Signalman's Cottage B & B

Address: 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 Runnymede.
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    Melbourne to Tasmania

    A travel blog entry by mikecharl on May 06, 2015

    2 comments, 13 photos

    ... needed sleep. Great park but the strangest ablutions that are built in water storage tanks. We had to switch on the heater to defrost ourselves before an early supper and early to bed.

    Next morning we attempted an exercise walk but gave up due to lack of paths. Back for a shower and brekkie and set sights on a trip to the Tasman Peninsula. Sorell, Dunalley, Eaglehawk Neck and Pirate Bay to see the tessellated pavement. Onward to ...

    Tasmania - The Jimi Hendrix Experience

    A travel blog entry by davidjhutchison on Apr 09, 2015

    31 photos

    ... we had done that not everyone has. The Southport motel is the only thing of interest in southport for one reason. It's the most southerly pub in Australia. Needless to say we all had a drink to say we had. That means that I have drank at Australia's most southerner pub at South Port, Tasmania, and Australasia's most southerly pub at Oban, Stewart Island, New Zealand. We decided it was our plan to camp at a little town called Franklin, which isn't too far from Hobart, it's famous ...

    Cruise to nowhere

    A travel blog entry by gypsyskinners on Mar 26, 2015

    8 photos

    ... some cleaning issues, a matress that feels like a sack of sharp rocks and the odd ant infestation). The beach is (technically) very, very close and you can see the wild, whitecapped waves from your bed and everywhere else; but the thing she fails to mention, and the ingeniously placed photos on the website neatly conceal, is that the 'beach' looks like the overspill from a quarry, is unreachable without a risky, ankle-snapping climb and is utterly unswimmable. There is ...


    A travel blog entry by jillmac on Mar 14, 2015

    13 photos

    Back in Hobart today after leaving our lovely White beach cabin. We discovered another historical place which was a coal mine settlement manned by convicts from the Port Arthur prison. It was perched high on the cliffs on the other side of the penninsula from Port Arthur and was scattered throughout a large area of bush overlooking the sea. A lot of the houses that used to be there were ...

    Tasmania - where there's only 3 types of snakes...

    A travel blog entry by cnudo on Feb 17, 2015

    3 comments, 9 photos

    ... of my phobias, great. As we trekked around we ended up on a couple wicked suspension bridges, and hovered above a river below. These were the parts I took a break from surveying the ground that I was walking on for snakes, but where Sam confronted her fears of heights. We are quite the pair of messes, haha. Eventually we ended on the actual Airwalk, which is about 100ft in the air, and you're literally walking in the trees. There was one portion that suspends out upon ...