Brunswick Hotel

67 Liverpool Street, Hobart, 7000, Australia
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Visit Tasmania in June-July 2005

by SawLM

I planning to Tasmania in Jun/July'05 for 4-5 days. I would like to stay in a nice log cabin (or something nice and beautiful scenary) for the winter snow view. I just want to have a peaceful and relaxing time there with my wife. Do anyone has good recommandation on the accomodation, moving around the lodging and ideas on what can I do in thise few days ??

RE: Visit Tasmania in June-July 2005

by suzyq40

Cradle Mountain or Coles Bay would be your pick for anything relaxing, quiet etc. They are quite a drive from any of the major centres (well thats what it felt like when I was a child) Coles bay, or Wineglass bay is absolutely beautiful. Cradle Mountain is up in the highlands near the great lakes. Give them a google and see what comes up. Sorry I cant be of any more help. It has been years since I have been in Tassie after growing up there
Have a good time

RE: RE: Visit Tasmania in June-July 2005

by Anne12

Every where in Tasmania is lovely. There are some wonderful scenic places.
I agree with Suzy, if it's a snow/winter outlook you are after check out Gradle mountain.
Open fire, a good bottle of wine , room with view sounds very relaxing.

There are some great walks in that area as well.

The Gradle Mountain Lodge website makes it look inviting.
If you would like a water view I would recommend Strahan here you can find some great places to stay and there are walks and a great daily river cruise.


RE: RE: Visit Tasmania in June-July 2005

by suzyq40

Ben Lomond isnt that great, went up there a few times as a child. If you dont want to ski, Cradle mountain would be the pick for sure

Travel Tips for Hobart

The friendly island.

by Tasmania

People here are really friendly. Don't think that they are making fun of you if a complete strange starts a conversation, thats just the way it is. Relax and remember the way the rest of the world used to be.

Shuttle Bus Service to Richmond

by xuessium

There is a shuttle bus service that runs from near Hobart's Tourist Info Office to the cottage town of Richmond, free & easy style. You will have about 3 hours to roam around Richmond before the return journey begins.

Departs Hobart daily at the following times (circa 2004):
9.15am & 12.20pm
Return time from Richmond:
12.50pm & 3.50pm.

Cost is A$25.00 per pax.

City apartments pick-up can be arranged.

Salamanca Market

by Mengke

Salamanca Market, operated by the Hobart City Council, has become something of an institution in Hobart. It began with humble beginnings in 1972 with just 10 stalls occupying a small section of historic Salamanca Place.
The friendly atmosphere at Salamanca Market is highly seductive. Worth a visit, if only for the streetscape, famous for its historic Georgian warehouses, dating back to the 1830s, watch that you don't get sucked into buying a singing fish you will want to hide in the attic once you get home. Many of those warehouses have been converted into galleries, theatres, cafes, craft shops and restaurants. In my humble opinion some of the best and freshest food in the world is produced right here in Tasmania.

Tasmanian arts, crafts, food and flowers are displayed at Salamanca Market. It offers a shopping experience with a difference. Salamanca Market is one of those special places where you actually meet the people who create, make or grow what they sell.


by balhannah

This pioneer cemetery is located next to Salamanca Place. It is the original site of the first Hobart cemetery. A lot of the graves have been put together in a wall. There are quite a few people here of importance, this was very interesting. Its set in a nice setting, with interesting headstones.

Australian Antarctic Division Headquarters

by balhannah

These are located 2ks south of Kingston, on the Channel Highway.
Here, you can see displays, photos, models and other interesting pieces on Antarctica.
You are allowed to try on some of the thick clothing, I did!

It is open Monday to Friday from 8.30 - 4.30pm

Admission is FREE.


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