Discovery Holiday Parks Mornington

Address: 346 Cambridge Road, Hobart, Tasmania, 7018, Australia | Campground
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This campground, located on 346 Cambridge Road, Hobart, is near Royal Tasmanian Botanical Gardens, Tasman Bridge, Sullivan's Cove, and Bellerive Village.
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Travel Blogs from Hobart

Cars Cars Cars

A travel blog entry by saw_itt on Apr 19, 2014

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... had their car on display (or had been and gone exploring – we had passed some near the markets). Again there were cars from all over Australia. There were a couple of stalls in the trade hall area and food vans around the place. Once we’d checked out the cars we waited for the Go-Whoa event. For anyone who doesn’t know what this is, a driver has to go from the start line and stop ON the finish line in the quickest time. It’s harder ...

Chain Reaction Day 7 - Hobart - Huon Valley loop

A travel blog entry by seankell on Mar 28, 2014

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... as well so we didn't get cold waiting around for a new tube to put in.

The accommodation in general was typical bike tour stuff - but Tarraleah was definitely a highlight.

For me - Day 5 from Queenstown to Tarraleah was probably the most scenic ride I've ever done. Landscapes changed constantly and looking back at the map showed we crossed a reasonable part of the Tasmanian Island moving from lake to lake (via mountains). But there ...

Mount Wellington and the big red bus

A travel blog entry by julesyscott on Mar 04, 2014

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... the top of Mount Wellington. Our driver was very knowledgable and full of interesting facts. The views from the top were spectacular, what a great day to visit. It provided a 360degree view stretching for miles in all directions. I met a couple who live in Estover, Plymouth and had a chat with them! After the journey back to town I did some more sight seeing before settling in for the night to catch up with this ...

Between the Devil and the Deep Blue Sea

A travel blog entry by thecurries2012 on Feb 10, 2014

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... have an interesting and slightly sad factoid about Wineglass bay. The name of the bay doesn’t come from its perfect rounded shape, it has a much sadder tale: In the 1820s, whalers came to Wineglass Bay. The bay itself would take its name from the whalers' method of hunting. From shore, they would set out in small boats to chase and harpoon passing whales, then tow the carcasses back to shore to butcher and boil down the blubber to extract oil. The oil was shipped ...

Day 7 Bicheno to Port Arthur

A travel blog entry by johnmu on Jan 15, 2014

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... few pics of one of the main structures, the Penitentiary we boarded the cruiser for a 20 min tour of the bay. The Penitentiary was constructed in 1843 as a flour mill and granary. In 1857 it was converted into a penitentiary, capable of housing over 480 convicts in dormitory accommodation and separate apartments. Flanked by the Watchmen’s Quarters, the Penitentiary also contained a mess room, library, Catholic chapel, workshops and ablutions complex. ...