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William Macintosh Motor Lodge - Naracoorte Hotels

William Macintosh Motor Lodge

Corner of Messamurry Road, Naracoorte - Map
 
 
4.5 out of 5 (2 reviews)
Naracoorte Hotel Motel - Naracoorte Hotels

Naracoorte Hotel Motel

73 Ormerod Street, Naracoorte - Map
 
 
We needed somewhere cheap and comfortable close to the centre of Mt Gambier. The owner was very helpful when I asked about good places to eat. Will definitely return. If you want all the mod cons, this isn't it but if you want a comfortable clean room. This is it.
A Traveller

Top Hotels Near Naracoorte

Coonawarra Motor Lodge - Penola Hotels
Rating: 3.5 Stars

Coonawarra Motor Lodge

114 Church Street, Penola - Map
 
 
"Walking distance to the cafes and shops"
Overnight stay which was very comfortable. Room very pleasant, had excellent heating, electric blankets and clean.
Traveller from Beachport
Alexander Cameron Suites - Penola Hotels
Rating: 4.0 Stars

Alexander Cameron Suites

23-25 Church Street, Penola - Map
 
 
Quiet room , spacious and comfortable. Close to all facilities in Penola. Very enjoyable stay
A Traveller

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    Pocket Guide: Naracoorte

    Never been to Naracoorte? For a perfect getaway or an ideal stopover destination, Naracoorte is in the beautiful Limestone Coast region of South Australia. It’s a 336 kilometres drive south-east of Adelaide and 100 kilometres north of Mount Gambier. Our Naracoorte accommodation is ideal for exploring this unique area.

    Settled in 1847, Naracoorte is thought to be an aboriginal word, meaning place of running water or large waterhole. The town grew during rapidly during the 1850s due to its location between Adelaide and Melbourne, conveniently situated to provide services for prospectors going to and from the Victorian goldfields.

    Major attractions in the area are the Naracoorte Caves National Park and the Wonambi Fossil Centre. The 26 world-famous caves are important fossil sites and some are even scientific research centers. You can tour some of the more spectacular ones which house the remains of prehistoric birds and extinct Australian megafauna, and stunning stalactite displays, particularly in Alexandra Cave. Using infra-red technology, you can also see the original Bat Cave. No caped crusaders, but thousands of breeding bats. Above ground, you can take nature walks on bush tracks and visit the excellent Sheep's Back Museum, featuring the rural activities of the region.

    And for lovers of wine there is the Coonawarra region, right on Naracoorte’s doorstep. Dozens of wineries are clustered along a stretch of limestone country on either side of the Riddoch Highway. You can taste, explore and buy at the cellar doors. Many offer superb fine dining and casual lunches. Warning! You might not want to leave.

    If you want to venture from your Naracoorte base, there are easy day trips to enjoy. Only 21 kilometres away, the protected Bool Lagoon and Hack Lagoon wetlands and game conservation parks are must-see places and absolute paradises for bird lovers. One hour’s drive west will take you to the coastal town of Robe. In this pretty fishing town you can walk, surf and see the sights.

    You’ll never forget your visit to Naracoorte. Book your Adelaide flights and Naracoorte hotels now and see what the South East has to offer you.

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