Kentish Hills Retreat

Address: 2 West Nook Road, Sheffield, Tasmania, 7306, Australia | Hotel
 
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This hotel is located on 2 West Nook Road, Sheffield.
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      Travel Blogs from Sheffield

      Marsupials

      A travel blog entry by coralee on Feb 24, 2014

      On Monday, we left our motel in Launceston to start our journey to the Cradle Mountains where we would be staying the night. On the way we took a detour through the Tamar Valley and made a stop at Platypus world. Here we saw platypuses/platypi(!?) and echidnas. The guides told us so much about the marsupials and I think they are both fascinating. Stopped off in Shefield 'town of murals' before the windy roads that led us to our chateau in the cradle ...

      North West Tasmania

      A travel blog entry by larry-jan on Feb 20, 2014

      1 comment, 18 photos

      ... late so food is eggs and a tin of pears. Then shower and bed.The walk around the river is Bells parade and Sheeans walk. Starting at the memorial to Ordinary seaman Edward Sheean for his heroic wartime exploits. It is not bad but we go further up beside the river as far as we can go, we do not see any platypus, it is getting late in the morning though. On our way back we find a natural bushland walk up Dooleys hill that takes you up ...

      Great Walks and Climbs around Cradle Mountain

      A travel blog entry by mike_margaret on Feb 12, 2014

      42 photos

      ... in the area during the snow season with their thick fur to keep them warm and sharp claws to dig through the snow to find food.

      The area became a National Park in 1910 when Austrian born Gustav Weindorfer and his wife came to the area on honeymoon and climbed the Cradle Mountain. At the summit they were so enthralled by what they saw before them, that Gustav proclaimed 'This must be a National Park for the people for all time. It is magnificent and people must ...

      Railton & Sheffield

      A travel blog entry by georgeescape on Jan 06, 2014

      5 photos

      ... the day we watched the wind pick it up and rotate the camper. Before it was damaged any further or ripped to shreds Martin & Anne returned to find 4 strangers half way through packing down their camper. Luckily for them they only had bent poles and a hole ripped in the floor. They were at the end of their trip and were heading home to Sydney in 2 days. By dinner time the winds had dropped dramatically and we wondered what all ...

      Day 24 - Day Trip to Devil's Gullet

      A travel blog entry by ambro0 on Dec 21, 2013

      31 photos

      ... to Devil's Gullet. We arrived there at 11:46 am - just over an hour after leaving Sheffield. Here it was 10deg C and 1142m ASL. There was a 530m walk to the lookout - saw lots of pretty flowers along the track. Then it was back into the car and we continued along the same road to find Lake Mackenzie. It was only about 7k and we arrived at the end of the road and took some more photos. Not quite as high here - only 1126m ASL and the temperature had risen by ...