Wrest Point Mountain Side
How has this motel rated in the past?
- Minbar in room
- Drycleaning onsite
- Continental Breakfast
- Breakfast Available
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
TripAdvisor Reviews Wrest Point Mountain Side Sandy Bay
Travel Blogs from Sandy Bay
... end of the road is a T intersection. Left to the lighthouse and right to the campground.
We first went to the lighthouse, again with blue skies. Which, as per usual didn't last long. From the lighthouse we had great views of the on coming rain squall coming in from the mainland, (ie Tasmania!) as well as stunning cliff lines and features. Again we just beat the rain back to Vincent.
The Jetty Beach campground was about 5 km ...
... left Sydney. Quite a bit of people told me Tasmania is gonna be very quiet and that there is nothing to do. Well that's true. The capital city Hobart is very quiet, what's it gonna be in the inlands? The thing were Tasmania is famous for is the pretty nature and the outdoor activities. It was nice to see Miriam again. I value her as a friend, it feels comfortable and safe. Miriam and I decided to rent a car. That's a smart decision. On ...
... period, again we shall return to this place loved it.
About 3.30pm we finally arrived at our great low cost camp in Sorrell $7 per night or $23 for 5 nights. Five nights maximum. The fee allows us a bit of ground in a campers car park with dump point and water within walking distance, beautiful BBQ facilities. We are walking distance to Coles/Woolworth and town. Think there is a bus to Hobart from here to.
... was a piece called Queen by Candice Breitz. Google/YouTube it, when you are sitting in a closed room listening to it, it simply moves you with happiness <3 Oh my there are more and more pieces I think of and want to share, but you simply have to visit it yourself.
It was an amazing day and a mind blowing gallery. You simply can not miss Hobart's MONA if you are in Australia, its only 1.5h from main land. LOVE LOVE LOVE IT. It is easily up there with one of ...
... The roads by this stage were wet and incredibly slippery and with a short shower, winds and temp dropping, we were glad of a short ride of 5kms back into the hotel with a quick photo stop at Cascade Brewery on the way through.
We were at the hotel by midday - quickly packed the bikes into boxes for trucking back to Sydney and rushed off to The Pumphouse for a celebratory lunch which was enjoyable.
Final thoughts on this week- Tasmania ...