Cascade Hotel

22 Cascade Rd., Hobart, Tasmania, 7004, Australia | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Hobart

Unleash the Big Black Beast

A travel blog entry by micknmila


... Bay of Fires stretch of Coast-line. Passed through the scenic town of St Helens, on the way. We also came across an absolute gem of a resort called White Sands Estate on our way up the coast. It had a brewery on-site - the Ironhouse Brewery - with beer tastings! We'd come back and stay at this resort in a heart-beat. The Bay of Fires is named after the red coloration of the rocks along the shore. We were heading for a place called the Binalong Bay Cafe with wonderful ...

Celebrating Australia Day with the Devil

A travel blog entry by jasonandgaryn


... obese in parts of the world, and a room showing a video of 30 Madonna fans signing songs from her album. Other pieces included a full room dedicated to showing what happens to food as it goes through the digestive system - which felt more like a science experiment than art. There was much, much, much more and plenty of it, I didn't get. There was no text/information beside the pieces of art, but the museum provides each visitor with an ...

Small Big City

A travel blog entry by georgeescape


... road to Mt Wellington the views of Hobart were stunning. We unnecessarily packed jumpers as we heard it can be quite cool at 1270m high. The 360 degree views were breath taking amazing. The road took 2 years to build back in the 1930’s by the government as unemployment was high, this would not have been an easy job especially in the winter snow.

Taking Huon Road from the bottom of the mountain we passed farms and old country pubs that are only ...

Salamanca Markets

A travel blog entry by ajaussietour


Today we drove into Hobart to see the Salamanca Markets. There was 350 stalls of different kinds of things. We got to spend $10 each and I got a magazine and 4 books. It was a sunny day so we walked around looking at everything and eating some yummy food like donuts, ice cream and sausage sizzles. We got back to our campsite in time to feed the animals at ...

Parks, Port Arthur, and MONA

A travel blog entry by maryleabyrd


... like squares of concrete. After crossing Eaglehawk Neck, we walked to the Tasman Blowhole (which wasn't blowing) and on to Devil's Kitchen and the Tasman Arch. Before arriving at Port Arthur we passed the location of the Dogline. This prison was so isolated and protected by water on three sides, the entrance across the narrow isthmus was guarded by attack dogs that were staked close enough together that a convict couldn't pass between them. ...


This hotel, located on 22 Cascade Rd., Hobart, is near Cascade Brewery, South Hobart, Sub-Antarctic Plant House, and University of Tasmania.
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