Hobart's Accommodation & Hostel

Address: 41 Barrack Street, Hobart, Tasmania, 7000, Australia | 3 star hostel
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This 3 star hostel, located on 41 Barrack Street, Hobart, is near Salamanca Place, Savoy Baths & Day Spa, Shopping in Hobart, and Sub-Antarctic Plant House.
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      TravelPod Member ReviewsHobart's Accommodation & Hostel

      Reviewed by gbz-


      Reviewed Aug 28, 2011
      by (4 reviews) Eastbourne , United Kingdom Flag of United Kingdom


      This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of TravelPod.com.

      Reviewed by roxanerose


      Reviewed Jan 2, 2011
      by (3 reviews) Prévost, Quebec , Canada Flag of Canada

      actually, it is the best hostel so far since i'm in Australia. Staff is verry helpfull, free wifi, bathroom is tidy and rooms are clean and bed cover so comfy!

      This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of TravelPod.com.

      TripAdvisor Reviews Hobart's Accommodation & Hostel

      4.00 of 5 stars Excellent

      Travel Blogs from Hobart

      Tasmania Part 3

      A travel blog entry by gowerexplorers on Nov 24, 2014

      1 comment, 5 photos

      ... had seen in Australia. We had renewed hope, therefore, of seeing the Devils in the wild but couldn’t miss the opportunity of seeing them in the Tasmanian Devil Conservation Park near Port Arthur, an area designated for government funding to help increase the numbers of Devils in the wild. The conservation park was BRILLIANT!! saw lots of Devils in a good environment. The park is engaged in trying to eradicate the facial cancer that has led to large reductions in ...

      The Views

      A travel blog entry by meganfisher on Apr 04, 2014

      8 photos

      ... hotel. Then we got up, met for breakfast and sat in meetings. It was weird being with a company that covered all of the costs…. I can’t imagine the hospitals back home ever doing that! The difference between public and private sectors I suppose. The meetings were productive, and I learned a lot about how the Australian system works. It is nice to start to feel more confident in my work.


      Home sweet home

      A travel blog entry by alycetravels on Jan 31, 2014

      6 comments, 45 photos

      ... at a running/shuffling pace. I was carrying two big bags, two carved walking sticks and two bottles of Amarula. You can imagine how coordinated I looked. Of course we ran about 20m before we hit the back of the customs line. Neither of us felt comfortable pushing to the front of such a line as that may look a bit dodgy, so by the time we cleared customs, after telling the man my wooden items were fine and not to worry, I then had 30 minutes until my flight left! We spent ...

      Day 40 - Snug

      A travel blog entry by ambro0 on Jan 06, 2014

      ... d love to be here on the first Friday of the month for their Jazz night in the restaurant. Then we headed into Hobart and eventually found a polar fleece wind-cheater that will be great! It is actually twice as thick as any other polar fleece that we have. The only negative is that it has a full-length zipper instead of a short one but when you are looking in Summer, you've really got to take what you can get. I also scored at Target - two pairs of shorts. Yeah, I'm being ...

      Welcome to Hobart

      A travel blog entry by maryleabyrd on Oct 13, 2013

      2 comments, 6 photos

      ... blooming at the same time, I saw azaleas, camellias, flowering cherries, roses, calla lilies, clivias, wisteria, and some that I didn't recognize. Although it is very cool it rarely is really cold so things seem to bloom throughout the year.

      Hobart is the second oldest settlement in Australia, after Botany Bay (now Sydney.). It was established as a penal colony in 1802 and today sic the smallest of the Australian states. ...