Hobart Gables

Address: 2 Stoke Street, Hobart, Tasmania, 7008, Australia | Condo
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This condo, located on 2 Stoke Street, Hobart, is near Royal Tasmanian Botanical Gardens, North Hobart, Queens Domain, and Train Park.
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      Departure minus 8 hours or so

      A travel blog entry by sleepydwarf on Sep 20, 2014

      It's almost time! What I thought would be a relaxing day at home casually ticking off the last few things to do before I left was anything but. First up today I'd promised Juniordwarf I'd watch a movie with him, so we sat down together to watch it. That was nice, and he told me more than once how much he'd miss me.I felt the same, yet somehow it didn't seem possible that the same time tomorrow I'd be in Melbourne getting ready to board ...

      Cars Cars Cars

      A travel blog entry by saw_itt on Apr 19, 2014

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      ... Lots of handmade items. We purchased a souvenir for the bar at home – an interesting piece made from scrap, titled "Lamb-ourghini" – it’s a lamb on top of a car (made from a can, batteries, steel wool, etc). Other purchases included some jams, relish from Pirate Bay, some Mongrel Socks (purchased some on our last trip and they were unreal), gifts for Georgia’s friends, some cookies, mini quiche, raspberries, apple cider and ...

      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 ...

      Devils Corner

      A travel blog entry by tomandlotus on Feb 27, 2014

      20 photos

      ... before a local man gave us detailed instructions on how we should never camp under a gum (eucalyptus) tree as "they're killers" due to there branches falling on tents. I myself failed to see how this was more deadly than any other tree but didn't fancy the debate, so pitched in a clear piece of land! The next morning we headed to Freycinet national park, for some bush walking. The natural beauty of Tasmania is hard to describe, there are dense ...

      Between the Devil and the Deep Blue Sea

      A travel blog entry by thecurries2012 on Feb 10, 2014

      281 photos

      ... have an interesting and slightly sad factoid about Wineglass bay. The name of the bay doesn’t come from its perfect rounded shape, it has a much sadder tale: In the 1820s, whalers came to Wineglass Bay. The bay itself would take its name from the whalers' method of hunting. From shore, they would set out in small boats to chase and harpoon passing whales, then tow the carcasses back to shore to butcher and boil down the blubber to extract oil. The oil was shipped ...