Orana House Heritage Bed & Breakfast

Address: 20 Lowelly Road, Lindisfarne, Tasmania, 7015, Australia | Hotel
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This hotel, located on 20 Lowelly Road, Lindisfarne, is near Royal Tasmanian Botanical Gardens, Tasman Bridge, Jump In Tours, and Sullivan's Cove.
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      Travel Blogs from Lindisfarne

      Hobart and the Southernmost Point of Tassie

      A travel blog entry by catherinemoldau on Jan 24, 2014

      2 comments, 14 photos

      ... in and not move ! hee hee. Fab fun. We saw big tees and mountains and went on the Ida Bay Railway. 7kms along the shore where they took the Limestone that was quarried in 1919-1975 from the Lune River to the sea in little trains on a rare 2ft gauge - now a tourist experience. Then backtracked to Hobart to get new tyres and visit MONA! Then off to the West. Heading inland to the Gordon Dam area. I should say- we have extended our stay in Tassie by 6 days and now leave on the 9 ...

      Why I Should Move to Tasmania

      A travel blog entry by bakkepackers on Jan 12, 2014

      2 comments, 16 photos

      ... the drive. Finally, the roads became flatter and straighter, and we started seeing more sheep and cows as the terrain became pastoral. Just when we reached this point, we turned off toward some mountains again to visit Mount Field National Park. Here, we embarked on our final Tassie bushwalk, another of the "60 Great Short Walks" in Tasmania, to Russell Falls. This waterfall cascades several levels over horizontal rock strata, and was much taller than we imagined ...


      A travel blog entry by gazkaf on Dec 19, 2013

      Well it is together. I am just blown away at how quickly we were able to build it. The little house is now ready for cladding in 'bendy' ply. It now goes into the workshop to have the 'fit out'. I will be very busy at night, to get ready for ...

      Ashes Victory & Mount Wellington

      A travel blog entry by james_ramshaw on Jul 15, 2013

      8 photos

      ... the city of Hobart with the low clouds blowing through, and to the west the national parks with their rolling hills and forestry. From every angle Tasmania was showing off the beauty that it is famous for. After returning to the hostel I decided to test if the Tasmanian version of fish and chips, matched those of good old Blighty. After enquiring with the locals for the best place around for the dish, I was pointed in ...

      Cruising - Hobart, Tasmania

      A travel blog entry by hillsinokotoks on Mar 20, 2013

      6 photos

      ... and runs above the Huon Valley. The height of the cantilever section is 38 m. above ground and 48 m. above the Huon and Picton Rivers. Tahune means "peaceful place by running water" in the Aboriginal language. The dense temperate forest contains many species of flora and fauna. The trees are huge and the gum trees are the largest in the world. Only the Sequoia are larger. It was an amazing walk being able to look down into the trees. We only had rare glimpses of ...