Brighton Hotel Motel

Address: 141 Brighton Road, Brighton, Tasmania, 7030, Australia | 4 star motel
 
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This 4 star motel, located on 141 Brighton Road, Brighton, is near Bonorong Park Wildlife Centre and Palmara Vinyard.
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    Travel Blogs from Brighton

    We made it to the start line!

    A travel blog entry by tony_eraine on May 23, 2015

    3 photos

    ... the tortoise shell cat).

    We got away on time (10.00am) on Saturday morning to make our way to Devonport. Stopped at Zeps in Campbell Town for a bite and were pleasantly surprised to see a yarn bombing display on the trees and statues in the town.

    Our friends Marg and Tony in Devonport entertained us for a few hours before the run to the Spirit. We got through the security check OK - no ...

    Hobart, Salamanca Markets, Mt Wellington

    A travel blog entry by jennyndaveevans on May 16, 2015

    1 comment, 39 photos



    Got up this morning and although cold the sun was out. Our
    goal was to go to the Salamanca Markets, Constitution Dock and whatever else we
    could fit in the day…

    Salamanca Markets started off a bit frustrating as we could
    not find any parking, we ended up in a multi storey carpark near the hospital.
    It was only a few blocks from the markets.

    Markets were good but there was an overload of woodwork,
    clothing, jewellery and food. We thought ...

    The Edge of the World

    A travel blog entry by gypsyskinners on Apr 17, 2015

    15 photos

    ... and you follow the tyre tracks in the sand through the dunes, across a single track wooden bridge to the banks of the Arthur River and the edge of the known World (well sort of). The river is stained by tannins into a rich, tea-brown and drifts through the rocks into the wild, boiling surf. I must admit we didn't last that long standing on the viewing platform, which felt a bit like standing under a power shower while having handfuls of gravel thrown in your face.
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    Day 9. Hobart

    A travel blog entry by laurel.furphy on Mar 22, 2015

    10 photos

    ... ordered their meals, so he had to deal with us off the cuff. I ordered steak and Edie had chicken schnitzel . It was really enjoyable. Wine, beer and soft drinks were included. It was a nice way to end our stay in Hobart. Tomorrow we drive back to Devonport and catch the ferry back to Melbourne. Will probably not have access to wifi tomorrow so this may be the final ...

    Dams and Forests what a wonderful experience

    A travel blog entry by wherrol on Feb 28, 2015

    45 photos

    ... Goodness.

    Then we went to the next stop off point a parking lot that was the commencement of the Seagers Lookout walk. First though the important things of life. Lunch, espresso (we rarely have two but we decided we may as well) and Sharon made yummo balls.

    The walk was supposed to be two hours - short and steep was the information. Well it wasn't two hours, it wasn't that steep. It was short 45 minutes each way. What it really was, was rocky, and we ...