Hotel Collins

4 out of 5 stars4 Stars

58 Collins Street, Hobart, 7000, Australia
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Satisfaction Excellent
Excellent
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Very Good
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187
Average
9%
39
Poor
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  • Couples88
  • Solo94
  • Business88

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The Secret's In The Rock: Mummaluka

by xuessium about Mummaluka Restaurant

(Pseudo) African cuisine in Tasmania. That's a cruncher. The ambience of the place is colonial African, with a back section devoted to overflowing make-believe African foliage, hunting nets and spears and walls painted with exotic African beasts.

Yawn. Cheesy.

I have a feeling that kids would love the place more.

Open 7 day a week from 6pm. The dishes are a mish-mash of make-believe African/International cuisines that came with exotic names. Unfortunately, the same creativity does not apply to the food. Don't get me wrong, they were pleasant enough but nothing outstanding that would make you leap out of your chair exclaiming "Dr. Livingstone, I presumed?"

They do have however, this novelty dessert called a "Boozy Ball" which is essentially a rum & chocolate ball served on a stick.

Port Arthur - A must do in Tasmania

by cheerssweetie

Port Arthur is a historic penal settlement.

Its a sad place with tales of torture and misery, along with a community of military men and free officers, there wives and familes who tried to make normal lives.

It has lessons for us today, as we deal with the need for punishment and reform within our criminal justice system.

Upon purchasing your day pass you can join an introductory walking tour. The quide takes you around the most important places there and you are than free to wander at your leisure.

A harbour cruise is included. It will pass the Dockyards, Point Puer Boys" Prison and the Isle of Dead cemetry. You can tour these places if you purchase tickets upon entry.

You also get given a playing card which gives you the identity of a real convict. You can trace his life at Port Arthur in what is called the Interpretation Gallery.

In the evening you can even go on a ghost tour.

Sturdy footwear is needed along with a jacket, raincoat or umbrella as the weather can be very changable.

****Please note: There was a masacre on 28/4/1996 where a gunman killed 35 people at Port Arthur. Staff members that worked at the site died that day and some of the staff that work there today are colleagues, family members of those that killed.
******Please do not ask about that day********
There is information on the plaque in the Memorial Garden or you may ask for a brochure at the Visitors Centre

Captain Fell's Harbour Cruise.

by balhannah

We did the lunch time cruise which was Excellent, we thought is was good value for money. The cruise boat is old, don't let this put you off. There are 3 different cruises to choose from. You get a different view of Hobart when you are on the water. In 2008, Lunch time cruises vary from $28 - $40, with the cruises ranging from 1hr - 21/2 hours. There are cruise/tours that you can choose from too. For more information, have a look at their website.

Must see for Canadian's at least.

by seamandrew

At Princes Park, you'll find a monument that honors the memory of 92 exiles transported from Canada to Van Diemen's land in 1840. Their struggle was a significant factor in the evolution of responsible government in Canada and Australia.

Unveiled by the Canadian High Commissioner Brian Schumacher on the 12th of December 1995 during the Centenary year of official Canada-Australia trade relations.

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