Tower Motel

Address: 300 Park Street, New Town, Hobart, Tasmania, 7008, Australia | Motel
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This motel, located on 300 Park Street, New Town, Hobart, is near Royal Tasmanian Botanical Gardens, North Hobart, Queens Domain, and Train Park.
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    Travel Blogs from Hobart

    Week 46-47 - Hobart 2nd-6th August

    A travel blog entry by eshaw15 on Aug 06, 2014

    65 photos

    ... than 23h flight away. The weather also the most similar thing to British weather I have experienced in Australia... a nippy 2 degrees and snowing. Something that I wished to see but never thought I would actually see on my year out in Australia. I am in love with this place already.

    Arriving to the hostel after a day of travelling I quickly got a shower and headed out to Salamanca, unfortunately the famous outdoors Salamanca markets had finished by the time ...

    Tarraleah to Hobart - day 6 130kms

    A travel blog entry by seankell on Mar 27, 2014

    3 photos

    ... 53kms and alt of around 300mtrs. Some more climbs and rolled to new Norfolk for lunch at 11am and 100 mtrs after 93kms. At this point we had connectivity and the main topic of conversation was whether the rain would prevent us from doing Mt Wellington after we got into Hobart. Given the hill rises to 1200mtrs over the 18kms, it is incredibly steep and the descent back down is treacherous in the wet - particularly for a group of 25+ riders. ...


    A travel blog entry by pamandcon on Mar 06, 2014

    61 photos

    ... and its two islands, one island is the isle of the dead where they buried the prisoners and the other is point puer boys prison where boys as young as two were imprisoned.

    Later on, we headed on to the different scenic areas on the tasmin peninsula. First stop was the remarkable cave! it was two hundred steps down into an alcove where their was a cool cave leading out into the sea. next we headed to the ...


    A travel blog entry by kilbridesblog on Mar 04, 2014

    2 comments, 14 photos

    ... is a video of it to watch in case it isn't going but the lady couldn't get it working! To top it off you have to have enclosed shoes, trousers, no jewellery apart from a watch, wear a hi-viz vest and safety glasses! We didn't see anything wet! The gardens are lovely and the $15 lunch you are entitled to if you do the tour was ok. Had the 3x200ml tasting glasses that go with the tour...I had cider,Mercury. Kev had bright ale and ...

    Between the Devil and the Deep Blue Sea

    A travel blog entry by thecurries2012 on Feb 10, 2014

    281 photos

    ... were given some pretty serious storm gear and sea sickness tablets and set off into the Southern Ocean. The coast line around Port Arthur is just beautiful, with cracks, crevices and caves. The beautiful Cathedral rock and Tasman Island, a great landmark of the Southern Ocean – its slender white lighthouse is still a beacon for seafarers entering Storm Bay including during the famous annual Sydney to Hobart Yacht Race.

    Aside from the magnificent scenery, ...