Shearwater Cottages

Address: 9 Shearwater Boulevard, Port Sorell, Tasmania, 7307, Australia | 4 star motel
 
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This 4 star motel is located on 9 Shearwater Boulevard, Port Sorell.
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      North West Tasmania

      A travel blog entry by larry-jan on Feb 20, 2014

      1 comment, 18 photos

      ... with water, but because it diesel he lets us just empty it.
      While we were in line a small flat top truck towing a caravan did not close the van door properly, so further down the line it opens catches a post and takes it off and part of their awning. Inspectors chasing them to get them to pull over, blocked line. I am so glad we were in the line over a bit.
      We finally get to park and get our boarding passes, find our lounge ...

      Poland

      A travel blog entry by denisemilburn on Jan 18, 2014

      ... but they all seemed friendly enough, and already knew Lily. We were all excited to see the city where Lily had spent the last three months of her life living and working. Krakow was the former capital of Poland and is a very beautiful city, particularly in the Stare Miasto or Old Town section. Its beauty was highlighted at this time of the year with an abundance of decorations, huge Christmas trees and a central market. We were certainly seeing it ...

      Wildlife, cliffs and the Tiers

      A travel blog entry by waymez on Jul 28, 2013

      64 photos

      ... Amazing.
      We started downhill and this continued for some time - all the way to the lookout. All I could think of was the return walk - all uphill! So much for the start being the hardest!
      The platform at the end jutted out over the cliff and gave full advantage of the breathtakingingly stunning views. The views of the cliffs towering each side above the raging Meander River very far below was amazing. It was hard to believe how high up we were. We caught up ...

      Devonport city council (Kamilla)

      A travel blog entry by gse2013 on Mar 08, 2013

      For my vocational visit in Devonport I meet up with the event team at the city council. They were very busy because of Devonport food and wine festival. For all of march Devonport celebrates all the regions food and wine. The major event is taste the harvest. The only takes place one day and is a festival with more 50 businesses. This festival the council is helping the Lions plan. The Lions is responsible, but receives help from the event team at ...

      DAY 112 - PENGUIN TO NARAWNTAPU - NATURE WATCH

      A travel blog entry by kangarog on Feb 04, 2013

      20 photos

      We both slept really well an awoke feeling refreshed. After brekky we went for a walk into Penguin town. There is a big concrete penguin on the foreshore and we took our photos with it. The litter bins here have penguins on them and everywhere you look, shop fronts etc there are penguins. This is a sweet place. Yesterday I had worked out a rough itinerary for our Tasmanian adventures and it was decided that we would tackle the island going clockwise. ...