Bath Street Apartments of Battery Point

Address: 13-15 Bath Street, Hobart, Tasmania, 7004, Australia | Condo
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This condo, located on 13-15 Bath Street, Hobart, is near Salamanca Place, Salamanca Arts Centre, Lark Distillery, and Runnymede.
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Travel Blogs from Hobart

Flight and first night

A travel blog entry by jean.heath on Nov 09, 2015

1 comment, 3 photos

... of business was
finding something to eat. Went wandering around a bit till we needed to set off
for Port Arthur which is about an hour away.

We have arrived at the Fox and Hounds which is a quaint
hotel on Swiss Chalet lines and have unpacked a bit. With a bit of time before
dinner we have tried to walk around a bit. Dinner was in the dining hall –
roast lamb followed by apple crumble. Now for a shower and bed.


Bruny Island

A travel blog entry by jennyndaveevans on May 20, 2015

18 photos

... as off season. We drove south to Lunawanna, only houses there and then we took a 4wd track back to Adventure Bay.

the day has been cold, overcast and showers. I think the sun came out once when setting up the van. Our site is only about 50 metres from the beach and we can here steady waves coming in. We can see the beach from our site.

We had an early night as we could not get TV and it was cold. Nice to go to sleep with the sound of the waves...

Tasmania - The Jimi Hendrix Experience

A travel blog entry by davidjhutchison on Apr 09, 2015

31 photos

... first stop was to be Port Arthur, famous for being the home to 12,500 of the British Empires worst offenders years ago, it was famed for being almost inescapable. Those who did get out were hunted down by guard dogs along "Eagle Neck point" a thin area of land connecting the prison to the main land. We heard this was a culturally important area that was free to walk around, however because of our late flight and the picking up of campervan, lunch and food shopping, we didn't have ...


A travel blog entry by kelvinals on Apr 05, 2015

11 comments, 9 photos

... there's a quaint historic town or a 'must see' attraction every fifty kilometres or so, whereas a days trip on the mainland one travels a few hundred dreary kilometres sighting maybe two kangaroos a few cockatoos and a dead snake on the road! Don't get me wrong. I love the mainlands never-ending, dry desolate baron interior and its hypnotic intrigue that draws thousands of nomads each year away from city-life, crossing deserts and drought stricken land chasing never ending ...

Tassie, and then some.

A travel blog entry by samanthannec on Feb 26, 2015

1 comment, 9 photos

... Mountain. We hopped on Highway 1 and drove four and a half hours north towards Launceston where we were staying for the night. Once we got to the area we bought our park passes, packed our bags with water and lunch (we made lunch and dinner 5/7 days we were there, no more $26 surprises), then waited for the shuttle to drive us into the park. The park is massive, and the mountains are even more massive. We decided to do the circuit around Dove Lake then hike up to Marion's ...