Edgewater Motel

Address: 52 Lakefront Drive, Te Anau, South Island, 9600, New Zealand | 3 star motel
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This 3 star motel, located on 52 Lakefront Drive, Te Anau, is near Routeburn Track.
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          Travel Blogs from Te Anau

          Is that the (Milford) Sound of nature calling?

          A travel blog entry by marystrasburger on Nov 03, 2015

          4 comments, 14 photos

          ... as the rain began bucketing down!

          That was the story of yesterday as well, for the drive to Queenstown at least, as the heavens were open and the views obscured by the weather. The drive was only about an hour and a half and we arrived at lunchtime in the town which would be our home for the next two and a half days and three nights. We did a bit of reconnaissance yesterday and planned what we would get up to and where we would eat. We will be having lamb one night, ...

          Day 9: Driving rain

          A travel blog entry by sleepydwarf on Oct 04, 2015

          8 photos

          ... seats. What an amazing place!

          We contacted our tour guide for tomorrow to confirm everything was good, and he says that everything is booked in and they'll be picking us up tomorrow morning as scheduled. Really looking forward to this!

          Dinner was at a nearby hotel. It was an all you can eat banquet, which we hadn't known when we booked, but the bonus was that kids ate for free - and Kramstable loved it. We were the first people there, ...

          Doubtful Sound

          A travel blog entry by smithputney on Jul 30, 2015

          ... deepest lakes. We reached West Arm where we disembarked and waited in the visitor centre (last toilet stop for about an hour) then boarded our bus to take us across the Wilmot Pass to Doubtful Sound. The road was built in the 1960's to allow machinery to be transported from the Sound to the Manapouri hydro electric power station (which Sam and I had visited before but this was not currently on the agenda due to maintenance work). The bus journey had a good commentary from ...

          Road Trippin'

          A travel blog entry by beardedwanderer on Jun 17, 2015


          ... Even if you couldn't give a hoot about the wildlife Australia is a land of great natural beauty, which is a good thing, because the town's tend to be quite dull and architecturally uninspiring. There are so many scenic views which will take your breath away, some are easily found as you can just pull over for a lookout point and see the majesty of the rainforest stretching out towards Hinchinbrook Island. Most of the views you have to work a little for, either taking a long ...

          The longest/craziest one yet (Written by Chelsea)

          A travel blog entry by robhoskin on Apr 30, 2015

          2 comments, 17 photos

          ... when we arrived we were told there is too much wind at the moment so we would have to wait.. Just what we needed.. Time to stare at the 134m high platform and strong winds!! When we were called up, we were told we were 'just going to go out there and try, you might have to jump between gusts'!!! EXCELLENT!! Out we went with three nice bungy experts, who tried there best to ignore my fear and started playing Gloria Gaynor 'I will survive' and Tom Jones. As we got kitted up, I ...