Explorers Lodge

105 Derwent Terrace, New Norfolk, Tasmania, 7140 , Australia | B&B
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This B&B, located on 105 Derwent Terrace, New Norfolk, is near Salmon Ponds.
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    TripAdvisor Reviews Explorers Lodge New Norfolk

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    Travel Blogs from New Norfolk

    Day 52 - Franklin to New Norfolk

    A travel blog entry by ambro0 on Jan 18, 2014

    11 photos

    After saying farewell to Jo and Brendan, we pulled out of the Franklin Camping Ground at almost 10am. As this was our fourth night in this campground, it was free of charge!. Jo and Brendon are heading off to Dover for 3 nights to take in the sites and attractions down where we have just been. Next weekend, they will catch up with their nephew in Hobart and then they will head over to Queenstown and up the West Coast. They catch the Spirit ...

    Day 39

    A travel blog entry by mattjhorsham on Jan 05, 2014

    2 photos

    ... was replaced by winding roads through farmland and rolling hills. We arrived on the outskirts of Hobart and were surprised how quiet the roads were, we found our hotel with ease and checked into the very small room. Once we had got our bags to the room we headed out to explore, we had heard there were good views from the top of Mount Wellington so we headed there, after a ...

    Exploring Port Arthur and surrounds!

    A travel blog entry by marlenesmith on Oct 20, 2013

    4 comments, 4 photos

    First of all I have to mention last night. We went to a restaurant called Charcoal which is attached to our hotel and we had tapas for the first time. It was really good, lots of little things including oysters, blue swimmer crab pâté and a delicious lamb cutlet. It was so good we couldn't share, we had to order another one. Went back there for breakfast this morning and had bacon and eggs and coffee ...

    Catching up with friends

    A travel blog entry by waymez on Jul 21, 2013

    47 photos

    ... a look at Lake Burbury. This man made lake takes up a massive 54 square kilometres. Its waters feed the John Butters Hydroelectric Power Station. The lake is surrounded by mountains and the view is spectacular - on a fine day - especially when crossing the Bradshaw Bridge. Unfortunately, we had the rainy, grey, cloudy day blocking any view other than that of the road.
    Our next stop along the highway was at Nelson Falls. We did not stop here on our last trip ...

    Messages from the girls (iv) - Wed 10 July

    A travel blog entry by akgirlschoir on Jul 10, 2013

    3 comments

    ... tidy people (make no comment, please mother darling). Therefore, we have put into place the Kuri Approved Child-Free Zone, which has several exceptions but generally has given those girls over fourteen a place to go when they need space. This has a positive impact on our hauora, in particular the social well being aspect.

    Tomorrow, all of you beautiful followers should look out for our own Quotes from Hot Stuff. Such fun!

    GoodKnight (PUUNNN)
    MONIQUE AND HOPE XOXOXOX
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