D'Entrecasteaux

Address: 77 Howden Road, Howden, Hobart, Tasmania, 62520, Australia | Hotel
 
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Location

This hotel, located on 77 Howden Road, Howden, Hobart, is near Louisa's Walk, Shot Tower, Inverawe Native Gardens, and Tinderbox Marine Nature Reserve.
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Travel Blogs from Hobart

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

A travel blog entry by cnudo on Feb 17, 2015

3 comments, 9 photos

... that was our cue to leave. Because we rented the car for the week and had so many things we wanted to do this week- we cut our costs by making the majority of our meals. Neither Sam or I have been on trip for this length of time, so we realized that it's just going to become a reality if we want to make our money last. It's nice to not sit down and order your food every time your hungry too, and makes you feel like an actual human again by not living off restaurant cooking. ...

Catch up on Tasmania!!

A travel blog entry by adrianandlizzie on Jan 31, 2015

8 photos

... didn’t see MinnieMe but I bet he has one. As for the art it is very dark and macabre in places – more like a house of horrors with a very unpleasant sound track in the background – well worth a visit but not for the faint hearted or squeamish – I expect you to die Mr Bond, launch the missiles!Dinner in the hotel was delicious as was breakfast the following morning. We then caught a boat from the very smart new quay in Hobart to Port ...

Sat 17 Jan

A travel blog entry by gracevbridge on Jan 17, 2015

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Nanna picked me up this morning from Bec and Pat's place and took me to Salamanca Market. I bought a pair of Mongrel pure wool, made in Tasmania socks, which must not be washed in hot water.
We enjoyed our lunch which was a baked potatoe with the lot. We shared one, but could ...

Zoodoo

A travel blog entry by sjoyce007 on Dec 27, 2014

At 7.30am it's time for breakfast with the three Americans, Carol, Marguerite and Shannon. The planned eatery is closed for Boxing Day so we go to Banjos. They have been great company and have tried to americanise my pronunciation. Afterwards I pack bag my bag and take a taxi just three blocks uphill to my new hotel for the next three nights. It's rather flash but all that was left when I booked. Between the Tasmanian food and wine festival that opens tomorrow, and the Sydney ...

Port Arthur, UNESCO World Heritage Site

A travel blog entry by sylviacourteau on Nov 20, 2014

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From 1832 to 1877 the convict prison of Port Arthur, located 110 km from Hobart, existed as "a mill to grind rogues honest". At the time, Tasmania was known as Van Diemen's land. The peninsula on which the prison stood was joined to the mainland by an 80-meter-wide isthmus called Eagle Hawk Neck. Ferocious dogs guarded the site which was surrounded by impossible cliffs (except for the port) above shark-infested waters. In the 1990's a trekker ...