Balmoral on York

Address: 19 York St, Launceston, Tasmania, 7250, Australia | 4 star hotel
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This 4 star hotel, located on 19 York St, Launceston, is near City Park, The Tamar Valley, J. Boag & Son, and Tamar River Cruises.
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    A travel blog entry by lord_family on May 16, 2015

    2 comments, 22 photos

    ... city. We rode the chairlift, had a coffee in one of the two cafés and walked the suspension bridge. We made our way to the city via the Cataract Gorge walk and then missed a bus and walked all the way home, making yesterday my biggest Fitbit day yet. But it wasn't over - after lunch back at the caravan park, we drive up to Beauty Point to see the Platypus House and Seahorse World. One of the advantages of travelling slightly out of the tourist season is that you're ...

    Tasmania- Bottom of the World

    A travel blog entry by kleinfamille on Mar 20, 2015

    2 comments, 41 photos

    ... convicts and were very interested to find out more of the story. Port Arthur is a beautiful historical site with large lawns, well preserved old buildings and some ruins from the prison - very different than what was experienced by the men and boys who were sent here. We learned so much but here a few of the memorable points. The first is how young some of the boys were. At that time in England, children aged 7 could be out working trying to make some money ...

    Our first devil

    A travel blog entry by wherrol on Mar 11, 2015

    3 photos

    ... almost camped on top of a small motorhome next to the tap. Thereby taking up the walking space of the fellow campers so they had no access to the water point. Unless, of course, the elderly campers could clamber over the one metre high fence. Two gents filling up jerry cans with water gave a little explanation of the not so quiet type. The folk in ...

    Deloraine Western Tiers country

    A travel blog entry by pivinson on Nov 16, 2014

    2 comments, 3 photos

    ... near Latrobe and bought some products made with cherries. Today we spent some time at the Trowunna Wildlife Park near Mole Creek and witnessed feeding time for some Tasmanian Devils (see attached short video). We are told they were named Devils because of the bloodcurdling noise they made when it was dark when they were fighting amongst themselves for food, and also their ears look like devils horns when a light is shone on ...

    Her Story

    A travel blog entry by saw_itt on Apr 22, 2014

    1 comment, 15 photos

    ... before we knew it. 2 actors, one portraying convict woman Mary Jane and the other portraying the parts of the overseer and a doctor. It was a true story, based on the meticulous records kept by the staff of the time (remember it was run by the British military – though once outside not much is known of what happened to them), of the harsh life within the yard in 1833. More than More than a third of all female convicts arriving in Australia were ...