Lighthouse Hotel Ulverstone

Address: 33 Victoria Street, Ulverstone, Tasmania, 7315, Australia | Hotel
 
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This hotel is located on 33 Victoria Street, Ulverstone.
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    Travel Blogs from Ulverstone

    Ulverstone and Latrobe

    A travel blog entry by jennyndaveevans on May 30, 2015

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    ... the day... Yummy and yes we came home with a bag full.....

    We then called in at Devonport as Dave wanted to know which boat we were going back on to the mainland. We came across on the Spirit of Tasmania 2 and discovered we would be going back on the same one. Dave said that was good as he knew it could handle the trip.

    We also discovered a Antiques Emporium..... It was room after room and we ended up getting kicked out as they wanted to close. We didn't ...

    Scenic Drives and a cave visit

    A travel blog entry by wherrol on Mar 08, 2015

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    ... Made sure, of course, that we parked the requisite distance to the Kedron Caravan next door. About three hours later a wiz bang rental rocked up and just squeezed in between us. We closed the windows. There was a spot or two left that was a little less crowded. Oh well we were happy campers. Met a lovely couple in their Bushtracker. Also a lovely couple in an AVan motorhome. We hope to talk to them tomorrow.
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    Montezuma Falls not revenge

    A travel blog entry by ruthbeattie on Jan 18, 2015

    6 photos

    ... constructed during the 1890s, linking smelters at Zeehan with mining operations in the hills around. The actual engineering involved to lay this track must have been extreme, with multiple streams coming down the hillside needing bridges and also plenty of cuttings through the sandstone. Along the walk there even an abandoned hand dug mine shaft: dark inside but a carefully laid platform for a floor, for those willing to venture in. The path was wet and ...

    A little bit excited

    A travel blog entry by shieldzy84 on Oct 26, 2014

    ... for me. Thanks! BBQ farewell tea at the parents, with grandparents and brothers and sisters. So full I can't walk let alone run. Thanks everyone for the presents and well wishes. Home for last minute rush jobs and more visits with family and friends. Finally bed, where have u been, oh so tired, I'm going to miss you, sleep time. New York ...

    Go Forth intrepid travellers.. and FREEZE!

    A travel blog entry by tscandals on Apr 29, 2014

    1 comment, 12 photos

    ... tad to long (about 2.0m too long) for the pieman river punt, we needed to go the true grey nomad way towards Strahan. But before doing this we spent some time in Stanley.

    Now Stanley is known for one thing, and its not the yummy local lobster we consumed, nor the delicious scallop pie I enjoyed, and it wasn't the cold fxxxxxg weather either. YEP! we climbed the famous STANLEY NUT (via the chairlift of course) and we were rewarded with amazing views across the ...