Orana House Heritage Bed & Breakfast

20 Lowelly Road, Lindisfarne, Tasmania, 7015, Australia | Hotel
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Location

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

    Day 40 - Snug

    A travel blog entry by ambro0 on Jan 06, 2014

    ... d love to be here on the first Friday of the month for their Jazz night in the restaurant. Then we headed into Hobart and eventually found a polar fleece wind-cheater that will be great! It is actually twice as thick as any other polar fleece that we have. The only negative is that it has a full-length zipper instead of a short one but when you are looking in Summer, you've really got to take what you can get. I also scored at Target - two pairs of shorts. Yeah, I'm being ...

    Wowsers

    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 ...

    Parks, Port Arthur, and MONA

    A travel blog entry by maryleabyrd on Oct 14, 2013

    2 comments, 10 photos

    ... story of convict life. The drive to Port Arthur was about 90 minutes but we made several stops along the Convict Trail to see local sites. This is now the main highway in Tasmania, linking Hobart in the South and Launceston in the north. It also provided access to Port Arthur which became the prison for repeat offenders. There were some beautiful views of Pirates Bay where we also saw the Tesselated Pavement. This natural formation in the limestone ...

    Opening night at FoV

    A travel blog entry by akgirlschoir on Jul 10, 2013

    2 comments, 3 photos

    ... the Orange team are now in the capable hands of Elaine Kuri. Vika, Miladeh, Litirina and Feri - you don't have to worry about your girls, they are extremely brave and very independent - they are having a fabulous time and this experience will stay with them for life! Eseta is showing great leadership skills and she is blossoming in her role as leader!

    The girls have been ...

    Bruny Island cruise

    A travel blog entry by mgibbs on Apr 29, 2013

    ... tuna birds, petrels, gulls and dolphins. On board was something of a United Nations with Vietnamese, Croatian, Chinese, Australians, and Kiwis that we heard of. We had a blueberry muffin for morning tea and they supplied a nice soup and salad roll lunch when we returned about 2.20pm. The boats were open but were very well suited to these waters with only a little spray. We notes two boats fishing near the jetty, one of which landed four flathead in the few minutes we ...