How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Non-smoking hotel
- Laundry facilities (self serve)
- Conference facilities
TripAdvisor Reviews Lufra Apartments Eaglehawk Neck
Travel Blogs from Eaglehawk Neck
Toured Hobart today, Saturday, so we're able to take in the Salamanca Market, where there was the usual fare of accessories, clothes, household items and food. We had chicken satay sticks and pizza for lunch. Arthur Circus had quaint houses and this part of town had other historic buildings. We spent one and half hours in the city museum and art gallery. I found the information about the Tasmanian tiger and Antarctica interesting. The treatment dished out to ...
... instead but they were still bloody good. ��. We then jumped back in Big Red and headed to Port Arthur. It was a very wet and windy day but that was alright as we put the wet weather gear on and was nice and cosy. The historical centre was absolutely fascinating and another 'Must Do' if you are on the East Coast. It was so facinating to hear about the strong and brutal British rule and the life of the soldiers ...
... established an historic site. We toured through the grounds and buildings and then took a cruise to the Isle of the Dead which was the cemetery for the colony and over 1100 bodies were buried there. The second stop on the cruise was the Point Puer Boys prison. This island was the first juvenile reformatory the British empire. Most of the boys were between 14 and 17 with the youngest just 9 years old. The life was harsh with ...
... that Port Arthur was much more than just a prison, it was a complete community. It was established in 1830 and by 1840 more than 2000 convicts, soldiers and staff lived there. A range of goods were being produced from bricks, furniture, clothing and boats.
Another tragic chapter to Port Arthur was the shooting in 1996 and it was very emotional to visit the memorial garden for the 35 victims of the ...
... should be avoided! I packed up and headed out on a path running east of the campsite to Cape Hauy (pronounced Howie). At first the path ran along Fotescue Bay and started to climb into the cool eucalyptus forest, where I saw my first wild echidna, so cute snuffling for bugs. The views back to the bay were fab and the path newly refreshed, with some great stonework. Thinking about this took my mind off the uphill climb! The path opened out near the top and you could see ...