Warrenmang Vineyard & Resort

Address: Mountain Creek Road, Moonambel, Victoria, 3478, Australia | Resort
 
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This resort, located on Mountain Creek Road, Moonambel, is near Taltarni Vineyards, Warrenmang Vineyard, and Dalwhinnie.
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      Travel Blogs from Moonambel

      Back on the move: Last ride from Terang to Ararat

      A travel blog entry by cyclist123 on Dec 06, 2013

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      ... what a lifesaver! He seemed surprised that I just wanted plain toast though! I chatted with him a little about my current situation. Unexpectedly, he seemed to have some knowledge of the trains, and reckoned they only ran from Melbourne to Adelaide on Tuesdays and Saturdays. I'd seen from my map that a town called Ararat was on this line, and probably only 65 miles away. I should be able to get there in a day and a half or so! Saturday travel would be just fine, as my cricket ...

      Ararat

      A travel blog entry by ian-tracey on Oct 28, 2013

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      ... was Ararat, to get supplies, and get info at the information centre about The Grampians. We were going to Halls Gap tonight, but after having lunch at the RSL in town, we decided to camp by a nice little lake just out of town, then will head to Halls Gap ...

      The Hard Road

      A travel blog entry by piholland on Apr 26, 2013

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      ... first proper small mountain, just shy off 1000 meters where I had amazing views of the Grampians and surrounding flats. Mount Buangor had even more challenging walks, for a area that looks pretty flat on the map the 5hr sugar-loaf circuit was one of the hardest I've ever done.


      No real incidents other than after a big walk we drank to much port by the fire, resulting in Sharon going out for a late night toilet visit where she totally lost ...

      After the Swagman was fixed.....

      A travel blog entry by pauline8 on Dec 22, 2012

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      ... camped Friday night at 3kms east of Ararat on the edge of a lake called Green Hill Lake. It is really pretty and has heaps of room. We had a bacon and eggs beaky for the first time on the road. Then we biked into town for coffee. This is the first time we have ridden the bikes. Packed up and on the last 194 Kms to Melbourne. Got to our park around 2.00 - finally ! The park is a Big4, really big and clean Total ...

      Oh how wonderful to see the family

      A travel blog entry by wherrol on Apr 21, 2011

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      The drive today was fantastic visiting areas that we had visited en-route to Western Australia. Many of these areas were flooded when we went past a few months before. Driveways washed out and all. However now the water has receded the fields are green. Still ponds of water, still problems with mozzies but the rivers and streams are filled for ...