Quality Hotel Gateway Devonport Tasmania

Address: 16 Fenton Street ., Devonport, Tasmania, 7310, Australia | Hotel
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This hotel, located on 16 Fenton Street ., Devonport, is near Melbourne Zoo, Lygon Street, IMAX Theatre, and Queens Park.
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Travel Blogs from Devonport

Day 29 Euroa to Devonport

A travel blog entry by gaywhish on Aug 31, 2015

1 comment, 3 photos

... 9,360 kms this trip, with 110 hours of driving time. We have used 980 litres of diesel at an average price of $1.49 cpl. Fuel consumption ranged from 9.00 L/100kms when cruising with a tailwind, to 11.7 L/100kms when doing the speed limit into a headwind, for an average of 10.25 L/100kms for the whole trip.

We had a relatively calm crossing on the refurbished Spirit 1, and disembarked at 6.45am in Devonport. ...

March and April

A travel blog entry by bethinetta on Apr 26, 2015

2 comments, 55 photos

... L as well, and see Sienna, sleeping peacefully in Jamie's arms. We did also get to hear her screaming a bit later on in the conversation, but we didn't mind.

Easter weekend was very quiet for us, as we didn't really have anyone to celebrate with! B worked on Good Friday and Easter Monday (public holiday rates, yes please!) while G caught up with some friends and did some planning for work. Easter Saturday we think we spent in the city (neither of us can ...

A Day with the Southern Region Elders and Deacons

A travel blog entry by victorkubik on Mar 08, 2015

13 photos

... very VERY intersting PPT's which I am bringing home with me to show at one of our Monday AM Focus meetings at the home office.
Pastor Stephen Clark gave a most interesting presentation about UYC (United Youth Camp). What they did and what we do in the USA is quite similar. They had 74 campers from Australia at a New South Wales location..

After lunch the time was turned to me for presentation. What I was give summaries of ...

The Great Ocean Road

A travel blog entry by richard.wolters on Feb 15, 2015

1 comment, 22 photos

... road hugs the coast and winds along its foreshore. Within minutes you can either drive/ride a meter above sea level followed by steep climbs with twists and turns reaching 200-300 meters. The many bays make for good fishing or pleasant pick nick spots.

Things changes over time-many years ago I visited the small village of Lorne which had now become a resort town. I had been here in my early days when I was a motorcycle dealer. During one of our open ...


A travel blog entry by dippy_ditty on Feb 08, 2015

1 comment, 12 photos

... around Tassie was a great way to start our gap year. Despite the weather, it rained a fair bit, Tassie is a wonderful place full of history, beautiful bush, lake and beach scenery, great walks and the toilet facilities are generally excellent. Mike and I did a loo review around Tassie and most are well stocked, clean (including graffiti free), and the bush toilets generally don’t smell. They were usually hybrid toilets meaning they are a long ...