Sails on Port Sorell

Address: 54 Rice St, Port Sorell, Tasmania, 7307 , Australia | 4 star b&b
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This 4 star B&B is located on 54 Rice St, Port Sorell.
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      Succumbed to the delights of fan heater

      A travel blog entry by chookey1956 on Mar 19, 2015

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      We found great memorabilia and all the traditional 50s fare, burgers, fries, ice cream, sodas, spiders and milkshakes at the Old 50s Diner Deloraine with new friends on our last day there.
      Then we headed NE with Harold and Annie to Port Sorell and the warmth of a caravan park. The boys enjoyed a few trips of saltwater fishing and we all enjoyed many meals of Flathead and Wrass.


      Yoga retreat

      A travel blog entry by terryandlauren on Dec 06, 2014

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      ... br> Day 8: 10am We head out on the bikes to the nearest town where you can do tastings for honey and fudge. Chudleigh is 12km away and as it's rather hot, we stop in every shady spot we can – this is lovely as there aren't that many. It takes us 45 minutes to cycle there and only 5 minutes to neck the ice-creams – our reward of course. There's a market on and the town is busy, the honey shop is packed but we weave our way through the crowds to taste as many ...

      Heading to south Tasmania

      A travel blog entry by larry-jan on Feb 28, 2014

      1 comment, 14 photos

      ... falls , a 3 tier waterfall ,Horseshoe falls, Lady Baron falls.

      Camping here you have to have your parks pass, which we have a 2 month one for all National parks, then pay to camp depending on facilities, this one has very hot showers, laundry and power so pay $10 for night.
      The park has 13 plant species recorded as rare in Tassie, is habitat for eastern barred bandicoot, 4 invertebrates listed as threatened or ...


      A travel blog entry by denisemilburn on Jan 18, 2014

      ... best - unfortunately there was still no sign of snow and none forecast! However, undaunted we set out to discover as much of the area as time permitted. We had early starts to our day as we were woken around 5am to the high heeled shoes of the Boarding House Head on the corridor floor and strident Polish voices outside our door. We explored the cobblestoned streets and alleyways, sampling the gluwein and market food and visiting some of Lily's ...


      A travel blog entry by ian-tracey on Dec 11, 2013

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      Time to leave Tasmania. Travelled from Deloraine this morning, after stopping at the Information Centre, along to look out to the ranges and see SNOW on them, which fell last night. It was then onto Devonport for an early lunch then went and watched a movie, waiting to board the boat at ...

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