Aberdeen Court Launceston

35 Punchbowl Road Launceston, Launceston, Tasmania, 7250, Australia | Inn
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This inn, located on 35 Punchbowl Road Launceston, Launceston, is near Cataract Gorge Reserve, City Park, The Tamar Valley, and Tamar River Cruises.
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Travel Blogs from Launceston

82 Days

A travel blog entry by mel_wright on Apr 21, 2014

There is 82 days till my family and I go to Thailand. I'm excited! My dad said I could go swimming with the sharks in Singapore I'm so excited. Not excited about the plane ride though... Being so long on a plane but I'm so excited in other ways... To go shopping, go on elephant rides and all the temples and Buddhas I'll see... Can't ...


A travel blog entry by raniaandlaura on Feb 01, 2014

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... when we got back. Oops. Jenny Gunn invited us to go out on the celebratory night out with the England Womens cricket team so we put on our jeans and went out to see what Hobart had to offer. It doesn't offer much but we had a good time being Bigtime (for one night). Thursday - Freycinet and Bicheno We woke up a bit fuzzy headed and once again i played the fridge game. Still wasn't funny though. We started our journey to the East Coast and stopped to do some Strawberry ...

Cataract gorge

A travel blog entry by ajaussietour on Dec 19, 2013

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Today we went to Cataract Gorge in Launceston with the Bradford family, our friends from Western Australia. It was a hot day, there was a free swimming pool and a lake in the gorge. In the lake it was weird because people had tested how deep it was and they could not find ...

Snow again - and the gorge!

A travel blog entry by waymez on Jul 27, 2013

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... s Bridge-Cataract Walk along the top of the sheer cliffs. It was originally built by volunteers in the 1890s. It is lit up at night and is a popular tourist destination. The orginal toll house is still sitting at Kings Bridge. The hiking track on the other side is a little more challenging - for those a little fitter, as it climbs to the top of the steep gorge! The captain of the boat - Jess, gave good commentary as we made our way down as far as we could in the boat. ...

Along the north Coast , Stanley to Launceston

A travel blog entry by toptourist on May 25, 2013

... front of us. Then just as quick as a click of a finger that terrain disappeared and a new lot of farmland , dams and green paddocks was the the new views we were looking at. Green upon green so many differing shades it was impossible to count them, all doted every so often with cream farm houses or barns some of them with green or faded red tin roofs. Passing through a very small hamlet in this farming area we had a laugh because it was named "BOAT HARBOUR" very strange ...