Prospect House

Address: 1384 Richmond Road, Richmond, Tasmania, 7025, Australia | Hotel
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This hotel, located on 1384 Richmond Road, Richmond, is near Richmond Bridge, Richmond Gaol, Old Hobart Town Model Village, and Richmond Maze and Tearooms.
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Travel Blogs from Richmond

Weather turned us north

A travel blog entry by wherrol on Mar 04, 2015

We had planned to wander up Hartz Peak and view Bruny Island over the next few days. However the weather front has turned us northwards. No fun walking in weather conditions that predicted "Strong winds...snow over 700 mtrs....rain". We are back to crisscrossing the island and going to places we missed out on previously, because of the ...

Christmas Day atop of Mt Wellington then.....

A travel blog entry by wherrol on Dec 25, 2014

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... luncheon, in a carpark, keeping warmer than those outside. Sharon made bread rolls with the usual recipe that made the camper smell very bready. Allan then had turkey and salad and Sharon tofu and salad. Yummo.

The sun peaked out so we rushed out to take photos. Didn't last long.

We rang Geoff and talked to the children, sort of, they sounded so excited about Santa's visit.

Drove back down the hill again and headed ...


A travel blog entry by court-n-keiran on Dec 22, 2014

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... from where we're staying. We stopped in at Puddleduck winery and had some tastings of their white wines and ciders. We drove through the cute little town then Keiran, Zoe and Jackson went down the river and bridge to feed the ducks while Sue, Mikki and I went for a look through a few of the little shops in the main street. On the way home we stopped at Wicked cheese and tasted a few of their cheeses and bought a few things for Christmas.


Home at last

A travel blog entry by sleepydwarf on Oct 06, 2014

4 comments, 4 photos

... duty free purchases I would have used my credit card, so getting those currencies was really just for the novelty of having different currencies. The Euros were worth having for small purchases in Paris, but getting it in a single 100 Euro note (about $143) wasn't helpful when buying postcards. (Sorry postcard retailers of Paris.)

14. A long black in the UK is called an Americano. And they give you milk on the side. I believe these are actually 2 ...

Like it

A travel blog entry by gypsyfeet on Apr 11, 2014

1 comment, 22 photos

... interesting looking cafe, bookshop, or organic whole foods place I can pull over and we can indulge in our favourite thing - pretending to be locals.. A lot of the locals here seem into the green, cardigan wearing thing so we almost fit right in. I even like the Eco friendly car too. It's a red Kia Rio and quite sporty for a tiny little 1.4. semi automatic. It wasn't that many years ago this size car would be a gutless tin can but with today's technology they zip along and ...