port Lincoln we had to grease the suspension on the caravan. And then once again onward bound towards Tumby Bay. Tumby Bay is in the Eyre Peninsula ...

      Day 87 - 88. Whyalla

      A travel blog entry by sammy64 on Aug 30, 2014

      7 photos

      ... Yes, really! From May to August they congregate in their thousands to breed and attach their eggs to rocky shelves. Hopefully we will get to see some out at the NP at Point Lowly. Headed into town to restock on seafood. Only one store but we got more oysters for Brad, some prawns and fish for tonight and some live mussels to take home (they are sleeping in the fridge). Next out to the Tanderra Craft Markets which are held the last weekend of ...

      Walk of the Jetty

      A travel blog entry by thethirdcog on Aug 09, 2014

      ... now and believe it is aptly named after a true pioneer covering over 2,834 kilometres in length and this Scotsman was the first European to cross Australia from south to north with this highway approximating the route that Stuart actually took.

      Then we come to the quaint village of Port Germein with the sea, which looks breathtaking after all the arid lands we have seen over the last few days. You can imagine how the explorers felt when they suddenly saw ...

      I See The Sea

      A travel blog entry by 60winterwarmer on Aug 09, 2014

      9 photos

      ... BHP Billiton Olympic Dam is Australia's largest underground mining operation unique in that the ore is mined and also processed at the one site.

      Arrive at the end of the Stuart Highway at Port Augusta. Dilemma is to turn left or turn right and head to the Nullabor. We notice a distinct change in the feel of the road now, whereas the Stuart Highway was filled with tourists and the caravanners and 90% of folk waved (you end up ...

      Murray Bridge to Whyalla

      A travel blog entry by larry-jan on Jun 20, 2014

      2 comments, 15 photos

      ... along the river , built between 1920-1930 to make the south Australian section of the Murray river permanently passable. These were first used by paddle steamers to transport cargo, supplies, but are now used also by recreational craft.
      Lock 1- The first lock from the river mouth is in Blanchtown. We went and had a look. Blanchtown is 138 km away from Adelaide.
      Not far away is Brookfield conservation park a ...