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

        Brisbane to Hobart

        A travel blog entry by bris_rick on Oct 19, 2015

        ... YHA a couple of times before and liked it, but this was s little cheaper and still gave me a double room with ensuite. Young staff when I booked in and behind the bar but really pleasant and friendly. Got two free drink vouchers to use at had bar between 9pm and 10pm. BONUS! That is their Happy Hour - go figure. Lucky for me I still felt like a drink at that time of the evening. Hey I was robbed of an hour due to bloody daylight saving and it is sort ...

        Bruny Island

        A travel blog entry by hgreenbe on Oct 09, 2015

        3 comments, 5 photos

        ... from the northern tip, narrows to an isthmus, about a mile long. In the middle is a Fairy Penguin Rookery, where these very small flightless birds come ashore at dusk. We were there at 10 a.m. So we had to content ourselves with reading about the Penguins at the base of a long staircase that leads to the top of a narrow sand dune, perhaps 60 feet above the isthmus, where you can look down at Isthmus Bay, a shallow lagoon-like body of water on the right side, and Adventure Bay, ...

        Snug

        A travel blog entry by reidysroaming on Oct 09, 2015

        26 photos

        ... is right next to the beach. Great views of the hilly countryside & wide bay. 1pm our 1st lot of bacon & eggs for lunch or late breaky. Have come to the conclusion road works all drank too much Boags or Cascades as all roads are sharp bends & very windy. Haven't come across a long straight road yet & take twice as long as Tom tom says. Who travels at 100km/h around these bends. Also no one pulls down ...

        Gordon Dam

        A travel blog entry by reidysroaming on Oct 07, 2015

        34 photos

        ... parrots & photographed them. I now can tick off my list of things I wish to photograph.

        Great tin sculpture of Tasmanian Tigers on the way back. Took about 1.5hrs to drive home. Worth the drive though very spectacular.

        Jay has gone to try his luck catching a trout whilst I cook a chicken curry. Our cute Pademelon is back again & I gave him a treat of carrot peel.

        Yay Jay caught a trout & released ...

        The last leg ....Canberra to Hobart

        A travel blog entry by tony_eraine on Oct 06, 2015

        27 photos

        ... through this National organisation and enjoyed the occasion immensely. Everyone was very kind, friendly and interested in our travels. Colin Slater the leader of SA was there, the singing was of a very high standard and we were made most welcome. They also put on a superb supper! Tony returned on Tuesday evening to the same venue for an evening of singing with the Canberra Blokes group. He had another great evening. Although we’ve been to Canberra often, this is the first time ...