Fiona's Bed and Breakfast - Launceston B&B
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Continental Breakfast
- Free parking
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... Cataracts Gorge within walking distance of the town centre. This offers wilderness trails, scenic walks, cafés, peacocks, a suspension bridge, the longest
single-span chairlift in the world, waterfalls and a natural basin - plus a huge outdoor swimming pool which is FREE.
True, we couldn’t have been here on a better day – 26 degrees and a light breeze trying to blow your sunhat into the Tamar – but it is a very well presented town. We took ...
... tour was very interesting even though I don't drink. Tour went for an hour. Too many facts & figures to fill in. But they bottle 900 bottles a minute. At the end we taste tested Premium, Red pale & The Wizard. Strong taste. Along with a cheese tasting. I had an apple & raspberry mineral water instead. I did sip & shudder at the taste of Jay's ...
On the edge of Launceston there is the very picturesque Cataract Gorge which was a lovely walk and great way to round off a couple of good days with great people. At the weekend, the Dunham's took me up to Stanley on the north east coast. Here, The Nut is an outcrop of rock which sticks out off the coastline offering views of the surrounding area. Even with a slight haze you could see the nearby bays. The day was as ...
Nice morning so drove up to Greens beach on North Coast, beautiful almost deserted beach. Drove back and stopped at Australian War Memorial at Beaconsfield. Tasting at Velo winery, small compact winery, only 6 Acres apparently for sale only 1.2 million AUD! Dinner tonight at home with ...
We stayed at Gravelly Beach Rest Area which is a free camp spot on the Tamar river and approx 23 klms from Launceston. We had some nice Kangaroo steak on the bbq and picked some oysters off the river banks to use as bait for a spot of fishing afterwards. Since arriving in Tassie, I have been trying to find a bakery that sells the highly recommended 'Scallop Pie' but no luck as yet. So far, we have tried about half a dozen places with ...