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

Hobart and Beyond

A travel blog entry by hgreenbe on Oct 07, 2015

5 photos

... rolling hills and plenty of farm land checker boarding the green and brown and yellow landscape, fringed by light tan sand beaches, surrounded by aquamarine and deep blue water. Tasmania is 26,000 square miles, more than 200 miles long and 190 miles wide, with 514,000 inhabitants. Aside from the cities of Hobart and Launceston, it is mostly rural and small towns. Lots of sheep and cattle farms, not much heavy industry. Then again, there is its history as a ...

Blog Entry number 7: home time

A travel blog entry by bam123 on Aug 22, 2015

... back ...

Melbourne to Tasmania

A travel blog entry by mikecharl on May 06, 2015

2 comments, 13 photos

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Tuesday the 5th May and up at 4.45am to get ready to go to the airport. The cab picked us up at 5.30am. Very pleased we changed plan and did not drive ourselves and caravan to a storage near the airport as the traffic was a nightmare at that time of the morning. The plane departed a half hour late but made up 15 minutes in flight. We landed at Hobart Airport to extremely high winds which caused all to have a white knuckle ...

The Edge of the World

A travel blog entry by gypsyskinners on Apr 17, 2015

15 photos

... an argument with his friend, before they hop off together up the stairs and through a hole in the fence, bickering the whole time.

Burnie is a prime location to make a trip along the north coast to the town of Stanley, which is draped around a rocky spur of land called The Nut. This extraordinary rock is actually the flat-topped cone of an extinct volcano, 2kms in circumference and rising 250 feet above the town. Once you have had a good old gawp at the ...

Tasmania - The Jimi Hendrix Experience

A travel blog entry by davidjhutchison on Apr 09, 2015

31 photos

... the first things we encountered was a "fat car" which was a Porsche that had been made to look like it had been stung by a bee. It was supposed to represent societies greedy nature and how we like to overindulge in things...apparently, and a painting of a house with lots of Chinese people in it. At this point I lost interest. There was too much cinematography exhibitions of weird non connected things. A room where 30 people on separate television screens sang songs. A video ...