4 Thomas Street, Devonport, Tasmania, 7310, Australia | 3 star hotel
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Travel Blogs from Devonport

Cradle to Coast Tasting Trail

A travel blog entry by saw_itt


... off to The Honey Farm at Chudleigh. It was jam packed with people. There were
shelves filled with different varieties of honey, including honey flavours I had never seen done before – creamed honey with caramel and raspberry. It also had medical honey and honey based beauty products. I had researched this place on the internet, I wanted to buy some apple cider honey vinegar. Its supposedly helps boost your immune system, something I thing I ...

Cradle Mountain

A travel blog entry by saw_itt


... was out of the car hugging the big penguin.

Back on the Bass Highway it wasn’t long before we found Burnie. A quick look around town and we went off to find our accommodation. The cabin was very basic, but it had a shower and a bed. It also had a heated pool, so the first thing Georgia unpacked was her swimmers. After a swim we headed back into Burnie for some groceries and dinner. Then back to the cabin for (hopefully) a good nights ...

Last ten Days Tasmania

A travel blog entry by larry-jan


... we walk around the lagoon find some copperhead snakes along with water birds, paddymelons, wallaby
Tasmania has 3 snakes all are venomous, the tiger, copperhead and white lipped { formally known as whip snake. Fortunately no body has died from Copperhead bite as we have nearly stepped on some when walking in bush.The last person to die in Tasmania from tiger snake bite was in 1966, the same anti venom works on all three ...

Heading to south Tasmania

A travel blog entry by larry-jan


... 1830.
Whales were southern right whales that used to come and shelter and calve over winter, making them an easy target. They where pushed to near extinction by the 1900s and became the first whales to be protected in 1935.
We walk up to a bronze whale sculpture then on to Fishers Point about 2-3 hours. Mostly along the beach and rocks and some inland forest. Past where some of the large smooth dolerite rocks were used by whalers to drag ...

Burnie, Penguin, Ulverstone, Devonport & Sheffield

A travel blog entry by mike_margaret

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... been very light but now as we crossed the north, we noticed the increase in heavy trucks and cars. Tasmania is in election mode and even the remotest roads are awash with election posters. The different political parties definitely want the people to know who their candidates are! As we drove through the small town of Somerset, we noticed the temperature was 20C at 9am....much warmer than it was when we left Stanley.

Before Wynyard, we turned left ...

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