Wandin Hunter Valley

Address: 12 Wilderness Road, Lovedale, Hunter Valley, New South Wales, 2320, Australia | 4 star ranch
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This 4 star ranch, located on 12 Wilderness Road, Lovedale, is near Carindale Wines, Moorebank Vineyard, Gartlemann, and Wandin Valley Estate.
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Travel Blogs from Lovedale

Whale watching adventure

A travel blog entry by kiladoug on Jun 16, 2014

... well (we even got some to take with us for out journey :) ). We had planned that we would spend just one night in Medowie and then head further north towards Bryon Bay. But as the craic and the hospitality were so good we decided to stay another night. Michelle and Grahame had also recommended to us that we could go whale watching about 30mins drive away in Port Nelson, so that was the deal breaker, we decided that we should defiantly stay another night and go whale watching ...

Post script: world events while exploring India

A travel blog entry by ian_parnaby on Apr 12, 2014

... Many rallies, vehicles broadcasting political messages and heaps of exposure on local TV. It was later to be revealed that Nahendra Modi was to win the election in a landslide. The formerly powerful Congress Party (the one which Mahatma Gandhi founded), had been ...

Time for more family

A travel blog entry by ellenlouise on Mar 16, 2014

... of water on the road etc. All I could do was focus on the road and listen to the GPS which I hoped was taking me the right way as I had no idea where I was going and had trouble finding signs to check for my route. When the storm finally eased off I was out of the city area and onto the Freeway to Newcastle.
The scenery was quite nice and the freeway makes travelling through the hilly country much easier than I am sure it used to be. ...

Newcastle 20th-23rd Sep - Priya

A travel blog entry by priyaandpeter on Sep 20, 2013

34 photos

... to climb. It was not a long walk to the summit but worth taking time over: the first part was along a neat red-brick pathway, eucalyptus trees with their silvery-green leaves shimmering in the sunshine on every side. The air seemed very clear and I was sure I could occasionally catch the scent of the eucalyptus: very refreshing! We soon reached a steel staircase and along the stretches of metal walkway above, breaks in the trees would reveal breath-taking views out over the ...

Six months down the line.

A travel blog entry by magsandsi on Mar 03, 2013

3 comments, 30 photos

... we ate well, drank a bit and spent a lot of time on the beach. Beercan chicken, damper bread, lime and coconut prawns, fresh lobster..... we had a french couple staying with us and each day we'd come home to cakes and flans all delicately prepared in our kitchen. For Christmas spirit there were xmas carols in the park in the evening complete with fireworks. Not sure though that Santa hats with white vested Aussie blokes really sets christmas up here ...