96 on Arthur

96 Arthur Street, Launceston, Tasmania, 7250, Australia | Condo
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This condo, located on 96 Arthur Street, Launceston, is near City Park, The Tamar Valley, J. Boag & Son, and Tamar River Cruises.
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Travel Blogs from Launceston

Great part of the world

A travel blog entry by gypsyfeet on Apr 13, 2014

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... the four corners of the earth and not find a more natural setting, with fresher produce yet there is nobody here to see it.

Sunday morning and again we were out before 8am this time for a yoga class. Yes, you heard right. Rachelle noticed a class going while walking around town the day before. I hadn't done a led yoga class in years so thought I'd give it a go. For the first half hour I think I held my own, then it slowly became a sort of torture. ...

A Beautiful Walk

A travel blog entry by jasonandgaryn on Jan 28, 2014

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... entire tree. Some of these trees have been here in the 1600s! As they grow, these gum trees continue to lose their branches, which sometimes leaves scars on the bark of the trunk. Often the lowest branches on these tall trees are about half way up or higher and the trees can be close to 300 feet tall! They were amazing to walk among.

We were told of the possibility of seeing wallabies and platypuses on this walk, but unfortunately we didn't see either of ...

Exploring The Tamar Valley and Boag's Brewery Tour

A travel blog entry by marlenesmith on Oct 24, 2013

2 comments, 7 photos

... salad and chips and I never left a speck on my plate. The others were the same, all very yummy and a very nice guy who ran the place.
Next we headed back to Beaconsfield where we stopped off at the old mine and had a look around at the remaining buildings and the Heritage Centre. We imagined how cold it must have been for the miners in winter as we were standing there shivering in the cold wind.
One thing ...

Arriving in Tasmania

A travel blog entry by tonylizfrith on May 10, 2013

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... but worth it for a whole day out. Cape Tourville lookout was a short drive from the visitors centre and has good views down the peninsular. We then hiked up to the Wineglass Bay lookout, an hour’s stiff climb. We then walked down to Wineglass Bay Beach, a peaceful arc of white sand and deep blue sea – our second beach of the day. The walk back up was a breathless experience even for the younger trampers we met on the ...

Day 37 - Hobart to Launceston (Tasmania)

A travel blog entry by thekemptons on May 05, 2013

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Oh lovely, lovely Hobart, you just keep getting better and better! It's a glorious sunny Sunday morning, and our last morning in Hobart. We decide to venture back to the Battery Point area we liked yesterday in search of a playground for Dylan. The girls walked; well Emma did, Taya slept, and the boys drove all our things round. Emma thoroughly enjoyed her sunny stroll round the docks, through Salamanca Place ...