Olde Tudor Hotel Launceston

Address: 229-235 Westbury Road, Launceston, Tasmania, 7250, Australia | 3 star motel
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This 3 star motel, located on 229-235 Westbury Road, Launceston, is near The Queen Victoria Museum & Art Gallery, The Tamar Valley, Tamar River Cruises, and The Old Umbrella Shop.
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    Travel Blogs from Launceston

    Deloraine to Cataract Gorge

    A travel blog entry by jennyndaveevans on May 25, 2015

    23 photos

    ... shopping at Woolworths and when we got back I went looking for platypuses again but to no avail....

    Today was overcast and sunny. At about three o'clock each day it starts to get a bitter cold. Getting used to it now.

    Early start art in the morning as we are to be in Liffey at 9am to catch up with Marree and Murray and then we will visit Liffey Falls. Looking forward to catching up again...


    Sleet hits Vinnie

    A travel blog entry by wherrol on Mar 05, 2015

    10 photos

    ... we thought it was hail. We hail from Queensland and have never seen sleet. We had to look up the definition of sleet, on Google (where else) and found that indeed it was sleet. Vinnie's first sleet. Our first sleet. It was also sunny. Did we mention bitterly cold and windy too?

    We eventually decided we wanted to go to Ross. We couldn't sit in Oatlands all day. It was only 38 km drive after all. We set off for the short distance. Parked in Ross and ...

    Caving and Gorging!

    A travel blog entry by ruthbeattie on Jan 20, 2015

    8 photos

    ... No tail displaying, but rather fine anyway. We decided that the gorge deserved more exploration, especially after the cream tea. The path continues on the opposite side to a second pool, and was reached by a low level bridge, a suspension bridge at mid level or a cable car very high up. I was persuaded to try the suspension bridge - quicker, designed to take up to 60 people, quite wide and not too much rocking. Still scary but I did it and appreciated the fine views nevertheless. ...

    Watery Hayfever Eyes Get The Better of Me

    A travel blog entry by simonejacob on Nov 09, 2014

    8 photos

    ... and I told myself off for being such a sook. If I came across this hill in real life I wouldn't bat an eyelid and would just power up it no worries, but watching others was my un-doing. I sucked up what was left of my dwindling courage and headed up the hill, almost ditching my bike in the sandy section before I even got to the hill. Needless to say I made it up the hill but my nerves were shot. The rest of the group toddled around a course that included ...

    Day 13 Hoi An city and My Son tour

    A travel blog entry by suepaine on Sep 10, 2014

    We all met in the restaurant for a delicious buffet breakfast over looking the pool and sea, lots of choices. Penny and Jenny headed off on the final leg of tour tour to My Son, while the rest of us decided to sort out our cloth orders and then have a look around the town before heading back for a relaxing afternoon swim. We piled in the taxi at 10.30 and headed into the town centre to visit Yally, armed ...