The Maldon

32 Brisbane St., PO Box 413, Launceston, Tasmania, 7250, Australia | B&B
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Roadkill - Chain Reaction Day 2

A travel blog entry by seankell

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... over the week because we are eating at EVERY break of about 1-2 hours.

I was one of the riders with the radios today - wow....the amount of additional info you get from car in front, car at back, other riders is phenomenal...its like you have so many extra eyes.

We rolled out of the bakery at 7.05am with not quite enough layers on for 6 degrees given we only had 10kms to roll before hitting an 18km hill. It ...

Onions

A travel blog entry by paulcripsey

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Flew to Launceston on the morning flight, very relaxed and friendly at Melbourne airport and also at Launceston where we were given an upgraded car and off to Perth where we met the onion farmers, Mike and fieldsman Jason. After coffee in a lovely old mill it was only a short drive to the shallot 'paddocks'! Took a while to remember that they were called paddocks not fields, same as the race horse paddocks we drove ...

Day 6

A travel blog entry by moorefamily5

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The weather was kind to us today and held out till we had lunch. We were up early and organised to get to the Tasmanian zoo at Launceston. We got to see tassie devils, quolls, various species of monkeys, wombats, snakes, crocs, emus and heaps of different birds. The highlight was the feeding of the devils and the penguins. They had a dinosaur walk which was interesting and great for photos. Lunch was a BBQ and then the ...

Vocational visit with Richard Matson

A travel blog entry by gse2013

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... similar in our jobs and companies. After that Richard and I visited 'chefs first choice'. They produce ready to cook meals and sauces. It was great for both me and Richard to see something totally different from what we do. After this we headed off to David Alps and his grocery store / deli. It was a great shop with many fresh and local products. David has a section with cakes and weeding cakes, fresh bread, ...

The Northern Coast of Tasmania

A travel blog entry by dmarek

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... from both ends of our unit but in the front there is a little patio area that runs along the street. In the back, you see the parking lot in front of you - no patio area - with the river in the background. They have made no effort, it seems, to take advantage of the location and views. Oh, well. We took a short walk around the dock to watch people fish - a man with several of his sons maybe and a young family with 3 small children including ...

Location

This B&B, located on 32 Brisbane St., PO Box 413, Launceston, is near City Park, The Tamar Valley, J. Boag & Son, and Tamar River Cruises.
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