Edinburgh Gallery Bed and Breakfast
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... this time) to Constitution Dock on the waterfront, where the yacht I crewed on was berthed all those years ago after taking line honours in the Sydney to Hobart yacht race. The Wooden Boat Show was in full swing which captured an ambiance of old Hobart Town. Its wharfs lined with tall sailing ships and steam ferries now restored by boating enthusiasts. And in the background an enormous modern passenger liner stacked high with desks looking so out-of-place as Hobart has a charming ...
... another random mountain. We've learned to never assume anything, we're usually wrong. I didn't realize how high we were actually driving until I looked over and was eye level with some clouds. The 1200m peak overlooked all of Hobart and the surrounding area. It had more of a desert feel up there with all the rocks being an orange colour, no trees for shade, and geckos everywhere. This hike was a little more rugged than the others as there wasn't a set footpath. You made your own ...
... We overnighted at Terraleah - a town built to service the building and the running of the nearby Hydroelectric plant built in the 1930s. By 2004 the place was empty and a family bought the whole town and set about making it a tourist destination and to fantastic effect. Wednesday 4 February Mt Field After checking out the great engineering works of the Hydro we travelled to Mt Field for a feast of natural beauty with walks taking in the waterfalls and the Swamp ...
... was founded in 1804.
Hobart's port is 3 blocks from the city centre which is rather unique, similar to Auckland and Sydney. We travelled up the Derwent River, past the Tasman bridge and over Bridgewater Bridge and Causeway, the 1st bridge built by the British across the river in 1829. We saw numerous brick houses, which despite the availability of wood, were built courtesy of bank financing ...
... groceries for the week.
On Monday we headed back into the city for The Taste of Tasmania. We called into a coin collecting shop on the way and the kids had a ball looking around. We also got them all a display book to put their coin collections in and Mikki, Jack and Keiran all bought some old $1, $2, $5, $10 and $20 notes to add to their collections. We got to The Taste just after it opened at 11am and had a ...