The Waratah Hotel

272 Murray St., Hobart, Tasmania, 7000, Australia | Inn
Prices starting from $63.00

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Hobart and Port Arthur historic site

A travel blog entry by john-and-anne


... words written in our Port Guide, as we are sitting outside the buffet having enjoyed an afternoon tea comprising bite sized sandwiches, savoury brioche and honey scones... As a lunch it's rather late but delicious none the less. Anyway as we drink our tea we are looking at the harbour bridge which we drove over earlier today. To the left we can see the huge mansion belonging to the Governor and the Queen's Domain, a parcel of land gifted by Queen Victoria to ...

Another Overnight in Hobart

A travel blog entry by journeyjoy


Woke up early today to take some photos on the crew deck of our scenic cruising through Wineglass and Oyster Bays, using Leah's* Nikon D300. I then worked the morning shift where Jeanie* said we could take turns leaving the center to take pictures of the rock formations through the bays. It was beautiful!

We moved the Shockwaves next door to the Remix room since the Teens weren’t in there, and Greta*, Alisa*, and I only had a handful of Pelicans to look after. They were ...

Salamanca Markets

A travel blog entry by kathypender

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... car and drove to Aunty Jens. Mum, Dad and Jen had a meeting with the funeral services about Uncle Dee's funeral at 1pm.

I did some blogging then Dylan and I went into Aunty Jens garden and picked raspberries, yum!

After they had finished discussions we sat for a bit and chatted with Jen. Just before 4 we headed off and made a stop at the bottle shop. Then on to the dive shop to drop back our hire gear.

Wombats: the definition of cuteness

A travel blog entry by journeyjoy


... we were back at the ship, I grabbed my laptop from my cabin and headed back to the Salamanca bakery house we were at last night, to upload some pictures and check my emails, etc. I forgot that I wouldn’t be able to charge my laptop since I don’t have one of those international outlet converter thingers, but I was happy to have enough time to talk to a few friends online before getting back on the ship. Jeanie* called and let me know ...


A travel blog entry by ian-tracey


... nice view over the River.

Now it onto Clarence point, and up to Greens Beach, which was quite lovely.

It was now back down the road, and then turning off after Beaconsfield across Batman Bridge to the east side. The bridge was built in the 1960's and at the time, was the first cable-stayed bridge built in Australia. Heading up to George Town and to Low Head, then turning around and head back to Launceston, down the East side of the ...

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This inn, located on 272 Murray St., Hobart, is near City Park, J. Boag & Son, The Queen Victoria Museum & Art Gallery, and The Old Umbrella Shop.
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3.50 of 5 stars Very Good