Georgina Cottage

68 Warwick Street, Hobart, Tasmania, 7000, Australia | Condo
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This condo, located on 68 Warwick Street, Hobart, is near North Hobart, Sub-Antarctic Plant House, Train Park, and Eaglehawk Hangliding Lookout.
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Travel to and from Tasmania

A travel blog entry by kgonnam on Apr 01, 2014

1 comment, 20 photos

... carcasses. While there we also visited a kangaroo petting zoo where we could feed the kangaroos and actually pet them. From there we headed on to Port Arthur.

Port Arthur was one of many British penal colonies in Australia. It operated from about
1830 until 1877. The British were experiencing a huge growth in population and decided to "transport" all the undesirables out ...

Tasmania: you're not all that!

A travel blog entry by smeelog on Mar 24, 2014

17 photos

Well, for all the hype, Tasmania is NOT a little New Zealand. Maybe we went with too high expectations. I can definitely appreciate that to Aussie-holiday-goers the landscape of this Island is something unique: with it's lush farmland, deep valleys and rugged coastline. But it just doesn't have the tourist infrastructure, of say New Zealand, to really compete in my mind. When you consider that they limit the daily numbers for ...


A travel blog entry by micknmila on Mar 06, 2014

1 comment, 17 photos

... in a building that's primarily built underground. Got a good sense of humour too - his reserved car park space is labelled 'God' and his wife's is called 'God's Mistress'. On entering the place, you plunge down a seemingly endless flight of stairs and steadfastly work your way back to the surface by passing through the museum's intriguing artwork. Bit like the Louvre museum in Paris. Hardly anything to be seen above ground but an absolute labyrinth down below.... ...

Between the Devil and the Deep Blue Sea

A travel blog entry by thecurries2012 on Feb 10, 2014

281 photos

... supermarket in Bicheno sells no fish as the locals are self-sufficient.

After a wrong turn and a slight detour through the very small town we made it to one of the main tourist attractions just in time, the glass bottom boat. This little boat goes out into the harbour and with huge windows gives you a view of the ocean floor without having to venture into the freezing ocean. Very quickly you can see why fishing keeps this community going with huge shoals of ...

Hobart and the South

A travel blog entry by carrhaughan on Jan 06, 2014

10 photos

... the case. Indeed, there’s more – we can see dolphins and seals working together to hunt for fish, shoaling them before they attack, and witness the birds doing their best to steal the easy prey near the surface (led mostly by the diving gannets!) It’s spectacular and rare – the sort of thing the crew have never really seen before, and they’re out here twice a day all year round – so we’re really privileged to witness it. We stay ...