Comfort Inn Sunrise

140 N Fenton Street, Devonport, Tasmania, 7310, Australia | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located on 140 N Fenton Street, Devonport, is near Platypus Experience.
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Travel Blogs from Devonport

Tasmania - Great Nature which hopefuly will stay..

A travel blog entry by hamburgtogo on May 18, 2014

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... is spectacular. Nevertheless we also enjoyed the view a bit and the rain breaks ;-) but on the way down we met some strange looking Pademelons. Kind of Kangaroo, a bit smaller and the always look a bit like smoking too much pot but very cute. The beaches before the Nut were also quite interesting. Some lonely beaches, some with old mussel fossil (we saw some) and some with old Aboriginie caves. Yes, I think the Aboriginies had a really taff time with the european ...

Cradle to Coast Tasting Trail

A travel blog entry by saw_itt on Apr 24, 2014

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... about the area, she explained that when the town of Barrington was settled, it took the locals 9 years to discover Mt Roland even existed - that's how densely forested the area was. She also talked about how Coles originated from Tasmania, and the first store burnt down just before Christmas. After checking out the new murals, and voting on our favourite, we explored the town and the existing murals. We found the lolly shop – who also sold ...

The apple island

A travel blog entry by biancadownunder on Apr 03, 2014

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... a very nice dish for us and we had directly a good feeling with him.

The next days we spent our working time with gardening, tidying up the sheds and playing with the dog while we did a nice forest walk with Andrew in our free time, he took us to the hastings caves and the hot springs (as former tour guide he still had a key for both attractions so we did not have to pay). As well we went together to a pub to listen to his old friend who ...

Last ten Days Tasmania

A travel blog entry by larry-jan on Mar 24, 2014

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... the witch, Largest Bonsai, Embassy gardens with buildings and things to represent each country -this is still under construction, the little pigs ville , humpty dumpty wall and lots more and of course The Village of Lower Crackpot built 1/5 scale of normal buildings in brick and concrete.
We head fun until after lunch time so we had lunch watching the rowers train on the Lake Barrington then headed to our last night at a ...

Saturday back to Tas.

A travel blog entry by jdobson on Feb 22, 2014

... up and dropped off at the guys accommodation before we could start on our way to Adelaide. So at 2 pm we again headed out of Bordertown, this time towards Adelaide, finally. After 4 hours driving we arrived in Adelaide just before 6 and found the Adelaide Shores Caravan Park which is quite close to the airport. We set up the van ...