Kilmarnock House

Address: 66 Elphin Road, Launceston, Tasmania, 7250, Australia | Hotel
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This hotel, located on 66 Elphin Road, Launceston, is near City Park, The Tamar Valley, J. Boag & Son, and Tamar River Cruises.
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    Travel Blogs from Launceston

    Tasmania- Bottom of the World

    A travel blog entry by kleinfamille on Mar 20, 2015

    2 comments, 41 photos

    ... to smell the different scents…. but boy did it make me laugh. We have included a picture of them.

    Doug – One of the places we knew we wanted to visit while in Tasmania was Port Arthur. This is one of the male prisons where criminals from all over the British Empire were sent between 1830 and 1877. The women were sent to one of several "female factories" (prison labour camps) on Tasmania. We had heard that many Australians were descendents ...

    Cataract Gorge - just beautiful

    A travel blog entry by catfeet on Feb 13, 2015

    10 photos

    ... was too crowded so continued on to our accommodation.
    This afternoon we set off to Cataract Gorge, parking the car near the entry to the walk at the bridge we followed the path up the gorge to the rotunda. We had an ice cream and watched the peacocks which were very friendly and would eat the food out of your hand given the chance. We crossed the suspension bridge ...

    Safari Day 5 And It's Great To Be Alive

    A travel blog entry by simonejacob on Nov 14, 2014

    55 photos

    ... More good news, no ambulance was required this week, a great feat with so many riders. And a hearty applause for the eight female riders. The food was good but the 20th anniversary merchandise was a little light on, not so good for Jake but great for our wallets!

    The biggest round of applause for the night went to a well deserved team at Maschine for organizing the Safari. Cheers guys, thanks for giving me a pannier full of fantastic ...

    Day 7 Sapa tour of village

    A travel blog entry by suepaine on Sep 04, 2014

    Arrived at Lao Cai station at 4.30am to be met by our guide Zum who organised for us all to have a toilet stop at the local restaurant prior to heading off for one hour drive to Sapa. Border of China could be easily recognised by the tall buildings only a stone throw away from the road to Sapa. Highest point on road to Sapa is 2,000 metres and very beautiful, hilly and windy and covered with rice fields. While road was very narrow everyone passed on blind ...

    Great part of the world

    A travel blog entry by gypsyfeet on Apr 13, 2014

    11 photos

    ... they are up to these days go check out the muppets. They make the movie.

    This part of the world is spectacularly pristine and unspoiled. It's so unspoiled in fact it actually needs a few more people out there to come down and make it that bit busier. As much as it's easy to laugh about these hipsters, towns need young trendy people. It's clear they have all given Launceston a very wide berth. In particular it is badly in need of more tourists. You could ...