Riverfront Motel & Villas

897 Brooker Highway, Berriedale, Hobart, Tasmania, 7001, Australia
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Cruise ships (Celebrity)

by laun45

where do the cruise ships come in at?? how far is it fromThe Tasmanian Travel and Information Centre ?? how can u get there?? how long would it take?? and how much?? ty so much appreciate your help. mary

Re: Cruise ships (Celebrity)

by cafank

The Hobart cruise terminal is only about a 10 minute walk from the terminal so a taxi will be cheap enough - or a walk if you want it. The tourist office is near the harbour too.

See the following site: http://australia.shopsafe.com.au/tasmania_information/south_information/hobart/hobart_cruise_terminal-cruise_terminal.htm

Travel Tips for Hobart

The Hobart Bridge

by rozehill

The first plans for bridging the Derwent close to Hobart date back to 1832. One of these early designs by Captain Jacobs was for a floating structure consisting of short spans in timber bridging between barges anchored across the river. It was not until 1943 that the first bridge was completed, this being a floating arch bridge and lift span.
Following the completion of the floating arch bridge in 1943 the growth of population on the eastern bank of the River Derwent was very fast; by 1955 the bridge was unable to carry the number of vehicles required to use it without extreme congestion.

The Zoo Doo Fun Park - is just...

by Chuq

The Zoo Doo Fun Park - is just out of Richmond, about 30km north of Hobart. A curious cross between a farm and a zoo, right in the middle of nowhere! Features all kinds of animals that are very rare in this sort of area/climate, including monkeys, buffalo, llamas and guinea pigs, as well as the more usual donkeys, pigs and goats.

The best way to get there is follow the highway north towards Launceston, and while going through Brighton turn off to Richmond. It is also possible to get there via the airport highway.

Cheers! A Good Old Aussie Breakfast

by xuessium about Cheers Coffee Lounge

I enjoyed nothing more than a good old Aussie Breakfast to start my day. Modelled after the English Breakfast (afterall, most Australian today are English-descended), you get your toast, eggs, mushrooms & bacon along with a hearty rich cup of Cappucino. Brilliant!

This is just one of the many cafes littering the city offering folks and travellers some good old breakfast. This cafe happened to be the one I chose. No great science behind it.

(The cafe proclaimed the following though..."Fresh, quality food with a difference") The Aussie Breakfast and my essential cup of coffee!

Battery Point

by Kate-Me

Battery Point is an absolute must see in Hobart.

It's one of the oldest areas of Hobart, with many beautiful Georgian cottages and some quaint old shop buildings.
As you can see, it's hilly and also has very good views of the river and mountains.

Parliament House Gardens

by seamandrew

Parliament House Gardens is in the historic Salamanca area and is framed with sweeping annual displays, oaks, elms, limes and plane trees.This little park across from the Brooke Street Pier and adjacent to the Hobart Parliamentary House is a great place to sit down, relax and watch the time pass by. With it's beautifal lawns, tall trees, plenty of shade and bountiful gardens, it's sure to please all. Who knows you may get to see some famous Hobart official or other Australian politician leaving the building. Be sure to enjoy a walk amongst the 150-year-old majestic oak trees.

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