Bay View Villas

Address: 34 Poets Road, Hobart, Tasmania, Australia | 4 star villa
 
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This 4 star villa, located on 34 Poets Road, Hobart, is near South Hobart, Train Park, Sub-Antarctic Plant House, and Allport Library and Museum of Fine Arts.
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      Tasmania

      A travel blog entry by kelvinals on Apr 05, 2015

      11 comments, 9 photos

      I've lost touch with how far I've travelled, but there's one statistic that intrigues me and that's the size of Tasmania compared with mainland Australia. Tasmania is roughly 68,500 sq klm whereas the mainland has an area of 8,500,000 sq klm. Travelling down the centre of Australia from the top-end (Darwin) to Adelaide is 3,000klm. From the top of Tasmania (Devonport) to Hobart on its southern shore is 280 klm which took me the same time to travel as the 3,000klm. The difference being ...

      Tassie, and then some.

      A travel blog entry by samanthannec on Feb 26, 2015

      1 comment, 9 photos

      ... a tasting. We got to the winery at 4:52pm, approximately, and it closed at 5pm. The bartender was nice enough to give us a "power tasting" as we called it, which was basically 10 wines in 15 minutes. Because it was the end of the day, the glasses were more than just a sip as we were helping to finish off the bottles. We ended up purchasing our favourite of the selection; a delish and refreshing Pinto Gris which we shared with Kim back in Melbourne. Tasmania also happens to ...

      Fri 16 Jan

      A travel blog entry by gracevbridge on Jan 16, 2015

      Today I walked with Nanna's friends for an hour on the Eastern Shore from Montague Bay to Rosny College, where Denys taught art for 14 years. Denys met us there and drove us home.
      Patrick picked me up at 11o'clock and I went with Zac and Tom to the movies.
      we also went to MoFo but it was so windy that they had to let the blow up exhibit down as it would not have been safe.
      I then had a sleepover at their place.
      We didn't take any photos today, forgot. ...

      Hiking at Mount Field National Park

      A travel blog entry by pennywilkins on Nov 30, 2014

      13 photos

      ... amount of water flowing over it was low. We decided to continue onto Horseshoe Falls. This trek was all uphill, some on rock steps and some on wooden stairs. It was quite the climb and the falls were not as impressive as Russell Falls. On the way to the car park, another hiker pointed out a platypus to us. It really looked like a moving rock but it is rare to see one in the wild. We then drove up to the top of the mountain. This meant driving on a 16 ...

      Walgett

      A travel blog entry by dennis.rudge on Jun 09, 2014

      Left Narrabri and headed back across country to Walgett to catch up with the Newell Highway, travelling inland. For nearly all the way we passed through huge Cotton farms with cotton on the side of the road that obviously blew off the trucks. Travelled ...