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

Day 4. Cradle Mountain to Strachan

A travel blog entry by laurel.furphy on Mar 17, 2015

2 comments, 6 photos

... buildings survive. We paid $25 to go through the West Coast Heritage Centre. Of course there was a lot about mining and Edie was very interested in the large display of crystals & minerals. But it also gave us access to a couple of the old buildings, notably the historic Gaiety Theatre and the police station and court house. The rain was heavier as we drove on to Strachan about 30 minutes away. It all looked very nice and we called into ...

The Highlands Lakes district -The Place for Trout

A travel blog entry by jimbo.maddy on Jan 19, 2015

28 photos

... on our travels yet. There was echidnas and wallabies roaming around and just away from the camping area we came across two Tasmanian Tiger Snakes lying next to each other. Naturally I went to say g'day to the cold blooded critters and one of them started making his way towards me. He must have been about 7ft or more in length so as I am only 5ft 10 I decided to move out of his way :-). There was a Guy-Girl couple that ...

Day 3

A travel blog entry by andrewtnest on Jan 13, 2015

6 photos

... return walk from a small park. It was nice rainforest walk. It started to rain on the way to Queenstown so we elected to stay at a backpackers instead of camping. It cost $25 per person for our own 3-bed room. We cooked curry that evening and were satisfied with our joint effort. Queenstown is an old mining town and there are a few old buildings and houses that look pre-war. Rainy weather so it was good not to ...

Cradle Mountain

A travel blog entry by diekleine on Nov 27, 2014

65 photos

... returned to Dove Lake (this time with the car). Today we wanted to go on another hike that took us on a circle around the lake (Lake Rodway Track) and finally got back on the path where we went on yesterday (the path between Cradle Mountain and Marion’s lookout). We wanted to take more time for taking photos today (we were not going to climb the summit again so we had more time. However, we still had to keep in mind that we had to catch the ferry this evening). The ...

Tassie

A travel blog entry by alexanderdrury on Apr 08, 2014

4 comments, 5 photos

... arises if she becomes pregnant while still carrying a joey. Evolution has come up with an ingenious solution. If the pademelon is suckling a joey while pregnant, a chemical is released which slows the rate at which the foetus grows. When the joey leaves and a vacancy arises in the pouch the foetus resumes its growth at normal speed. Amazing! All in all Tasmania must be in the running for the world's most interesting wildlife. Along with the monotremes and the wallabies ...

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