Grand Chancellor Inn

Address: Batchelor Street, Queenstown, Tasmania, Australia | Motel
 
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Location

This motel, located on Batchelor Street, Queenstown, is near Lyell Copper Mine.
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Travel Blogs from Queenstown

Tassie

A travel blog entry by alexanderdrury on Apr 08, 2014

4 comments, 5 photos

... some marsupials. Before we had even got to the park a pademelon (pronounced paddy-melon) hopped out in front of the car, disappearing in a flash into the bush on the other side of the road. Pademelons used to be a common sight all over Australia, but the introduction of non-native animals such as foxes and cats has led to their extinction everywhere other than Tasmania. Still in the car, we then saw an echidna crossing the road at an amble. Echidnas are small, ...

Chain Reaction Day 4 - Cradle Mtn to Queenstown

A travel blog entry by seankell on Mar 25, 2014

6 photos

... fried chicken wing (my naughty extra) and machiato and we were back on the road by 12.45pm having been warned about the steep climb of 2kms out of Tullah. This turned out to be more like 2.5kms at 10% but I forgot to turn on the garmin for a bit of it so missed "some of the climb". Once we got to the top of this - it actually kept climbing for another 20 odd kms but not as aggressively and with some lumpy ups/downs. Unfortunately one of the ...

Day 4 Kia Ora with Mt Ossa/Doris side trip

A travel blog entry by melnbruce on Mar 11, 2014

45 photos

... is a lovely swimming hole not far from this camp which possibly has the coldest water I’ve ever submerged myself in, all in the name of de-smelling! Then a semi nudie run through camp to get back to the tent.....in the world of hiking no one cares! You do what you can to freshen up and keep your clothes dry.

Tonight as well as cheesy pasta, our chief guide Cynthia managed to create cheesecake in the middle of the bush! This lady has some serious ...

Day 1 Waterfall Valley and Cradle Mountain

A travel blog entry by melnbruce on Mar 08, 2014

24 photos

... from Belgium) decided to select our own ‘summit’ and let the boys power on. Bruce did make the summit, I am glad I turned back on this one, I pushed my limits already and the views were worth it. Its always a fine
line to know how far to go, especially on the first day and the knees and quads
did protest immediately, wow how as I going to get up and move the next day?


How did I make it to ...

We Rock!

A travel blog entry by jasonandgaryn on Jan 22, 2014

12 photos

... slowly before we could climb up. Thankfully there was a chain beside the steep climb of rocks that we used to pull ourselves up. We made it to a beautiful lookout spot and joined many other people on some rocks at the lookout to have our lunch. After taking some great pictures, it was time to continue. Cradle Mountain National Park only allows a few cars into the park itself. We had to park our car by the visitor centre and take a shuttle to the area we ...

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