Beauty Point Cottages B&B

Address: 14 Flinders Street, Beauty Point, Tasmania, TAS 7270, Australia | Hotel
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This hotel, located on 14 Flinders Street, Beauty Point, is near Platypus House.
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      A travel blog entry by acmaclean on Sep 08, 2014

      2 comments, 6 photos

      ... the marine and bird life sanctuary. Drove up the western side of the valley to Beaconsfield and Beauty. Beauty was beauty. We actually had our first cup of coffee that actually tasted like it had coffee in it. Crossed the river over the Batemans bridge and headed to George Town a river container terminal. Had lunch at Lilydale and then back into the city. Parked up and walked for an hour or so up the Cataract river ...

      Go Forth intrepid travellers.. and FREEZE!

      A travel blog entry by tscandals on Apr 29, 2014

      1 comment, 12 photos

      ... tad to long (about 2.0m too long) for the pieman river punt, we needed to go the true grey nomad way towards Strahan. But before doing this we spent some time in Stanley.

      Now Stanley is known for one thing, and its not the yummy local lobster we consumed, nor the delicious scallop pie I enjoyed, and it wasn't the cold fxxxxxg weather either. YEP! we climbed the famous STANLEY NUT (via the chairlift of course) and we were rewarded with amazing views across the ...

      "Apple of our eye"

      A travel blog entry by 2cmenages on Jan 14, 2014

      29 photos

      ... Strahan after a scenic drive through forest and mountains. We were greeted by polar weather and could sympathise with the passengers on the boat that was stranded in Antarctica! Claire discovered that the local supermarket sold scarves so treated us all to some new winter accessories instead of the usual summer shopping items like suncream, hats, buckets and spades! The poor weather gave us time to read, draw, play games, watch movies and generally just 'hang ...

      Day 72 Nagambie - Melbourne - Devonport

      A travel blog entry by gaywhish on Jun 15, 2013

      3 photos

      ... much behind us.

      We had the usual on board dinner, watched a bit of footy on Deck 7, and then crashed in our cabins until called at 5.45am. The crossing was relatively smooth apparently, not that we knew.

      Driving from the ship to home was the first time I had driven in the dark for more than 10 weeks so it felt a bit strange, but as with all trips it was nice to be finally home.

      We had a great time, we did what we set out to ...

      Day 39 - Tamar Valley and Launceston (Tasmania)

      A travel blog entry by thekemptons on May 07, 2013

      18 photos

      ... in their tanks and being fed. We really like them and they look really sweet. We learn however that they can be deadly to small mammals and seriously hospitalise an adult human. The males have deadly venom that they will use if they are picked up. The centre has five platypus' and we spend a good amount of time watching them. None of us have ever seen one before. Next we visit the Echidna room where three little ...