Haven House

58 Herbert St, Launceston, Tasmania, 7250, Australia | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Launceston

Mid-Tasmania and Launceston

A travel blog entry by carrhaughan


... continue on, past the heavily-clouded Cradle Mountain. As we continue on, the roads vary in quality – some straight and wide, others windy and narrow. Given the wind conditions of the past 24 hours, we’re also dodging fallen trees too, and avoiding the large amounts of road kill that seem to litter the roads across the island. Within an hour or so, the weather has eased off and it actually stops raining and the ...

Snow again - and the gorge!

A travel blog entry by waymez


... once again taking care not to slip. We noticed a JK Jeep parked up at one of the resort units and Wayne had to grab a photo as we hadn't see many jeeps during our trip thus far. Back onto the shuttle to start our descent down Jacobs Ladder. The change in temperature, visibilty and weather was so vastly different even just travelling the 15 - 20 minutes back down to the car park. We were the only ones on the bus but we didn't want to distract the driver by talking ...

Arriving in Tasmania

A travel blog entry by tonylizfrith


Tasmania. Enter the Red Terror into the land of the Devils (Tasmanian) – Liz and Gracie will understand this.

We were advised in Melbourne that Tasmania is an hour from Australia and 50 years behind the times. Certainly it is even more British than mainland Australia, especially with place names. We found red telephone boxes – something of a rarity even in England. Ross was quaint and very much like a ...

Central Coast - Deloraine, Beaconsfield, Tamar ...

A travel blog entry by vankrusing


... fudge like my grandma used to make, and I think I found it in Deloraine.

Beaconsfield was our next stop and, unfortunately we all know what put this town on the map. It was a bigger town than we expected and the Mine Museum was very interesting and very well done. The local bakery made the best sausage rolls, they were so good Rob had to go back and buy another one. At a mere $1.10 it was difficult not to buy ...

Welcome to Tasmania

A travel blog entry by vanderhoek


... Gorge on the South
Esk river which is in Launceston. www.ltvtasmania.com.au.
They have the World’s longest single span chairlift which we rode across the
river. Then we hiked for a couple of
hours and about 2.5 miles. In 1895 they
created the first hydroelectric station in Australasia here. Powered the whole city. Went to the Irish Pub and had bangers and


This hotel, located on 58 Herbert St, Launceston, is near City Park, The Tamar Valley, The Queen Victoria Museum & Art Gallery, and Tamar River Cruises.
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