Airlie on the Square
No availability found through our partners. Please contact the business directly or check some of our recommended alternatives.
TripAdvisor Reviews Airlie on the Square Launceston
Travel Blogs from Launceston
... notwithstanding any protestations of the aboriginal peoples. This island state is named after Abel Tasman the Dutch explorer who landed here in 1642. He called it Anthony Van Diemen's land, the British renamed it Tasmania.
We paid our entry fee to the park and were advised that we were about to embark on probably the most difficult walk we would likely encounter on Tasmania. I have to believe that was a slight understatement, as it was a ...
... asked Di M whether she needed help getting off the plane, must have been all that wine, he thought she was a special needs person. Arrive at Hong Kong airport at 6pm Hong Kong time 8pm EST. Picked up by tour east to go to Hotel Courtyard by Marriott. Freshened up and set off in a taxi to a posh roof top bar Savv? For young ones. One paid $41 and the other $31, our first and hopefully only time we get ripped off. ...
... The kangaroos were definitely a highlight. I watched another feeding as well. This one was for the koalas and wombats. I got to both of these animals as well. I am slowly getting closer to holding a koala! I
loved getting to see the animals so closely.
To end the weekend, I drove to Leven canyon for a short walk and some stunning views. It didn’t disappoint in the views department! Tasmania continues to impress!
... same CD and another bowl of muesli later we were ready to climb another Mountain. On our travels we saw a snake, a wombat, lizards and loads of birds. We also saw Chinese people who always climb mountains with massive cameras, wearing totally inappropriate clothes and footwear going off route. No wonder they're always almost dying on Bondi Beach rescue. A hop, skip and step up and past Crater lake, Dove lake, Wombat pool (not made up) and we had a date with Marion at her ...
... We decided to brave one when we arrived. It was an amazing 2 hour hike right up and around two beautiful waterfalls, Champagne falls and Creek Falls. We were pretty knackered out after that and as there was nowhere else apart from the cabin for food we decided to grin and bear the pricey dinner.. In the end I'd do it again. The steaks, fish, cheese and wine were all unbelievably good. We ...
Other places to stay in Launceston
Corner 17 Adelaide & 18 High Street, Launceston | B&Bfrom $144
83a Riverside Dr, Launceston | B&Bfrom $137
193 George St, Launceston | B&Bfrom $100
141a George Street, Launceston | B&Bfrom $118
32 High Street, Launceston | B&Bfrom $146
64 York Street, Launceston | B&Bfrom $128
202 Freshwater Pt Rd, Launceston | 3 star b&b$113 average