Grand Chancellor Inn

Batchelor Street, Queenstown, Tasmania, Australia | Motel
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A travel blog entry by alexanderdrury


... 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 ...

Chain Reaction Day 4 - Cradle Mtn to Queenstown

A travel blog entry by seankell


... 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 ...

Chain reaction day 3 - this place has some scenery

A travel blog entry by seankell


... average was but it seemed at least 9-10%25252525 average over the 10kms but had sections of 2-500 mtrs at 14-15%25252525. I fell back with the tail and motivated/encourages the last guys up and then rode them back to the pack once we were over the top at 755m altitude. Quick photo stop at the top and then a 60-70kmh descent under brakes around windy bends. One guy blew out his front tyre (side wall was shredded) and didn't quite get speed down and went down hard. ...

Day 3. Pelion Longest Day

A travel blog entry by melnbruce


... to remove giant fallen trees, or most often cut right through them was amazing. We were told the crews live out in the middle of nowhere in temporary moveable camps, wood and tools are helicoptered in and dropped into the forest. Very very cool. Kind of like mining but about preservation rather than destruction.

We enjoyed lunch in a lovely spot next to yet another clear creek, sheltered by myrtle and trees, using ...

Cradle Mountain

A travel blog entry by georgeescape


... for walking, maybe not that fantastic for photos. Back at the camper we had a quick bite for lunch before relaxing back in the car as we headed further south into the green lush west coast wildness country travelling along the Murchison & Zeehan Highways through 100's of hairpin bends through the towns of Tulla and Rosebery. Luckily for us Stephen felt ok to drive as the rest of us snoozed, exhausted from our little adventure. Finally ...


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