Hobart Cabins & Cottages at Elwick

19 Goodwood Rd, Glenorchy, Tasmania, 7010, Australia | Campground
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This campground, located on 19 Goodwood Rd, Glenorchy, is near Moorilla Museum of Antiquities, The Pipes Are Calling - Mount Wellington, Mount Wellington, and Battery Point.
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    Travel Blogs from Glenorchy

    My favorite local find

    A travel blog entry by annebolyn812 on Jun 22, 2014

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    I've been obsessed with the Tasmanian Tiger since I got here. Sadly the tiger is extinct and it wasn't a tiger. It was a marsupial carnivore more like a dog. Of course, it ate farmers animals, so it was hinted and killed. There are lots more theories and depth to the story that I hope to investigate. I found this bag in the Salamanca Market and just loved it. It was the first in the ...

    Wagga Wagga

    A travel blog entry by dennis.rudge on Jun 03, 2014

    Arrived in Melbourne to a foggy, rainy morning and headed north of Melbourne . The weather didn't clear until well past Seymour so kept going . Stopped in a small town called Colhourn just to have a pie and a look around. Rather cold and gloomy so decided to keep going north to Wagga Wagga. Arrived at 2-30 p.m and found a good free camp spot on the Murrumbidgee River. ( Wicks ...

    Day one.

    A travel blog entry by danann on Apr 06, 2014

    1 comment, 1 photo

    ... alarming sound. It appeared to be coming from the caravan wheels, an intermittent clacking. It occurred every time the brakes were applied. At first I didn't say anything but then it became so obvious we could not ignore it and we glanced at each other with a question obvious on our faces." Is it the brakes?". Grunt. What is it? "How the hell do I know! " We were silent for awhile but when it became apparent that this was getting ...

    Day 8 Port Arthur to Hobart

    A travel blog entry by johnmu on Jan 16, 2014

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    This morning we made our way back to the Port Arthur historic site for another look around the other parts of the site. We started by joining a short guided tour of the main part of the settlement. We were told that the prison was completed in 1853 but then extended in 1855. The layout of the prison was fairly symmetrical. It was a cross shape with exercise yards at each corner. The prisoner wings were each connected to the surveillance core of the Prison as well ...


    A travel blog entry by ian-tracey on Dec 06, 2013

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    ... catching the bus into Hobart at 8am to go and check out the Salamanca Markets. Very big, but usual ****. Did get a unique key holder from Silly Billy who made all sorts of stuff out of metal bits. Finishing these by 11am, we then went and caught a boat at 11.30am to cruise up the River and visit MONA - the Museum of Old and New Art! What a heap of bollocks! We got through in about an hour, and caught the next ...