Wrest Point Mountain Side

410 Sandy Bay Rd, Sandy Bay, Tasmania, 7005, Australia | 2 star motel
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This 2 star motel, located on 410 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

    Day 10 Hobart City

    A travel blog entry by colindaines on Feb 27, 2014

    2 comments, 4 photos

    ... in the CBD for much needed warming coffee and a look around. We hopped back on and completed the circuit. Lots of old and interesting buildings but also very hilly city very reminiscent of Wellington NZ. We spent some time walking around the waterfronts Docks area including the obvious fish and chips lunch. Late afternoon we headed home via the local bus for a rest before dinner at a local ...

    Small Big City

    A travel blog entry by georgeescape on Jan 15, 2014

    7 photos

    ... road to Mt Wellington the views of Hobart were stunning. We unnecessarily packed jumpers as we heard it can be quite cool at 1270m high. The 360 degree views were breath taking amazing. The road took 2 years to build back in the 1930’s by the government as unemployment was high, this would not have been an easy job especially in the winter snow.

    Taking Huon Road from the bottom of the mountain we passed farms and old country pubs that are only ...

    Day 30 - Launceston to Hobart

    A travel blog entry by ambro0 on Dec 27, 2013

    19 photos

    ... from our childhood, e.g. irons that you warmed up on top of the stove (no wooden handle there though), ceramic electric jugs with the bakelite lids, gramophone, table-top mincer, kerosene lamps. No extension ladder for Michelle though - maybe on our next visit. We had to chat to Bruce who owns the shop. He lives out the back and he said if we camp on the banks of the creek next time, we are welcome to feed his chooks. He only opens the shop from November through to the end ...

    Ashes Victory & Mount Wellington

    A travel blog entry by james_ramshaw on Jul 15, 2013

    8 photos

    After a very late night the night before, I was late to rise, and with the weather not very good outside, I didn't venture too far from the hostel. I again met Nick in the pub for the last day of the first test, and we sat with nerves being tested, as the Aussie tail had a good wag. Fortunately England came through in the end, claiming the last wicket, with the aid of the DRS system, when Australia only required another 15 ...

    My First Solo Travel

    A travel blog entry by hillie on Sep 25, 2011

    ... lady, Claire, was from Sydney, but I'm guessing that she is originally from South Africa. Didn't speak much to her though.

    Anyway, Barbara and Zehra joined me for the following day's tour to Port Arthur. The tour group was much bigger; a full vanload of it. It was quite uncomfortable to have the van so full. Well, the day before we all got space to ...