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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      Burnie to Cradle Mountain

      A travel blog entry by hazway on Sep 08, 2014

      9 photos

      ... bus for the 20min ride up to Dove Lake met a funny cou[le from Newcastle so had an interesting chat on the way. Had a walk around and saw the old Boat shed but decided not to do the full circuit. The cloud lifted for a moment and I got a clear shot of the mountain. We waited for the bus and chatted to two couples from Hobart.
      After ...

      Heading to south Tasmania

      A travel blog entry by larry-jan on Feb 28, 2014

      1 comment, 14 photos

      ... whales for for butchering. At fishers Point look out you look out to southern ocean or east to Bruny island , this is the next destination.
      Just the other side our camp we found a very dark tiger snake out trying to get some sun. We think the tiger snakes here are so dark to utilise colour to gain as much heat as possible in this not so hot place.
      On the way back up to Hobart to get across to Bruny island we stop in at Hastings caves ...


      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 ...

      Day 4 Cradle mountain walks

      A travel blog entry by johnmu on Jan 12, 2014

      14 photos

      ... all up, if we were lucky there were timber stairs but in some upward parts of the climb it was just rock outcrops. there were numerous stops along the way at Lake Lilla, Wombats waterhole, Wombats peak and eventually Crater lake. later in the day we did another short walk close by the Cradle Mt Lodge where we are staying. While on the walk we encountered a few of the local ...

      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 ...