Battery Point Guest House
No prices found through our partners. Please contact the business directly or check some of our recommended alternatives.
TripAdvisor Reviews Battery Point Guest House Hobart
Travel Blogs from Hobart
... the main tourism photos used for Tasmania. We did a couple of other lookouts and then drove down to Hobart. Hobart is the capital but again, a fairly small city. We drove up to mount Wellington to get great views right over the city and mountains surrounding. The following day we browsed at Salamanca markets and then in the afternoon went on a brewery tour at Cascade brewery. To begin with in their bar, we had a beer ...
... scrap metal places in Tassie
but we have seen some. We found an op shop at Rokeby and also a second hand
shop. We picked up a couple of pieces cheap.
We got home reasonable and we sorted out the new poles for
Now to decide where to go tomorrow…… New Norfolk and the
Gordon dam or Bruny Island
Weather is still not nice, rain threatening and very
... 40 feet into the air. The Arch, an area that had been worn away by the sea from both sides to create an archway joining the two areas of coast, and the Devils Kitchen. A massive gorge at least 120 feet high. This would provide us with an hours entertainment, walking around these areas and just enjoying the beauty of the place. After a few picture opportunities we had the next important decision to make, where would be camp? We settled on "The Buckland Inn". A pub located just off ...
... a questionable look from some, and pat-on-the-back from Bill, as his experience had taught him that whichever way you're towing a caravan the wind's against you. One advantage of towing a van means one can unhitch the car or tow vehicle, referred to as 'the tug' and tour the surrounding countryside, while the van remains safe and secure in a caravan park. The first leg of my tour found me exploring the northern coastline discovering one seaside village after another. Lingering ...
... Basically the baddest of the bad asses. Unfortunately it started to rain so we decided to head back to Hobart and just read Port Arthur's wiki page. Quite informative. If you haven't heard of the Port Arthur Massacre of 1996, give it a read. There are some conspiracy theories that say the government was behind the massacre so that anti-gun laws in the state would be passed. After reading a bunch into it, it doesn't seem so far fetched. Trivia night - the one and only way to ...
Other places to stay in Hobart
51 - 53 Sandy Bay Road, Hobart | B&Bfrom $156
211 Macquarie St, Hobart | B&Bfrom $72
391 Sandy Bay Rd, Hobart | B&Bfrom $110
452 Elizabeth St, Hobart | B&Bfrom $132
80 New Town Road, Hobart | B&Bfrom $109