Corinda's Cottages and 2 on 2

Address: 17 Glebe St, Hobart, Tasmania, 7000, Australia | 4 star ranch
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This 4 star ranch, located on 17 Glebe St, Hobart, is near Tasmanian Museum and Art Gallery, Theatre Royal, Sullivan's Cove, and Tasmanian Distillery and Museum.
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    Transported to Van Diemens Land

    A travel blog entry by hsa on Nov 04, 2015

    2 comments, 23 photos

    Although fortunately by Virgin Australia rather than by convict hulk, although VA has a huge operation out of Melbourne, a bit like Ryanair out of Stansted and it felt a bit like a cattle market waiting there. Maybe someone could tell Ric************ that half a glass of orange juice (all we got due to turbulence) and a bag of nuts is hardly worth the description of "snack".

    You could say Sunday was a travelling day – from Alice (36 deg C) to Hobart and on to ...


    A travel blog entry by lord_family on May 13, 2015

    2 comments, 29 photos

    ... the wall of vaginas, MONA's best known piece of 'art'. It actually has another name but it starts with C and therefore not appropriate for inclusion in such highbrow publications as this blog. Cadence waited until after we left the gallery to tell us that you could actually purchase soap as a memento of the visit (um, interesting Secret Santa present?). Cadence in particular was challenged by the notion of what some consider to be art and found herself in a ...

    Tasmania - The Jimi Hendrix Experience

    A travel blog entry by davidjhutchison on Apr 09, 2015

    31 photos

    ... cold. After a few pictures and videos we headed back to Jimi and in doing so managed to bump into our next door neighbours from the house share. The world really is too small. That night we decided we would find a free camp site that would allow us a camp fire. The night was unbelievably clear so it would be nice to sit around the fire and swap stories. Luckily Teresa found one at a little site called Lagoon Beach and after the tricky task of finding enough decent firewood we ...


    A travel blog entry by kelvinals on Apr 05, 2015

    11 comments, 9 photos

    ... era of Tasmania's history I couldn't help feeling these poor souls were used as cheap labour to build settlements in this desolate part of the 'new world' which would eventuate in some of the finest sandstone buildings in Australia. Spending an hour in the history centre in Oatlands, chatting to 'Rosie' who was born in the house her father bought in 1927, I learnt she was the mysterious person who, many years ago had made a small wooden cross, painted it white and placed it in ...

    The Land Under the Land Down Under... Tasmania!

    A travel blog entry by cortney-derek on Feb 12, 2015

    36 photos

    ... way we came. This turned out to be a great choice! Hazards Beach proved to be one of my favorite places so far. We had the entire beach to ourself and there was hardly a ripple on the water. We would have loved to spend more time there but with our late start, we had to get back to camp before dark. On the way back, we had the trail to ourselves other than a few wallabies that tried to spook us by jumping out of the brush at very inopportune times! By the time ...