Heritage Hanmer Springs
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- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Tennis Court
- High-speed internet in room (surcharge)
- High-speed internet in room
- Room service
TripAdvisor Reviews Heritage Hanmer Springs
Travel Blogs from Hanmer Springs
... one or two spurts of water. this part of the coast is often compared to the Big Sur in the US and we could see why,long sandy beaches with huge rolling breakers but not safe for swimming at all. the road carried on to Westport which was a proper town with supermarkets and the first fuel for 100km. The supermarket had wifi so we knew we had reached civilisation but we had to ...
... 300 pairs of White Flippered Penguins. Years of working on to obtain DOC (Dept of Conservation) funding finally came to fruition and over the years the couple, and their now grown children, have not only take a species from near extinction (The White Flippered Penguin is endemic to the Banks Peninsula) to a strong population in excess of over 1300 breeding pairs on their property alone. Now remember that they bought this farm to raise sheep, not care for penguins....so ...
... of tea. Kids enjoyed the Superbowl and slides as well as all the many different pools. Pity we still have a 2 hour drive home and can't just hop back to our motel.
Still, Cameron keen for more activity, so found him some clay pigeon shooting. I chose to spend an hour wandering around instead, just time enough to buy something from Wild South. ...
It was another beautiful morning when we awoke in Hanmer Springs, we had breakfast in the sun and then headed off into the town to see what our options were for the day. After enjoying the adrenalin of racing around in the speed boats marion had decided she wanted more white knuckle activities so we decided to go for some jet boating! We booked in for the afternoon and decided to head off into the forest to go for a walk and get some much needed shade from ...
... shack opposite a small spurious looking house, the kind of house featured at the start of a horror film when the young couple pull up. None of the curtains twitched as I gazed at the still house. We were the only people there and we had not passed any vehicles or seen any people on the way since leaving the state highway. It was getting late and my imagination ran away with me until I remembered how much I needed to loo. Fortunately there were pretty descent toilets and when ...