Rosie's Inn

Address: 5 Oast Street, New Norfolk, Tasmania, 7140, Australia | 4 star hotel
 
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This 4 star hotel, located on 5 Oast Street, New Norfolk, is near Salmon Ponds.
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      Travel Blogs from New Norfolk

      Departure minus 2 days

      A travel blog entry by sleepydwarf on Sep 19, 2014

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      ... for flights to the UK. My phone can't be powered on without being plugged in, so that's that. Tick. Sort of. I have to organise this when I get there. This doesn't make my organisational-freak side happy.

      We have all our travel documents and emergency cash. Tick.



      I picked up the cash earlier this week. I was expecting it to be handed over in something a bit more exotic than ...

      Departure minus 2 weeks

      A travel blog entry by sleepydwarf on Sep 07, 2014

      ... br> So that’s all done, and we have an itinerary that ranges from being quite tight on some days to being totally flexible on others.

      We’ve also sorted out travel money. This will involve a combination of fee-free credit cards and debit cards (neither of which charge a currency conversion fee) and a small amount of cash.

      And an emergency credit card in case things go horribly wrong.

      I have no idea ...

      All aboard

      A travel blog entry by saw_itt on Apr 16, 2014

      11 photos

      ... of mining in the area.

      At 8.45 the conductor called “All aboard” so we got on our carriage. Luckily the heater was on in the carriage, plus they supplied blankets to keep us warm.

      Soon we were off. There were 2 guides(one named Thomas – yes Thomas works on trains) and a conductor on the train, as well as 2 drivers. This was more than just a train ride; it was a history lesson in the creation of Queenstown, ...

      Day 52 - Franklin to New Norfolk

      A travel blog entry by ambro0 on Jan 18, 2014

      11 photos

      ... were hatched and raised along with the salmon. Unlike salmon. trout are non-migratory and they quickly became established throughout Tasmania's lakes and streams. The fish in the ponds included Brook Trout, Rainbow Trout, Brown Trout, Tiger Trout, Albino Rainbow Trout and Atlantic Salmon and we saw all of these. Then, we walked down to the riverside walk. The fish in the Plenty River were more interested in the food being thrown in by ...

      Small Big City

      A travel blog entry by georgeescape on Jan 15, 2014

      7 photos

      Day 11 – Wednesday, 15th January, 2014 (written by Suz)

      The days are now flying by and we are about the halfway point of our trip.

      We are all pretty tired and looking forward to a break at the end of the week.

      Heading into Hobart today to have a look around Tasmania's capital city with a population of about 220,000 residents it is only little like a big country town.

      It takes about 20 minutes to drive from ...