Quayside Cottages

Address: 5 Queen St, Hobart, Tasmania, 7018, Australia | Ranch
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This ranch, located on 5 Queen St, Hobart, is near Tasmanian Museum and Art Gallery, Tasman Bridge, Sullivan's Cove, and Bellerive Village.
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          • Beach


          • Adjoining Rooms
          • Wheelchair accessibility
          • Free parking
          • Kitchenette


          • Suites


          • Continental Breakfast
          • Room service

          TripAdvisor Reviews Quayside Cottages Hobart

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          Travel Blogs from Hobart

          Cars Cars Cars

          A travel blog entry by saw_itt on Apr 19, 2014

          16 photos

          ... the only disadvantage of being 15 minutes out of Hobart (on the freeway) is the few places to eat dinner. The holiday park has an excellent restaurant (it’s very popular) but tonight we hoped for a pub meal, except the local didn’t have any meals tonight. We ended up having subway as we really couldn’t be bothered driving around anymore. Tomorrow we’ll have to be a bit more prepared or eat here.

          Tomorrow we’re off to Bruny ...

          Tarraleah to Hobart - day 6 130kms

          A travel blog entry by seankell on Mar 27, 2014

          3 photos

          I won't bore you with any more details on The lodge stay at Tarraleah last night other than it was amazingly luxurious to be able to make a nespresso before 6am this morning. I found out last night the town had a maximum population through the 1940's - 60's of around 1600 people and slowly dwindled down to a population of 4 just before it was abandoned in the 1990s. A surreal place but still pretty cool.

          We had a foggy start to ...

          Do's, Devils and Convicts

          A travel blog entry by therealdeal on Mar 02, 2014

          7 photos

          It was a pretty full on day today.
          Firstly, we went and visited some rocks. The first contender was the blow hole. Sadly, the it was not living up to its name today.
          The second contender is The Devils Arch, which is a chasm that has been worn.
          Last but not least was The Devils Kitchen which is also a chasm, but the roof has collapsed.
          As we were ...

          Between the Devil and the Deep Blue Sea

          A travel blog entry by thecurries2012 on Feb 10, 2014

          281 photos

          ... be the perfect way to spend it. Sadly the weather was not being so kind to us, it was a grey and drizzly day, but thankful for my new purchase of a pair of jeans for 3 from a charity shop I was ready to take on the day and hunt down the elusive wombats.

          Maria Island (pronounced Mariah) is uninhabited save for a small hostel and camp ground. It has formerly been the home to Aborininees, whalers, convicts and farmers and is now a national park with a large ...

          Celebrating Australia Day with the Devil

          A travel blog entry by jasonandgaryn on Jan 26, 2014

          13 photos

          ... which we patted and also Tasmanian Devils. This park is not a zoo, but an area where certain animals can be "rehabilitated" before being released in the wild. Once they get to a certain age, they are released from the park. The story with the devils is a sad one. Over the last 20 years, 80-90% of the population has been wiped out due to a facial tumour disease. The state is trying hard to grow the population of the devils, but the ...