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Great Ocean Road Beachfront Motel is situated 150m south of the bridge. At the Western end of The Great Ocean Road, nestled between the Bay of Islands Coastal Park, and Port Campbell National Park. At Peterborough there is fishing, golf, tennis, a kids' playground and ample of unspoilt beaches with excellent surfing. There are 12 units with no smoking indoors. A minimum booking may apply at certain holiday times.
Situated between Port Campbell National Park and the Bay of Islands Coastal Park with spectacular coastal scenery. Walk over the Great Ocean Road to the foreshore park with magnificent beaches, clifftop golf course, tennis courts and fishing. Rooms have air conditioned, queen size beds, hair dryers, couches, irons. The fully licensed Hotel has a bistro and grill, lounge, bar, ATM, pool table, video games, music and cappuccino bar.
Built in 1891 and site of the town's first business, a blacksmith's shop in 1878, the heritage style Railway Hotel Motel offers friendly old fashioned service at affordable prices. In recent years the Hotel has been totally refurbished, carefully retaining its structural charm and elegance but able to offer all modern facilities. The 100 seat Bistro is open for meals seven days a week. Facilities include 5 motel units and 15 hotel rooms: (2 ensuite, 3 deluxe, 10 standard.) Backpacker/budget accommodation also available. Room facilities include: tea/coffee making facilities, fridge, shower, hair dryer, queen size beds, electric blankets, heating, air-conditioning, direct dial phone (ISD/STD), mini bar. Spa bath available. Hotel Motel facilities include: Reception 7am-10pm, licensed restaurant open 7 days, bar, cooked/continental breakfast, evening meals, room service 7.30am-10pm, conference facilities, fax, lounge, gaming room, laundry, tour booking desk.
Peterborough Motor Inn boasts 27 well appointed ground floor studio units, serviced daily. Genuine country hospitality situated in a quiet location away from the main street. Rooms include Tea/coffee making facilities, fridge, ensuite, spa bath (1 unit), queen size bed, direct dial phone (ISD/STD), TV, electric blankets, air-conditioning and ironing facilities. Property facilities include: Cooked/continental breakfast available, licensed restaurant, conference facilities, swimming pool, laundry, ample parking, tour booking and information desk.
Our Park is an ideal place to use as your base on the Great Ocean Road.
Great Ocean Road Tourist Park features Riverfront, Spa, Deluxe and Ensuite cabins, as well as powered and unpowered sites in a picturesque, tranquil setting.
The Park is situated on the Great Ocean Road in Peterborough, right on the banks of the Curdies River Inlet.
On the eastern side of the river mouth is Port Campbell National Park and on the western side of Peterborough is the Bay of Islands Coastal Park.
Both are characterised by sheer limestone cliffs, offshore islands, towering rock stacks, gorges, arches, blowholes and other striking rock formations.
The Park is a member of the Top Tourist Parks of Australia chain and offers discounts to all members.
Welcome to Willangi Bush Escapes in the picturesque Southern Flinders Rangers just 2 hours from Gawler.
Pronounced: will an jee, Willangi is an Aboriginal word meaning The Wind.
Willangi is a working 9500 acre grazing and cropping property with a focus on cell grazing and pasture cropping. Willangi is situated 15 km North of Peterborough on the Dawson road.
We invite you to come and experience the peace, tranquility of the bush.
There are a number of unique flora and fauna species that can be seen on Willangi.
You can try out your 4WD on one of our many 4wd tracks, go for a walk through and valleys and over our many hills, children can play in and explore the sandy creeks, or you can just you could sit quietly and enjoy bird watching. How about go for a drive to visit numerous other local attractions.
Peterborough, (or Petersburg as it was known until 1918) was settled to service the agricultural and pastoral endeavours of the 1870s. A Mr William Heithersay was the first person to start a business venture up, when in 1878 he built a blacksmith shop. Several other ventures by other people soon followed. There are two theories as to how the town got its name. One is that it was named after Mr Peter Doecke, the original owner of the land on which the town was built. The other, that it was named after 'Peters Store', the first General Store in town.