North Lodge Apartments

7 Brisbane Street, Launceston, Tasmania, 7250, Australia | 1 star condo
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This 1 star condo, located on 7 Brisbane Street, Launceston, is near City Park, The Tamar Valley, J. Boag & Son, and The Queen Victoria Museum & Art Gallery.
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    We are staying in a caravan park in Launceston.

    A travel blog entry by kilbridesblog on Mar 15, 2014

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    ... now have an inclination to get back up to the. Ar park from the water level. We were last here in 1999. Then we drove around Launceston and visited Boags Brewery. Didn't do the tour but had a sample of the beers they only make and sell in tassie. An ale and a xxx lager. Today we visited Evandale , a town with lots of old buildings. We had coffee in one, now a bakery. Then on to ...

    Motel World with the Abel Jazzman

    A travel blog entry by thecurries2012 on Feb 03, 2014

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    ... up the bar at the motel laughing, crying and generally putting the world to rights.

    As always we had landed on our feet again, Cass and Duncan or Casso and Dunco as we had now rebranded them were the most amazing helpx hosts and very quickly we were all great friends. We spent more time chatting than working and exchanged horror stories with Duncan about his time in China, shared tales with Cass about our turtle project and our shared love of the oceans. Cass ...

    Day 8 Liffey Falls and Cataract Gorge

    A travel blog entry by matmallo on Jan 16, 2014

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    ... ferns and well worth the effort to make the picture meaningful!
    Launceston was our next destination and we went straight to Cataract Gorge. With another over 30 degree day it was an extremely popular place with the locals. We walked around the gorge on the steep zig zag track towards the Kings Bridge came back along the other side of the gorge and returned via the suspension bridge.

    Day 3 Arrived in London

    A travel blog entry by suepaine on Aug 28, 2013

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    ... headed off to find a cafe for a coffee and bite to eat. The free whirl wind tour was conducted by a very animated Louis Strange, a uni student who you tipped at the end depending upon how much you enjoyed the tour. Highly recommend starting with the free tour to get a good overview of the main sites and the local attractions. We started by looking at the new memorial in Green Park dedicated to the Bomber ...

    Snow again - and the gorge!

    A travel blog entry by waymez on Jul 27, 2013

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    ... we decided to once again try for some snow, so we decided to drive out to Ben Lomond National Park - home to the jagged beauty of Stacks Bluff mentioned previously and also, at 1572m high, Tasmaina's 2nd highest mountain - the majestic Legges Tor. Mountains with dolerite columns so often seen in this southern state dominate Ben Lomond and can be seen on the horizon for miles on approach. Today, although the day was fine enough (not raining) the peaks were hidden behind ...