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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    We explore a bit of the Tasman Peninsula in search of firewood for our next remote campsite at Mill Creek campground in Fortescue Bay. We have booked a lovely ocean front site for 2 nights. The wildlife is again plentiful and we can add a seal and dolphins to our sightings. Some locals give us a freshly caught squid down at the dock. They kindly even clean it for us after we mention that we are prairie folk from Canada.
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    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 ...

    Facinating and sad at the same time

    A travel blog entry by jimbo.maddy on Jan 14, 2015

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    ... 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 ...

    Convict History

    A travel blog entry by pennywilkins on Nov 28, 2014

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    ... the tide was out it was not very impressive. However it was located in a community named Doo Town where most of the houses are named and include Doo in the name, such as Dr. Doolittle, We Doo and Love Me Doo. At the car park, there was a food truck called Doolicious that served meat pies, fish and chips and wonderful ice cream with fresh fruit dishes. We stopped in town for an ATM and a bottle shop before going home to a late ...

    Convict Days

    A travel blog entry by aitkenadventure on Apr 17, 2014

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    I had mixed feelings about visiting Port Arthur historic site but I am so glad I did. It is quite expensive ($80/family) but includes a 20min harbour cruise, 40min walking tour and 2 days entry. It was so interesting to learn how the convicts lived and learn some of their personal stories (some were as young as 9!). The Port Arthur site is responsible for much of the settlement of our country.

    I ...