Tarraleah Estate

2 Wild River Road, Tarraleah, Tasmania, 7140, Australia | Hotel
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This hotel is located on 2 Wild River Road, Tarraleah.
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    Travel Blogs from Tarraleah

    Tarraleah - Western Wilderness

    A travel blog entry by mike_margaret on Feb 07, 2014

    32 photos

    We left Dover as soon as the park office opened at 8 am when we returned the cabin key. It was then a pleasant drive back up the Huon Valley with a short stop in Geeveston to buy a pepper pie and a coffee at the bakery and take photos of the numerous large wood sculptures standing on various streets corners of the town. The road was quiet and it …

    Chain Reaction Day 5-Queenstown to Tarraleah 139km

    A travel blog entry by seankell on Mar 26, 2014

    5 comments, 9 photos

    Surprise!!!!  Wifi here at Tarraleah  We had been warned the accommodation at Queenstown was basic at best but most of us were pleasantly surprised by the Silver Hills Motel. Dinner was functional with roast beef/chicken/lasagna/tandoori chicken and veggies/salad followed by rice pudding. For the first time this week I managed to show some self restraint and only ate a normal sized dinner...hence my weight this morning is back to close to normal at ...

    Day 55 - Lake St Clare

    A travel blog entry by ambro0 on Jan 21, 2014

    34 photos

    ... Platypus Bay Track and the Larmairrenemer tabelti (Aboriginal cultural walk) and then back to the Visitor Centre. This walk took us 2.5hours and we saw lots of different trees and vegetation. At times, we were near the lake edge and at others, well into the bush. We didn't see any animals and the only birds we saw were crows, although we heard other small birds. None the less, the walk was very enjoyable and David took ...

    Drving through the Great Western Tiers

    A travel blog entry by waymez on Jul 24, 2013

    13 photos

    ... was going to be and how windy! Once committed to the walk it is a pleasant experience until turning toward the lake - the wind suddenly howls past and you feel as if you have just entered a freezer! We soldiered on and thought how lovely this would be in warmer weather when there would be an abundance of flora and fauna around. The walk was lovely and allowed us to experience a little more of what it would be like to live here. By the ...

    "Ferry base, ferry base, this is Narcissus hut"

    A travel blog entry by povoandrach on Mar 18, 2013

    13 photos

    Its very low level cloud and we're not sure we'll get a view today but we can always come back. We set off in our full wet gear on the Labyrinth track as we were told its narrow and wet. Too right - part of it is up a flowing stream!

    The uphill to the Parthenon was not too bad as our packs are at the hut. But the weather is pretty close in and by the top we cannot see Lake St Clair or the Parthenon's rocky edge to our ...