Hotel Tasmania

Address: 191 Charles St, Launceston, Tasmania, 7250, Australia | Hotel
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This hotel, located on 191 Charles St, Launceston, is near The Queen Victoria Museum & Art Gallery, The Tamar Valley, Tamar River Cruises, and The Old Umbrella Shop.
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Travel Blogs from Launceston


A travel blog entry by esjaydev on May 21, 2015

We all got up early this morning and went for a 4 hour walk around Cradle Mountain which was UNBELIEVABLE. Such a stunning natural wonder. After lunch in the cafe we piled in. The car and drove to Launceston, stopping at a place called Sheffield on the way to buy some car snacks and have a little wonder. The hostel we stayed at in Launceston was so nice! They made us mulled wine on arrival and we all watched the sunset on the roof balcony and went for a really good final meal ...

Tassie Time!

A travel blog entry by ermg on Feb 28, 2015

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... we headed over to Cateract Gorge. This place was tucked away just off one of the main roads. You follow a path along a river surrounded by large rocks and cliffs and about 1KM down and suddenly it all opens up to a large lake and more rocky formations. This place seems like the locals playground; A free swimming pool that is open year round to the public, a cafe, short hikes around the lake, and a lot of wallabies hopping around is what fills the ...

Caving and Gorging!

A travel blog entry by ruthbeattie on Jan 20, 2015

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... required to move between some of the stalagmites and stalactites, all in fear of the $15,000 fine if you damaged anything! Anyway it was a very good cave system, with many fine examples of mineral deposits forming very elaborate structures. Some were coloured with iron salts making for a range of browny colours. The lighting was quite clever, and showed them off well. It was billed as a dry cave, simply because the river that helped make the original cave system was long ...

As Close As I Want To Get to Wildlife On This Trip

A travel blog entry by simonejacob on Nov 07, 2014

2 comments, 11 photos

... BMW, meeting with the Safari's tech support Craig, Chris and Shane who run the off-road training course and Maschine's Nick Selleck. Lavazza's Mio expresso coffee machine running off a bike in the carpark was a big hit.

Some circle work around Launceston (all one way streets) found our accommodation, Best Western, Glen is unfortunately staying elsewhere. Once settled it was hard work finding a decent coffee ...


A travel blog entry by suepaine on Sep 13, 2014

... sands catch the elevator up to the top floor of the building to view of the city, wow what a view. After this we headed to the gardens by the bay where we spent the rest of the afternoon. After that we caught a taxi back to our hotel for happy hour and French fries before heading off for more shopping in the local shopping centre prior to a final happy hour drink 9am ...