Hobart Cabins & Cottages at Elwick

Address: 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, Mount Wellington, The Pipes Are Calling - Mount Wellington, and Battery Point.
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      Travel Blogs from Glenorchy

      It's All About The Wine

      A travel blog entry by bradmac120970 on Jun 27, 2014

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      ... blue veins, there was something for everyone...except the lactose intolerant of course. Fifteen minutes of devouring cheese and off to Puddleduck Winery....oh I just love saying Puddleduck....well who gives a Puddleduck I can hear you saying. Well, what a lovely winery run by a very personable family and their pet dog and duck. Some quality wines but again the Pinot Noir reigned supreme. Oh a trend was emerging already. Back to the Wicked Cheese Factory for ...

      Lightning Ridge

      A travel blog entry by dennis.rudge on Jun 10, 2014

      Drove 77 km from Wagett through bushy dry country and to get to Lightning Ridge. We saw quite a few emus along the way and sheep just wandering onto the roads as the properties have some fencing but not all. Went first to the visitor centre to check out tours of the opal mines and maps of the area. It was still early but we checked into the new caravan park just out of town Opal Caravan Park ...

      Happy Birthday Georgia

      A travel blog entry by saw_itt on Apr 21, 2014

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      ... run). We got some pies, Stephen and I had curried scallop pies – yum. Madison tried mine and she loved it to. We sang happy birthday to Georgia, she had picked out a lamington. We left and tried to visit the lolly shop – oh my gosh there was no room to move.

      We went to Richmond Goal and looked around, the girls didnt like the looks of the solitary confinement cells. They were very small and dark. Richmond Gaol housed both male and ...

      Celebrating Australia Day with the Devil

      A travel blog entry by jasonandgaryn on Jan 26, 2014

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      ... quite early and the market was already busy. They have handmade crafts to dog food to souvenirs to food and much, much, much more. The fun for us was simply walking around the market and of course sampling food when we could. Unfortunately, most of the food wasn't priced all that differently than if we were to purchase it at a supermarket, so other than a couple of $1 doughnuts and a $5 burger for lunch, we didn't buy anything. And ...

      Day 38 - Hobart - Snug Cabin and Caravan Park

      A travel blog entry by ambro0 on Jan 04, 2014

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      ... antique shop. But alas, the lady of the shop was not selling them. While we were in the shop, she recounted a story about a local getting a snake catcher out in the last week to remove not one but 3 tiger snakes. Then it was back into the car and the drive back to Snug past Deep Bay, Eggs and Bacon Bay, Garden Island Creek, Randalls Bay, Verona Sands, Gordon, Middleton, Flowerpot, Birchs Bay, Woodbridge and Kettering. At Kettering, we drove into the ...