The Charles Robbins

Address: 3 Charles Robbins Place, George Town, Tasmania, 7253, Australia | Hotel
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This hotel, located on 3 Charles Robbins Place, George Town, is near Platypus House.
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    Travel Blogs from George Town

    Swimming and touring and the Foo Foo Valve

    A travel blog entry by wherrol on Mar 06, 2015

    ... more water and to drop the grey water now filling our grey water tank. So it was off to St Leonards dump point about 10 minutes from the aquatic centre to do that.

    Somehow, by then it was nearly 2.30pm, we needed to get a move on. We wanted to get to Sheffield so we could camp next to the Steamfest that we were going to attend the next day.

    Travelled via Railton and checked out the campsite, that ...

    George Town - Low Head

    A travel blog entry by billandtrish on Jan 25, 2015

    7 photos

    ... with luxury! They are doing the park up. We wonder what it will be like the next time we get to Tassie and how much it will cost! We had a drive around Low Head, around to the Pilot museum area. Had some fish and chips and enjoyed the view looking out over the water. The Pilot houses had some interesting history, about safely guiding vessels in through the heads for many years. ...

    Great Journey

    A travel blog entry by wherrol on Dec 14, 2014

    2 comments, 18 photos

    ... queue. Met up with the folks in the Roadstar caravan parked in front of us. Greeted by the garage attendant. Allan said "G6" chap says "not this way mate up the escalators and over to...". Sharon wasn't having a bar of that. "We came this way". "Oh" says the garage man "you are in G5 mate, you should listen to your wife". We sung out to the Roadstar people who were, by now heading up the stairs, and called them back. Mr Garage Man held up the traffic whilst we got ...

    Go Forth intrepid travellers.. and FREEZE!

    A travel blog entry by tscandals on Apr 29, 2014

    1 comment, 12 photos

    ... tad to long (about 2.0m too long) for the pieman river punt, we needed to go the true grey nomad way towards Strahan. But before doing this we spent some time in Stanley.

    Now Stanley is known for one thing, and its not the yummy local lobster we consumed, nor the delicious scallop pie I enjoyed, and it wasn't the cold fxxxxxg weather either. YEP! we climbed the famous STANLEY NUT (via the chairlift of course) and we were rewarded with amazing views across the ...

    Heading to south Tasmania

    A travel blog entry by larry-jan on Feb 28, 2014

    1 comment, 14 photos

    ... and the most southerly made road in Australia, which is gravel but a made road. Then on even more south to The National Park down a not so good road to camp close to the ocean.

    This area is a world heritage area and was first settled when the french scientific expedition discovered it by accident in 1792. The bay was named Recherche Bay after the captain .

    This area has been used for whaling then, mining & ...