- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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TravelPod Member ReviewsBoroka Downs Halls Gap
We stayed several nights in the secluded cottage at Boroka Downs. The cottage contains everything you can think and is nicely decorated. It was great to see the kangaroos hopping by while sitting outside and enjoyed the wildlife tour through the estate that was offered. Bob and Stephanie were quite friendly and we were happy to find internet available in the cottage. Overall a fabulous experience!
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Travel Blogs from Halls Gap
... hike there was a field filled with, pause, kangaroos!! I was delighted! I again proceeded to take a million photos. I go nuts for marsupials! The weather was wonderful and the hike was very refreshing after spending lots of time in the car.
After a long drive and a hike, what could be better than a delicious burger and fries (chips as they are frequently called here) and a banana milk shake? What a treat that all the restaurants (4 ...
... And a drive through the mountains passing Silverband Falls and the Dam wall at Lake Bellfield. After we got back to camp, Steve and I rode 10 Kms to the town of Halls Gap and back, a good ride with a lot of small hills. I arrived back with a few bruises to knees and bottom after taking a turn to quickly and falling off my bike. Fortunately no real damage done to me or bike. A good ...
... the story of Saint Mary of the Cross Mackillop and Father Julian Tenison Woods and in particular telling of their time in Penola during the 1860s. I was also able to walk through the first Josephite schoolhouse in which Mary Mackillop taught and lived in 1867, having previously taught in a modified stable formerly located at Mary Mackillop Park.
From there we travelled across the border and stopped in our ...
... for a short 30min walk. There is layered sandstone as with the Northern Territory. Although there isn't the iron here so it is grey. Within a few meters of starting you see the amazing landscape looking out across acres of forest. It is truly amazing, tress for miles, see pic. We head back on the road and to out accommodation.
This isn't like any hostel I'm aware of. Lovely big chiminea style glass fire in the living room, U-shape sofa. We settle in a watch the Miley Cirrus ...
... Apostles. The pictures speak for themselves. Our last pit stop along the way is to hopefully see some koalas and birds. I'm not the biggest bird fan but if you are Australia is the place to see them. Large, loud, colourful and plenty of them. Everywhere! But of course my interest is in the koalas. And I am not disappointed. There are several in the trees but one in particular is in a low tree and quite active. Yippee. I am ...