Hatcher's Manor

Address: 73 Prossers Road, Richmond, Tasmania, 7025, Australia | 4 star hotel
 
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This 4 star hotel, located on 73 Prossers Road, Richmond, is near Richmond Bridge, Richmond Gaol, Old Hobart Town Model Village, and Richmond Maze and Tearooms.
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    Travel Blogs from Richmond

    Mona Museum and Richmond

    A travel blog entry by lyn-gary-travel on Mar 16, 2015

    3 photos

    ... on display including some rather sexually explicit ones too.
    The museum itself is cut into the sandstone rock and I thought that the building itself was very interesting.

    We drove into Richmond, had lunch in a quaint little teahouse and seen Australia's oldest bridge, built in 1823 and built out of sandstone. We also seen Australia's oldest Catholic Church, built in 1836 and still in use.

    All in all we had a great day of sightseeing, well worth the visit.

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    Bothwell and the "Spin In"

    A travel blog entry by dippy_ditty on Feb 21, 2015

    2 comments, 8 photos

    ... begins to knit following the pattern they’ve been given. Eventually there is one combing the raw wool, one spinning the raw wool, one spinning the wool into two ply and one knitting. This is all done with in a set time frame.

    I am intrigued by this, Michael not so much. Anyway; while we’re chatting to our neighbour, who is over 80 and has an interesting life story to tell, a late model ute drives up, ...

    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) ...

    The Western Wilderness

    A travel blog entry by cbrnomads on Nov 25, 2014

    46 photos

    ... first mining site on the Mout Lyell field, and the start of a century of copper mining.



































    It was still lightly raining when we got to Nelson Falls. A short walk through the rain forest and there was ...

    Tasmania

    A travel blog entry by pamandcon on Mar 06, 2014

    61 photos

    ... and headed north towards Freycinet national Park. We checked out some of the nicest parts of the park. On the walkway into honeymoon bay, we came across some friendly wallabies including a small baby that wanted us to feed it! We were like big children petting it! That night we stayed in a cabin in a caravan park in Swansea! On the Monday, we got up early and headed back to the Freycinet national park to do the long ...