Cumberland Lorne Resort
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- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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TravelPod Member ReviewsCumberland Lorne Resort
Disappointing to be out in to a dirty room but it was very quickly changed to a new room.
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Travel Blogs from Lorne
... drove through. One thing you can expect when driving in Australia, apart from being on the left side, is that there are tons of traffic circles. They typically have a traffic circle instead of stop lights. Seems fairly convenient. They also include tax on the price tag of an item. I like that, but I digress.
By midday we reached Port Campbell and I was brave enough to drink a Gatorade. So far, I remained anti-emetic. We also secured a ...
... into a German couple in a Mhome who we met on the Kangaroo Island Trip, and they were heading back to a campsite we passed earlier but we elected to press on. Ended up at a campsite at River Kennet after a beautiful drive next to the sea along the Great Ocean Road. What a find this campsite turned out. Loads of beautifully coloured birds and a koala bear up a tree next to our pitch. We eventually saw 2 Koalas on the site and another 3 on the road next to the site when we went for a ...
... driving round hairpin bends so to have both is perfect.
8. John bought me a tea towel in the Lorne visitors centre
Later we had a lovely dinner in their dining room and discovered when we got home that we weren't charged for it. We had a really good night's sleep and breakfast was amazing. The buffet had a whole honey comb on a stand and all sorts of interesting juices in litle shot glasses. I chose a green one...kiwi juice.
... we had a comfortable bed to sleep in and were served some amazing food. They were also nice enough to allow us to leave our extra things we did not require for Milford in their spare bedroom. We knew the van also needed an oil change and to be looked at and we should do it in Queenstown as we had a place to sleep in case the van needed to be left overnight. Chole was nice enough to contact a friend of hers who would do the work on the van for ...
... it all to you, that's Elaine' knitting buddy. Anyway, we travelled about 35k out of our way to a place called Cheswick. It was an old woollen mill turned tourist attraction with that Italian guy, Al Paka, and his seven mates roaming around. Apparently they spin the Al Paka wool and other material into cloth, make things from it and then sting the tourist with exorbitant ...