Motel 429

429 Sandy Bay Rd, Sandy Bay, Tasmania, 7005, Australia | 2 star motel
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This 2 star motel, located on 429 Sandy Bay Rd, Sandy Bay, is near Mount Nelson Lookout, Salamanca Arts Centre, Sandy Bay, and Runnymede.
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    Travel Blogs from Sandy Bay

    Hobart City

    A travel blog entry by mulvaneytrial on Feb 15, 2017

    3 photos

    ... Greg and I came here in 2004! By early afternoon the skies had cleared so we made our way up to Mt Wellington for a view of the city and beyond. The boys rode down the well worn mountain bike track and I met them at the bottom in the car! A great day in the capital of ...

    Days 12 & 13 In & Around Hobart

    A travel blog entry by colindaines on Mar 02, 2014

    7 photos

    ... and then a great typical roast lunch a the local country pub.

    The sun had come out by now and it was a nice warm sunny afternoon as we drove back into Hobert's north and went to Cornellian Bay picnic ground for a fantastic view of Tasman bridge.

    So packing up now and reorganising ready for our next adventure in Strahan, which will be a nice scenic drive ...

    Small Big City

    A travel blog entry by georgeescape on Jan 15, 2014

    7 photos

    ... old architecture.

    As the morning got on we walked back into the CBD up along Davey Street where Stephen noticed the heritage building of the Real Tennis Club. We were allowed to go in and the gentleman was very informative as we were allowed to sit in the spectators seats while a match was being played.

    Back down Macquarie Street and past the oldest Catholic Church in Tasmania it was lunch time and the meter was close to being expired. Good Year ...

    Day 30 - Launceston to Hobart

    A travel blog entry by ambro0 on Dec 27, 2013

    19 photos

    ... Hall which depicted the story of the 42deg parallel. We had been unaware that Tasmania was originally divided into north and south along this degree of latitude. Unfortunately I was not able to find a brochure about this in the VIC so will have to google it if we want more info than that captured in my photos. Then we walked up to the historic Uniting Church and took lots of photos. This is a magnificent building and appears to have been well maintained over its almost 200 years. ...

    They Do Things Differently in Tassie

    A travel blog entry by james_ramshaw on Jul 17, 2013

    ... were told to vacate the premises immediately. It certainly seems that is Tasmanians want to close early, you can bet your bottom dollar that they will already be heading out the door. Tasmanians as a whole though, are quite a friendly bunch, and will more than likely come up to you for a conversation if you are just wandering around by yourself. It is this hospitality, and the scenery of course, that would make me inclined to revisit, maybe in the summer next ...