Hollydene Lodge

Address: 67 Liverpool St, Hobart, Tasmania, 7000, Australia | Hostel
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This hostel, located on 67 Liverpool St, Hobart, is near Tasmanian Museum and Art Gallery, Theatre Royal, Savoy Baths & Day Spa, and Shopping in Hobart.
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        Hobart and Beyond

        A travel blog entry by hgreenbe on Oct 07, 2015

        5 photos

        ... and maintained. The RTBG is spread out along the shore of the Derwent River that broadens into Hobart's harbors and connects to the Southern Ocean. The botanical gardens and Hobart itself could easily consume several blog entries. But that would leave out Richmond, a small city with a long history (in young Australian terms), housing Australia's oldest bridge (1823) and oldest church (Catholic, 1835). And it would leave out Bruny Island, a 30-minute drive and ...

        Blog Entry number 7: home time

        A travel blog entry by bam123 on Aug 22, 2015

        ... a wall ...

        Melbourne to Tasmania

        A travel blog entry by mikecharl on May 06, 2015

        2 comments, 13 photos

        ... needed sleep. Great park but the strangest ablutions that are built in water storage tanks. We had to switch on the heater to defrost ourselves before an early supper and early to bed.

        Next morning we attempted an exercise walk but gave up due to lack of paths. Back for a shower and brekkie and set sights on a trip to the Tasman Peninsula. Sorell, Dunalley, Eaglehawk Neck and Pirate Bay to see the tessellated pavement. Onward to ...

        The Edge of the World

        A travel blog entry by gypsyskinners on Apr 17, 2015

        15 photos

        ... and you follow the tyre tracks in the sand through the dunes, across a single track wooden bridge to the banks of the Arthur River and the edge of the known World (well sort of). The river is stained by tannins into a rich, tea-brown and drifts through the rocks into the wild, boiling surf. I must admit we didn't last that long standing on the viewing platform, which felt a bit like standing under a power shower while having handfuls of gravel thrown in your face.

        Tasmania - The Jimi Hendrix Experience

        A travel blog entry by davidjhutchison on Apr 09, 2015

        31 photos

        ... to come up with. Other videos included a group of what looked like aboriginal men kissing and drowning each other... I was very disappointed in the whole thing, maybe it's because my idea of art isn't the same as these kind of people. I would much rater look at natural beauty such as cradle mountain or Hastings caves, or even the sunset we seen at the northern tip than a fat car or a wall of moulded vaginas. it got to the stage that I decided I would see an exhibition I was ...