Sullivans Cove Apartments
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Stayed the weekend in a two bedroom apartment - very spacious, clean, well appointed and perfect location.
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... took all of 11 minutes, and took us to the main attraction…. The Bicheno Blowhole. Many of the coastal towns in Australia and Tassie have a blow hole where the ocean has worn gaps in the cliffs and when the tide and waves are a right, water shoots up through the rocks providing a beautiful spectacle.
We wondered over the rocks in search of the blow hole, with the tide low we didn’t expect there to be a lot to see. Moments later we learnt a ...
... made our way down the lift to the basement Woolworths where we had been the day before to buy a few groceries. We had forgotten to buy coffee, tea and some other essentials. The first 90 minutes in the car park is free and as we didn't take long to buy the few items, we had time to wander around some of the outside malls and streets of the city in the lovely mild sunshine.
Once out the parking garage, Mike set the GPS and we were on our ...
Left Port Arthur early so that we could get a full day in Hobart. Lovely drive despite winds and rain. Easy access into Hobart so able to get the 9.30 Mona Rona....a hi speed 3600 hp cat to the Mona art museum. Wonderful boat ride up the Derwent with views of Hobart, Mount Wellington etc and. The skipper told us all about the boat, the city etc and the bridge which is longer than Sidney bridge. Despite strong winds we were in our ...
We left Hobart airport at 10:30am for Melbourne. Lynnie, Jim, Mum and Nan were there to see us off. We were so relieved that the lady at the Virgin counter did not make us unpack some things our of our bags and that everything was checked through phew!
We got ...
... growing up in Tassie you sometimes see the dancing Aurora on the horizon, hypnotising and exotic. It alway spellbound me but I wanted to see it up close, with no houses or trees or street light to have to luxury of standing and viewing it just dancing on the horizon. Over the expanse of pure white. I always wanted to experience an environment that is white, just white, no trees amazing and pure.
So this is my best ...