Princes Lodge Motel

73 Lefevre Terrace, Adelaide, South Australia, 5006, Australia
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Kangaroo Island-bush fires? Do we go?

by Kara1616

Hello,
I have arranged for a Sealink tour to Kangaroo Island the second week of January. With the recent bush fires, is this still safe? We could try to change our plans, but we leave for Australia this Friday.
Thanks,
Kara

Re: Kangaroo Island-bush fires? Do we go?

by Dabchick

I have just read this link in the Adelaide Advertiser, the fires seem to be under control or out now.
http://www.news.com.au/adelaidenow/story/0,22606,22936688-2682,00.html

Re: Kangaroo Island-bush fires? Do we go?

by gerrypmac

I would say it is now very very safe. A fair area was burnt from all reports and the fires had an impact, but it is quite a big island.There is a lot of open farmland, beaches,cleared rocky areas, limited but well sited accommodation apart from all the bushland and Flinders Chase National Park. So even during the height of the fires safety for the human inhabitants was never really an issue. A little different for the wildlife however. There is certainly no need to change plans, unless they are changed for you for whatever unforseen reason. Relax and enjoy the trip across to the island and the tour of the island.Best wishes

Re: Kangaroo Island-bush fires? Do we go?

by fionasydney

You should go. The landscape a few weeks after a bushfire is just beautiful -- the earth and tree trunks charcoal black with vivid green of the new growth coming through. There is still plenty to see and Kangaroo Island is such a special place -- all the best of natural Australia in a small space. I hope you love it.

Re: Kangaroo Island-bush fires? Do we go?

by lotombe

the beauty my have been altered but once the fire is under control, its just as safe as ever! the weather is even cooler meaning there is less threat of another bushfire, at least for now.
good luck and enjoy your stay in south australia.

Travel Tips for Adelaide

Hindley St.

by dlandt

Hindley is a street near the universities that has quite a few restaurants and shops. In general it seems to be the center of intellectual and nightlife in the city. If you wonder what pokies are, they are a low level gambling device similar to punchcards. Beyond that, there are various shops catering to different interests, incense, spices, etc. There is too much of an abundance of food here to give you a good description of each one. I spent a day wandering the bookstores without any knowledge of whether or not they are chains or local.

National War Memorial - The Spirit of Sacrifice

by hennanights

Adelaide's war memorial, on North Terrace, to commemorate those that died in the two world wars and other later ones. It was unveiled to the public in 1931. 75,000 turned out for the event. Made from granite, bronze and white marble, inside a crypt which bears the names of 5511 men who fell. Outside the bronze figures that kneel before the spirit of duty are a civilian farmer, a student and young girl. They are symbols of the spirit of everyday people who laid down their lives for their country. The other side there is the spirit of womanhood who bravely bared the loss her sons and husbands for the greater good. The bronze lions head fountain represents the continuous memory of those lost.

Gracious North Adelaide

by SPW

The Adelaide City Council has published a number of brochures for self guided walking tours of the city and surrounds. these are available at the Tourist Information booth in Rundle Mall or can be downloaded from:
http://www.adelaidecitycouncil.com/discover/visitor/walks_activities_trails.htm

During our walk around North Adelaide we came across many mansions, the Anglican Cathedral of St Peter, old hotels and shops and working men's cottages. A little of this is shown in the Travelogue.

Shop shop shop

by worm_star about Rundle Mall

This 'mall' is located along the Rundle Street. Various stores are lined up along this street. Great atmosphere. Pretty crowded with both locals and tourist ..but it's cool. There're heaps of stores there- from music stores to various clothes shops to shoe shops to gift/souvenir shops to.... anything! It depends, if you're planning to REALLY shop... You could spend to up to AUS$500. But i think it's average of AUS$100 - AUS$200.

Club Paradise in Adelaide

by PetStarr about Minke Bar

Minke is about as close to club perfection as you can get in Adelaide. Having said that, it does have its off nights (but doesn't everywhere?). Multi levels of music cater to most people's tastes, with a heavy focus on funk and hip hop on the ground floor and techno, trance and d&b on the top floor (also called Skylab). One door price (usually about $10, more expensive than most clubs) will get you into both levels. Stays open until about 5-6am on Fri/Sat. No particular dress code, but avoid thongs and shorts and touristy clothes.

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