Lufra Apartments

Address: 380 Pirates Bay Dr, Eaglehawk Neck, Tasmania, 7179, Australia | Hotel
 
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This hotel, located on 380 Pirates Bay Dr, Eaglehawk Neck, is near Taranna Tasmanian Devil Park, Eaglehawk Neck Historic Site, and Pirates Bay/Eaglehawk Neck.
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    Travel Blogs from Eaglehawk Neck

    Fortescue Bay and Hike to Cape Hauy

    A travel blog entry by ronkathy on Mar 09, 2015

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    ... local's go out later in the day for 'squiding’ and come back well after dark. While watching the local seal, we happen to be on the dock upon the locals return and provide a flashlight beacon to guide them home. A dad, young son and daughter hop out of the oar-powered dingy with several squids and proceed to clean them. The 2 kids were up to their wrists in squid ink. We have no idea how to clean a squid, so are very ...

    Day 7

    A travel blog entry by andrewtnest on Jan 17, 2015

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    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 ...

    Sunny Tassie

    A travel blog entry by ruthbeattie on Jan 15, 2015

    7 photos

    ... an attractive, tranquil bay. The information boards and furniture exhibits in place in the various more intact houses helped set the scene, in conjunctive with a more interactive display at the visitor centre. Life for the convicts, some of whom had been sent there for what seem today to be very small crimes, must have been incredibly hard, but at least one of the governors was enlightened enough to try rehabilitation, using education, ...

    Port Arthur, UNESCO World Heritage Site

    A travel blog entry by sylviacourteau on Nov 20, 2014

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    ... human skeleton with a ball and chain still attached to the ankle, the remains of an escaped convict who had managed to get to the mainland. We were surprised to discover that after the rebellions of Upper and Lower Canada in 1837/38, 170 rebels received death sentences, many of which were commuted to transportation to Van Diemen's Land or New South Wales. It was indeed a harsh life and emotions had no place. It was simply reward and punishment as ...

    2nd Day at Warrabungal National Park

    A travel blog entry by dennis.rudge on Jun 06, 2014

    Very chilly overnight so laid in until 9 a.m then headed up to the showers which where nice and hot to warm us up. Had breaky then went for a walk around the park and sat watching a group of kangaroos feeding and laying around in the sunshine. Had a salad sandwich for lunch sitting in the sunshine. In the afternoon we got a fire together and had steaks for dinner and whole potatoes cooked in the fire. Yum ! Sat under the stars playing scrabble and retired ...