Signalman's Cottage B & B

685 Nelson Rd , Hobart, Tasmania, 7007, Australia | B&B
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This B&B, located on 685 Nelson Rd , Hobart, is near Mount Nelson Lookout, Shot Tower, Sandy Bay, and South Hobart.
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    Sydney to Hawaii via New Zealand and Tahiti

    A travel blog entry by heatherj101 on Apr 07, 2014

    1 photo

    ... the cruise is hanging up ready for culling out the not needed and all repairs have been done. I so love this part of the holiday - the anticipation of getting away from life as I know it, sorting out what I really need to take as opposed to what I might need and going through lists and checking that everything is ready to go. So we are T minus 9 and ...

    Tarraleah to Hobart - day 6 130kms

    A travel blog entry by seankell on Mar 27, 2014

    3 photos

    ... breakfasting at 6.30am and rolling out at 7.30am. The temp was relatively mild at around 8 degrees but given the fog it was still chilly on the downhills. I forgot to check the altitude of Tarraleah but think it was 700-800 mtrs. The first 20km had plenty of ups and downs through the pristine native forests and given this was on the main highway we saw plenty of traffic as we progresses. A quick stop to fill up drinks/empty bladders (for zero ...

    Do's, Devils and Convicts

    A travel blog entry by therealdeal on Mar 02, 2014

    7 photos

    ... fed and see a bird show.
    We also saw quolls, wallabies and some Cape Barren Geese having a go at each other.
    They also have this dome where you crawl through a pipe and there is this clear dome in the Tassie Devils enclosure where you can get quite close to the feisty animals. We were lucky enough to experience this. It was amazing. Needless to say I ...

    Between the Devil and the Deep Blue Sea

    A travel blog entry by thecurries2012 on Feb 10, 2014

    281 photos

    ... home as a whole host of possums and wallabies that really don’t understand that cars and roads are not a good combination at night sat looking at us with wide eyes and eventually hopped off to the hedge. Seriously when is evolution going to teach this nitwits to get out of the road!

    On the road again the next morning to the little town of Triabunna, the largest township on the east coast with a massive population of 796, yup that’s right 796 ...

    Home sweet home

    A travel blog entry by alycetravels on Jan 31, 2014

    6 comments, 45 photos

    ... at a running/shuffling pace. I was carrying two big bags, two carved walking sticks and two bottles of Amarula. You can imagine how coordinated I looked. Of course we ran about 20m before we hit the back of the customs line. Neither of us felt comfortable pushing to the front of such a line as that may look a bit dodgy, so by the time we cleared customs, after telling the man my wooden items were fine and not to worry, I then had 30 minutes until my flight left! We spent ...