Rosie's Inn

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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    4.50 of 5 stars Outstanding

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    All aboard

    A travel blog entry by saw_itt on Apr 16, 2014

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    ... and the afternoon's drive. It seemed to work.

    Just before 8am we reached the West Coast Wilderness Railway. It was quite cool here, so we rugged up with scarves and jackets. Check-in commenced at 8am, so we went and got our tickets (having already booked and paid online was a great idea – there were quite a few people there already). We then had about half an hour to wander around and have a look at the park opposite showing ...

    Day 52 - Franklin to New Norfolk

    A travel blog entry by ambro0 on Jan 18, 2014

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    ... 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 ...

    A Cripsey Culture Day!

    A travel blog entry by paulcripsey on Jan 07, 2014

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    Left Port Arthur early so that we could get a full day in Hobart. Lovely drive despite winds and rain. Easy access into Hobart so able to get the 9.30 Mona Rona....a hi speed 3600 hp cat to the Mona art museum. Wonderful boat ride up the Derwent with views of Hobart, Mount Wellington etc and. The skipper told us all about the boat, the city etc and the bridge which is longer than Sidney bridge. Despite strong winds we were in our ...


    A travel blog entry by andynemz on Oct 23, 2013

    ... right past me to get to their food. Very very cool. Somewhere in the enclosure they thought there was a little baby but they have not tried to find it as the Mum would then disown it.
    After the Platypus and echidnas we went next door to seahorse world where we saw lots of different types of sea horses and got to hold one (they can survive in air for up to 24 hours apparently).
    Once we had finished being educated for the day we headed on down ...

    Catching up with friends

    A travel blog entry by waymez on Jul 21, 2013

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    ... want to do the walk as the signs are usually wrong he said :). We reassured him the track was short and easy and well worth it at the end. We bid farewell and hit the Lyell Hwy again.
    We passed a sign pointing out Frenchman's Cap. We saw this prominent peak yesterday during our cruise but today it was hidden by cloud. Back in the early 1800s, when parties of convicts made their escape from the penal colony at Sarah Island, Frenchman's Cap was used as a beacon as ...