The Waratah Hotel

Address: 272 Murray St., Hobart, Tasmania, 7000, Australia | Inn
 
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This inn, located on 272 Murray St., Hobart, is near City Park, The Tamar Valley, The Queen Victoria Museum & Art Gallery, and J. Boag & Son.
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Travel Blogs from Hobart

Tasmania Part 3

A travel blog entry by gowerexplorers on Nov 24, 2014

1 comment, 5 photos

... missed yesterday, stopping at Jam Jar Café to sample some more Tasmanian Wine (still following guide book instructions) and The Hope and Anchor, which, is Hobart’sand one of Australia’s oldest pubs, established in 1803 where we sampled another Tasmanian wine, of course. Feeling quite like Tasmanian wine connoisseurs we made our way to Subway for dinner!!!!

After breakfast at Salamanca Bakehouse the following day we headed for ‘the’ ...

Arrived Home Today

A travel blog entry by jenni_c_smith on Oct 19, 2014

... ours while we were away and has run herself ragged. She deserves a medal for what she has done and without her we would not be able to go away and enjoy ourselves knowing that the girls are so happy and being completely loved and looked after by mum. We had a few drinks, Andrew more than me, I had some grey goose vodka and mum had one too. The sunset was beautiful and we continue to love where we live and appreciate what we have. The sky turned ...

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 ...

The Tasmanian Tour

A travel blog entry by peteandal on May 10, 2014

10 photos

... captivity and up to 15 in the wild.
2) They eat mainly vegetation
3) They have really hard bottoms, the cartilage grows to about 4cm thick when they are adults and they use it as their burrow door and as a weapon. If a predator such as a small dog, possum or any other small animal tried to get into it's burrow it would let it bite and scratch on it's behind for a while then once the wombat ...

We're back!

A travel blog entry by jacksons5 on May 10, 2014

3 photos

... really, his little New Caledonian souvenir was classed as a dangerous item, so we checked it in separately.


The coffee was a well needed heart starter, hungry jacks burger and a chocolate muffin, not the food we were accustom to (hehehehehehe) and off to QF435 Gate 2 to Melbourne, then QF1015 to Hobart.


Terry Tarago did a good job getting us to the airport, was a bit ...