Appleisle Cottages

Address: 9 Devonshire Square, Hobart, Tasmania, 7000, Australia | Ranch
 
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This ranch, located on 9 Devonshire Square, Hobart, is near Train Park, Sub-Antarctic Plant House, Eaglehawk Hangliding Lookout, and Allport Library and Museum of Fine Arts.
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Travel Blogs from Hobart

Tasmania - The Jimi Hendrix Experience

A travel blog entry by davidjhutchison on Apr 09, 2015

31 photos

... that we minded, all 5 of us were exhausted from working flat out up until the trip. We all slept through take off and almost until the plane landed again. We picked up our campervan with little complications, our home was to be a 5 seater ex-people carrier with a tent attached to the roof, with "I'm not cheap, but I am on special this week" graffetti written on the back, a skeleton with "Rock and roll" written on one side, and a tribute to the late Jimi Hendrix on the other. ...

Tasmania

A travel blog entry by kelvinals on Apr 05, 2015

11 comments, 9 photos

... feel about it. Quaint cottages and lovingly restored stately Victorian mansions crowd the surrounding hills as traffic moves 'slowly' through the main streets. I was sharply corrected by a local resident when I referred to Hobart as a city. "It's not a city mate its a town..long years ago it was built as a town and that's the way it'll always remain. We prefer to be the way we are and don't mind being referred to as Tas-maniacs. We're proud to boast the tallest building in Tasmania is ...

Tassie, and then some.

A travel blog entry by samanthannec on Feb 26, 2015

1 comment, 9 photos

... another random mountain. We've learned to never assume anything, we're usually wrong. I didn't realize how high we were actually driving until I looked over and was eye level with some clouds. The 1200m peak overlooked all of Hobart and the surrounding area. It had more of a desert feel up there with all the rocks being an orange colour, no trees for shade, and geckos everywhere. This hike was a little more rugged than the others as there wasn't a set footpath. You made your own ...

Catch up on Tasmania!!

A travel blog entry by adrianandlizzie on Jan 31, 2015

8 photos

... didn’t see MinnieMe but I bet he has one. As for the art it is very dark and macabre in places – more like a house of horrors with a very unpleasant sound track in the background – well worth a visit but not for the faint hearted or squeamish – I expect you to die Mr Bond, launch the missiles!Dinner in the hotel was delicious as was breakfast the following morning. We then caught a boat from the very smart new quay in Hobart to Port ...

Tassie, Australia

A travel blog entry by handh on Jan 17, 2015

156 photos

... our day which finished with a fireworks display at the St Helens regatta. Sunday 25 January Scenery We drove to bays further North including the spectacular Bay of Fire with sandy beaches, beautiful lagoons and rocky coastal stretches with granite of white, grey, black and orange, the latter colour from lichen growth. This provided truly stunning scenery as did the drive to the magnificent St Columba Falls and the walk through the surrounding rainforest complete with huge ...