Transit Backpackers

Address: 251 Liverpool Street, Hobart, Tasmania, 7000, Australia | Hostel
 
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This hostel, located on 251 Liverpool Street, Hobart, is near Salamanca Place, Savoy Baths & Day Spa, Shopping in Hobart, and Sub-Antarctic Plant House.
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    TravelPod Member ReviewsTransit Backpackers Hobart

    Reviewed by romilein

    Noisy and dirty

    Reviewed Jan 14, 2011
    by (3 reviews) Munich , Germany Flag of Germany

    Not a good place for a relaxing stay, it's crowded, the rooms are stuffed with bunks and the kitchen and toilets are very dirty. Therefore it's cheap and has a good location near the town centre of Hobart.

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

    TripAdvisor Reviews Transit Backpackers Hobart

    3.00 of 5 stars Good
     

    Travel Blogs from Hobart

    Cruise to nowhere

    A travel blog entry by gypsyskinners on Mar 26, 2015

    8 photos

    ... favourite rug or beadspread (I did not make this up).

    Our time in Raro is almost up and we are coming to the close of the sizeable and hugely enjoyable nostalgia chunk of the trip. Its time to mix things up a bit and bring on some new stuff. - It's time to shiver your timbers, batten down the cabin boy and set sail for New Caledonia (new what?). This may seem an unlikely proposition, but a weeks cut price, off-season cruise round the tropical islands of ...

    Tasmania - where there's only 3 types of snakes...

    A travel blog entry by cnudo on Feb 17, 2015

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    ... on the left side' signs there are. Makes you wonder how many people messed that up. En route to Mt. Wellington we winded up a massive, well, mountain, to the very top, a casual 1,200 meters high. The views weren't what we were expecting, seeing the vast city and suburbs below and mountains over 100km away. I made the connection that the layered mountains looked like the old Microsoft desktop photo, it didn't look real. With our running shoes in the back seat, we changed ...

    At sea - On our way to Hobart, Tasmania

    A travel blog entry by hazelmc on Jan 31, 2015

    3 photos

    ... Line Dancing, attending a talk on our next port of call, Sudoku, reading and (of course) cups of tea and eating. It must be pretty rough, as we have been told that the dance show, planned for this evening, has been postponed and replaced with a safer singing show. Interestingly, we seem to be getting followed by some birds that are keeping pace with the ship, not diving for food and not landing on the surface. We think the ...

    Yachts Taste Festival and the drive south

    A travel blog entry by wherrol on Jan 02, 2015

    11 photos

    ... is stronger.

    Checking our Wiki Camps app we decided to head down to Gordon for the night. The drive was, as always amazing. The camp was full to the brim and overflowing. Long weekend and there were more Tasmanian's there than tourists. Couldn't have fitted Vincent any which way.

    Passed the lovely village of Cygnet where we will be returning to next weekend for the folk festival and finally ended up at Franklin on the river in a $10 campsite. Very picturesque.
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    Tasman Peninsula

    A travel blog entry by cbrnomads on Nov 07, 2014

    3 comments, 39 photos

    ... back down Eaglehawk Neck where we walked along the dogline. This was a line of savage dogs chained across the Isthmus of Eaglehawk Neck to stop convicts from escaping from Port Arthur.

    We had a look at Tasman Arch and the Devils Kitchen, then did the Waterfall Bay walk. The walk was about 3.5km return with incredible views of the coastline.




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