Altamont House

Address: 109 Patrick Street, Hobart, Tasmania, 7000, Australia | Hotel
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This hotel, located on 109 Patrick Street, Hobart, is near Sub-Antarctic Plant House, Train Park, Allport Library and Museum of Fine Arts, and Eaglehawk Hangliding Lookout.
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Travel Blogs from Hobart

Tarraleah to Hobart - day 6 130kms

A travel blog entry by seankell on Mar 27, 2014

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... breakfasting at 6.30am and rolling out at 7.30am. The temp was relatively mild at around 8 degrees but given the fog it was still chilly on the downhills. I forgot to check the altitude of Tarraleah but think it was 700-800 mtrs. The first 20km had plenty of ups and downs through the pristine native forests and given this was on the main highway we saw plenty of traffic as we progresses. A quick stop to fill up drinks/empty bladders (for zero ...

Do's, Devils and Convicts

A travel blog entry by therealdeal on Mar 02, 2014

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... we went through a town called 'Doo Town" where nearly every house has a name with 'Doo' in it. Some names are: 'Dr Doolittle, Much to Doo, Thistle-Doo and (mind my language) Doo f@#k all.
We then went to the Tasmanian Wildlife Conservation Park. It is a beautiful park with very natural and big enclosures for the animals. We were lucky enough to watch the ...

Between the Devil and the Deep Blue Sea

A travel blog entry by thecurries2012 on Feb 10, 2014

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... penguins, Cape Barron Geese, common wombats and even some Tasmanian Devils who have been released onto the island in the hope that the deadly mouth cancer can be bred out of them.

We decided to set off on one of the walking trails to the painted cliffs, which looked pretty cool in the hope that we would pass some wombats enroute. We saw some geese and a wallaby and saw more wombat poo than I ever need to. For anyone that is interested, wombat poo is like ...

Celebrating Australia Day with the Devil

A travel blog entry by jasonandgaryn on Jan 26, 2014

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... when a diseased devil comes in contact with a healthy devil and infects the healthy one. The Tasmanian Devils serve a purpose as they are able to sense dead animals from a few kilometres away and subsequently eat them, which rids the environment of roadkill and other decaying animals. We were glad to be able to actually see them and can only hope the population grows.

At night, we went for dinner at the cheap bar we visited a ...

On our way to Hobart

A travel blog entry by narravaners on Jan 23, 2014

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... about space and the 'when was the first .... ' etc. Saffi and Grace also miss their friends and Saff talks about how much she loves school and how she will miss all the fun things. We visited the main shops in town like Elizabeth st and today the Botanic Gardens. We surprised the girls by taking them to theatre production of Robin Hood in the gardens. We al lived the gardens and decided to go to Mona the next ...