Apartments on Strickland

Address: 197 Strickland Avenue, Hobart, Tasmania, 7004, Australia | Condo
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This condo, located on 197 Strickland Avenue, Hobart, is near Cascade Brewery, South Hobart, Fern Tree, and Train Park.
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Travel Blogs from Hobart

Cruise to nowhere

A travel blog entry by gypsyskinners on Mar 26, 2015

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... and as a result very few backpackers seem willing to venture here.

We had a booking through an online agency with crazy stick woman, which (unfortunately) was half-paid for, and we tried everything we could think of to wriggle out of it, - but all to no avail, old stickey may not be miss congeniality but she is nothing if not canny about money, and she is adamant there is "not a hope in hell of letting that room", so we are stuck. The bungalows here are OK ...

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

A travel blog entry by cnudo on Feb 17, 2015

3 comments, 9 photos

... Pure satisfaction. With some clouds starting to make their way in our direction, we began what was legitimately a 500 meter vertical climb. The steps felt like they were never ending, and with the looming fear of another snake spotting, not being able to sprint my way to freedom was slightly terrifying. To say the least, we made it, and there's some photos to prove it. Saturday was supposed to be our "chill day" in Hobart. The thing to do on Saturday morning is to check out ...

19th century Golf

A travel blog entry by catfeet on Feb 04, 2015

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... some of the famous Australian Golfers.

Next we went to Ratho to play 9 holes – what an experience, the greens were surrounded by fences and it gave me a new found appreciation for golf surviving in Australia through the 19th century. The fairways were very rough and we were amused that they had just held a Pro-Am at the course last weekend. We had difficulty finding the tees and holes to play. The course is actually 18 holes but we chose ...

Way way down under

A travel blog entry by rabell70 on Jan 23, 2015

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... back at the hotel some quick Googling suggested it was a pademelon -- sort of a cross between a wallaby and a wombat. Three wildlife species plus vistas galore made for a fantastic outing.

On the way back to Hobart we couldn't help but stop in at a vineyard that advertised both wine and oysters. Unbeknownst to us, the town where we were -- Dunalley -- seems to be a source of many of Tasmania's oysters. Jonathan gushed over ...

Yachts Taste Festival and the drive south

A travel blog entry by wherrol on Jan 02, 2015

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... that we would be able to almost touch them. Indeed it would have been quite easy to just hop on board many of the yachts. We were equally in awe of the fact that some of the boats were huge, like Wild Oats and some mid size such as the Spirit of Mateship. We wandered around for nearly one hour.

Wayne had told us that the Taste Festival was all quiet on a weekday so we wandered back through there. It was interesting to see all the stalls, hear the music, and feel the ...