Customs House Waterfront Hotel

Address: 1 Murray Street, Hobart, Tasmania, 7000, Australia | 4 star hotel
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This 4 star hotel, located on 1 Murray Street, Hobart, is near Salamanca Place, Salamanca Arts Centre, Lark Distillery, and Hobart's Trikemania Adventure Tours.
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        Hobart, Tasmaina

        A travel blog entry by 2where2 on Feb 19, 2015

        1 comment, 4 photos

        Arrived safely, all flights were excellent and enough good cannot be said about Quantas "premium economy". I will love John forever for finding these seats. I slept right through the dinner service!

        Arrived at 4 pm, Thursday, February 19 to a few warm rain drops. We took the shuttle bus down to within a block of our hotel the Customs …

        Transported to Van Diemens Land

        A travel blog entry by hsa on Nov 04, 2015

        2 comments, 23 photos

        ... and Elvis Costello (yet to be read but supposedly his own work.)

        Sorell is named after the governor of Van Diemen’s land, and there are terraces of the penal colony that predated Tasmania everywhere you look. And as we are living in Sorell Barracks, which is the oldest building in Sorell c 1827, we don’t have to look far! It has been converted into 3 small apartments which are quite cosy (though M is a bit tall for the sloping ceilings).

        We ...


        A travel blog entry by lord_family on May 13, 2015

        2 comments, 29 photos

        ... Hey, it is NAPLAN week after all so they should do something, right?

        Some of the art was amazing, including the machine that produced words made from droplets of water (apparently a metaphor for the flood of information we have on the internet), the inside of a brain and a gastrointestinal machine that produced real smelling *****. In the main we admired the architecture and the innovation of MONA and the fact that it's very accessible for everyone with ...

        The Land Under the Land Down Under... Tasmania!

        A travel blog entry by cortney-derek on Feb 12, 2015

        36 photos

        ... s most popular attractions, Cradle Mountain. One thing we had noticed since being in Australia, is that much of their road system isn't quite as developed as what we are accustomed to in the U.S. As part of the drive we came to a mountain pass called Elephant Pass, which on the map looked like a "major" state route. It would prove to be a 1.5 lane road (technically it was 2 lanes but would hardly have passed as a country backroad in eastern Oregon/ ...

        Vinnie got hurt and the cooks tour.

        A travel blog entry by wherrol on Dec 30, 2014

        17 photos

        ... reading the history of the canal Sharon cooked up some apricot muffins for morning coffee time and Allan added his excellent coffee brew.

        Well fortified we continued on our trip. We drove along another incredibly smooth road to Marion Bay. About five minutes down the road Sharon realised she had not made bread for lunch. Allan pulled over in a pull off and Sharon quickly made the bread dough (it is only plain flour yeast and water) ...