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accommodation port augusta Budget Motel  discount cheap motels cheap Experience comfort at a Port Augusta motel. Stay at The crossroads ecomotel a charming motel in Port Augusta with quality amenities & services sure to please.The family-owned and operated Crossroads Ecomotel at 45 Eyre HighwayThe Crossroads Ecomotel is situated on Highway One, about 100m from the main junction where the Eyre Highway intersects with the Stuart Highway  (just opposite the Shell Service Station as you enter from perth or Darwin

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Port Augusta offers a unique guest experience. Built in 2014, from environmentally responsible natural products such as rammed earth, the energy efficient buildings offer quality accommodation at an affordable price. Double-glazing and foam insulated panels keep the heat and noise out and provide a comfort  

 is just a short 15 min stroll.Take advantage of the modern buildings -bathrooms and super comfortable bedsBook Now or call us (61) 08 8642 2540  after a long drive. Relax and watch the 40” flat screen TV or hook up to the free WiFi and browse the Internet. Enjoy a real coffee and the the cheapest accommodation and quality rooms homely atmosphere of the large guest reception area.Cook a BBQ and relax    

 , in the large outdoor al-fresco area or walk to local pubs or into town for shopping and a meal.Port Augusta is a significant Email Us: stop-over point for both business and recreational travellers.Port Augusta coming from Perth or Darwin). a combination of rammed earth for temperature stability and Structural Insulated foam Panels and double glazing for insulation and soundproofing, large eves for shading Heat Pumps with continuous flow technology so no wasting water while waiting for the hot water to arrive LED lighting Arid smart garden supplied by rain water Solar panels Environmentally friendly cleaning products and bathroom amenities Up-cycled leather lounges Ecomotel aims to honor Aboriginal culture and its unique relationship with nature