Boronia Peaks Villas
How has this villa rated in the past?
TravelPod Member ReviewsBoronia Peaks Villas Halls Gap
We could not believe what thought had gone into providing guests with every facility.
This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of TravelPod.com.
TripAdvisor Reviews Boronia Peaks Villas Halls Gap
Travel Blogs from Halls Gap
... in front of our door as you can sort of see with Gary opening the door. I stepped on one's tail and that seemed to move off the pack so we could get in. I can see how a novelty can become a pain quite quickly. Besides the bath tub sign there is also a huge sign saying DO NOT FEED THE WILDLIFE...I get it. Is the bath tub negotiable?
Xo xo to Paige, Charlie and Reggie. Hugs Gill. Tell me how the birthday party went.
... the Eureka Flag has become a national symbol.
Enough of that. We went on to the Gold Museum which had some interesting exhibits but not a lot of actual gold. We then began the long drive to Stawell, just outside The Grampians National Park. We were in a caravan for the night in Stawell and we were pretty sure we were going to wake up with a new tree feature in the room as the wind was playing hell outside.
... was a 9k hike at that! It's never good to get sick while traveling, but I assumed that during 2.5 months, something was going to happen. I can only hope this will be my only hiccup, but I am not going to bet any money on that one. Good thing I took tons of pictures since it was the only hike I got to do.
As a side note, at this point, I have been one week sober from all caffeine. Not just diet coke, but also coffee. I’m going for a ...
... along the road. No rain yesterday and Saturday dawns bright and sunny. The days journey begins at the Sundial car park with a short walk to Lakeview point and yes Lake Bellfield shimmers below. The track continues along the clifftop past unusual rock formations before arriving at the Pinnacle for morning tea. Back to the car park and while some continue on to Sundial Peak we are about to tackle Mt Rosea. On arrival at the car park we are surprised to discover it is ...
... 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 ...