Captains Cabin

Address: 258 Nebraska Road, Bruny Island, Tasmania, 7150, Australia | Hotel
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This hotel, located on 258 Nebraska Road, Bruny Island, is near Inverawe Native Gardens and Tinderbox Marine Nature Reserve.
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    Travel Blogs from Bruny Island

    Kingston, Margate, Snug, Kettering and Cygnet

    A travel blog entry by jennyndaveevans on May 18, 2015

    1 comment, 17 photos

    ... coast around the peninsula and saw a lot of little places that did not have anything to look at except for some houses. The scenery was great and Dave loves driving the windy roads. Came across a place called Flowerpot and all we found was a stall on the side of the road selling cut flowers. I brought a little arrangement for $3 and it looks good in the van. Had to support the locals.

    The last town I was looking forward to visiting was Gygnet but when we got there it wasn't ...

    Bruny Island tour and cruise

    A travel blog entry by robselclark on Feb 20, 2015

    6 photos

    ... warm enough. I would have appreciated a beanie though. We got back to Kettering at about 5pm and then drove to John & Theresa's place for drinks and dinner. A lovely 5 acres on a hillside with great views. The walls of the 1970s house (internal and external) were made of huge 2 1/2 inch thick VJ timbers of Celery Top Pine. We had a great roast dinner with Tassie wines and a good ...

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

    A travel blog entry by cnudo on Feb 17, 2015

    3 comments, 9 photos

    ... and began strolling an "advanced walkers only" pathway, leading us to who knows where. Following a faint track and some metal poles with an orange markings, we tripped and stumbled our way along. Advanced walking is no joke. There was a sign that pointed to what looked like the highest point we wanted to go to, so we turned in that direction. The path became even more unclear as we went, but once we started scaling boulders and jumping from rocks, we realized we were way ...

    Fluted Cape Circuit (#7 walk 2 of 60)

    A travel blog entry by bernieandpeter on Feb 07, 2015

    11 photos

    ... a group who had a person amongst them wearing toe shoes/bare foot shoes. These looked interesting but we were both not sure if the soles of our feet could handle the rough surfaces without the padding of really good sole.

    At the lookout point we met a lovely younger couple from Sydney, He was in the Navy and home on holiday from overseas. They photographed us with ...

    Bruny Island

    A travel blog entry by sjoyce007 on Dec 28, 2014

    8 photos

    ... and cherry jam were nice, but the cheeses were pretty awful. Although we were waiting for the ferry at about the time the winner of the Sydney to Hobart yacht would have been coming past we didn't know, or see it, and our guide was less than interested in checking on their progress. After a brief stop at my hotel I walked down to Hobart harbour, taking a cell call from Jack and David on my way. It took a while to find the ...