Woodbridge on the Derwent

Address: 6 Bridge Street, New Norfolk, Tasmania, 7140, Australia | 4 star hotel
 
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This 4 star hotel, located on 6 Bridge Street, New Norfolk, is near Salmon Ponds.
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    Travel Blogs from New Norfolk

    South Arm near Hobart

    A travel blog entry by wherrol on Dec 29, 2014

    10 photos

    ... Arm. There is a beaut campsite at the RSL club which we were considering for an evening stop over. 4km further on we arrived at Oppossum Bay. Here we were able to catch a glimpse of one of the racing yachts rounding the headlands. Gingies they looked small in comparison to, Wild Oats when it came down the river. We took photos, and chatted to two couples that were enjoying their picnic.

    Oppossum Bay overlooks the river Derwent to Kingston Beach where we had ...

    New Norfolk, Sydney to Hobart, TASTE Festival.

    A travel blog entry by billandtrish on Dec 27, 2014

    ... pond. Very impressive! The Salmon Ponds has operated since the 1860s, and faced many challenges trying to transport the salmon and trout ova from England in the mid 1800s. Different batches only lasted a short time on the voyage and it wasn't until they decided to use a layer of moss to help with the insulation to prevent premature hatching. There was also a museum of trout fishing housed in the cottage built in 1865 for the first Salmon Ponds superintendent. Drove back around ...

    Departure minus 1 week

    A travel blog entry by sleepydwarf on Sep 14, 2014

    2 comments, 5 photos

    ... around for stuff in an undivided bag. As long as you can remember which pocket things are in.



    It’s a nice size for a walk to work, but when I packed it with the essential things I thought I’d need to be able to get to easily during a long day out, it ended up being so snugly packed I had to take everything out to get one thing out. And if I wanted to carry a rain coat or umbrella there was no way ...

    Departure minus 3 weeks

    A travel blog entry by sleepydwarf on Aug 30, 2014

    2 comments, 1 photo

    ... d like to come too. So after some more thought, much juggling with calendars and various negotiations with family members and work supervisors, it was decided. We were going to go.

    Immediately the planning freak side of me kicked in and we started to firm up the arrangements.

    There were dates to be set in stone, flights and hotels to be booked, sightseeing options to be investigated, day trips, trains, theatre tickets, museum opening hours, how on earth do ...

    From Hobart to Lake Pedder

    A travel blog entry by pauline49 on Aug 03, 2014

    4 photos

    ... doubled since we arrived on the island. On the way to Hamilton we spotted a sign for Mt Field National Park. $24 lighter in the pocket we were permitted to park in the car park and spend our time in the National Park for 24hours. We chose to walk to Russell Falls partly because the road to Mt Field was only accessible with snow chains or 4WD. Well we certainly weren't disappointed with the track to the falls. The lichen hung in curtains over ...