Central Cafe Bar

73 Collins Street, Hobart, 7000, Australia
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Lachlan Tasmania

by horlicks

Could you please give me some info on Lachlan in Tassie, what is there, what is too do, attractions, population, etc, it would be much appreciated,
Thanks Alot

Re: Lachlan Tasmania

by australia2

Hi. As far as I can tell Lachlan, the place, is a small town 50 or so K's by road - via New Norfolk - north-west of Hobart. It would be beautifully situated in mountainous country which no doubt would be great for bushwalking. That would be the main activity I would think. It is lovely country looking west to the South West National Park, on the edge of the Wellington Range.
Lachlan the man - Lachlan Macquarie - is considered to be "The Father of Australia". He was one of the early Governers of the whole Colony, from 1810 to 1821. He was a Scot and his work was outstanding. Read his life story if you can. A great many things around Australia bearing the name Macquarie, or Lachlan, are a tribute to him....L.

Re: Re: Lachlan Tasmania

by australia2

Further re Lachlan. I think that that particular town is named after his son of the same name. ...L.

Travel Tips for Hobart

Even being a small island,...

by mocca

Even being a small island, there are some good cultural things to see, some old english settelments.
Port Arthur is the biggest atraction in the cultural sence, and it is a good one too.
The oldest casino stands in Hobart and after Sydney, hobart is the oldest city of Australia.
Driving around Tasmania you will see more things like the spikey bridge or the old railroad in Devonport. So enjoy your stay in Tasmania.

Kendall Airlines (subsidiary...

by tazmaniak

Kendall Airlines (subsidiary of Ansett Airlines) and Qantas both serve Hobart from Sydney and Melbourne. You can include Hobart with the various Air Passes that can be purchased from outside of Australia. Buying direct, at least a month in advance means good savings!
Walking is the best way to see the city but renting a car guarantees that you can see as much of Tasmania as possible. Bus routes are pretty good if you are back-packing.


by AusPinay

This place is fabulous as it provides a fabulous panorama of the city of Hobart and the entrance to the Derwent River.

Mt Nelson is easily accessible by car. The more quiet drive to the summit is the drive up Nelson Road opposite the entrance to the Wrest Point Hotel Casino on Sandy Bay Road. Public transport is available. There is a restaurant at the lookout. We did not try it as we just had our big brekky at the ship!

Walk the Streets of Salamanca at night!

by ATXtraveler

One of the beautiful sights we saw on our driving tour of Hobart were the beautiful streets of Salamanca Market on the Southern side of Hobart. After a wonderful dinner on the Elizabeth Street Pier we went over to the Salamanca Market to enjoy the lights!

It seemed that every single branch on the tree was lighted, and it definitely did not seem like any other town I have been in Australia to this point!

Richmond - Historic town worth a look

by iandsmith

Richmond is a village that gets lots of publicity. It has Australia's oldest bridge, oldest Catholic church and lots of other items of historical interest like gaols, houses and farm implements. Though it's a tourist trap you shouldn't confuse it with overseas traps. It isn't crowded but there are always people there.
There are lots of quirky shops where you can lighten the load in your wallet without feeling too much pain. Things like the maze will keep the children occupied and they should find some stimulation at the gaol (if only I could leave them there I hear you think!).
There's also Australia's oldest bridge that is the most photographed in Tasmania.
It's just north of Hobart, a pleasant drive in the country and makes a great outing for the day.


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