Willow Lodge

Address: 119 Kings Street, Scottsdale, Tasmania, 7260, Australia | B&B
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This B&B is located on 119 Kings Street, Scottsdale.
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    Travel Blogs from Scottsdale

    Launceston and the Tamar Valley

    A travel blog entry by wherrol on Dec 16, 2014

    1 comment, 6 photos

    ... and other goodies. Oh well if that is the only downside it ain't too bad.

    About two pm we headed out aiming for our campsite about 35 km away. A lovely journey through more picturesque countryside. The campsite is amazing, right next to a trickling, rushing babbling brook. Well actually it is the river that feeds Launceston. However, in this instance, it is just starting and looked like a stream. Myrtle ...

    Her Story

    A travel blog entry by saw_itt on Apr 22, 2014

    1 comment, 15 photos

    ... br> The site itself it pretty barren, you really need to go on the guided tour or do the Her Story tour to get a good understanding of the site.

    So with the tour over, and our questions answered we were back on the road. Destination was Liffey Falls, via the Midland Hwy and the turning off onto the Highland Lakes Road (Jan who was still recovering from the section of road that did not appear on her maps warned us there was gravel roads ahead). ...

    Cradle Mountain to Launceston

    A travel blog entry by maryleabyrd on Oct 16, 2013

    10 photos

    ... chicken wire which provided much better footing than wet wood. The terrain was along a river, close enough to heart he rushing water but not to actually see it. There was a lot of button grass and a few trees. In areas closer to the water there were also some trees. Most of the animals are nocturnal but we were able to sight a few wallabies and a wombat and several of the local birds. We were very lucky because ...

    St Helen's, Bay of Fires etc....

    A travel blog entry by vankrusing on Mar 22, 2013

    12 photos

    Week 5 – 5/3/13 to
    12/3/13 – St Helens, Bay of Fires etc….

    St Helens is at the northern end of the east coast and is the
    Game Fishing capital of Tasmania. It's a
    lovely seaside town that has everything you need and it’s also the gateway to
    the Bay of Fires, which is well known to travellers.

    There are a lot of beach camping spots along the Bay of Fires
    to choose from so we dropped the ...

    Vocational visit: Launceston General Hospital

    A travel blog entry by gse2013 on Mar 14, 2013

    7 photos

    Rasmus met with Grant Smith. The director of Department of Health and Human Services. Before I (Rasmus) even met Grant I had my first positive experience with the public hospital in Launceston: Waiting rooms are often uninspiring. To deal with that they had simply just put out a big jigsaw puzzle for everyone to put together. Clever! After a few bricks put in right place in the puzzles I was shown my way to ...