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Travel guide Hobart & Tasman Peninsula for Great view

Top Five Accessible Travel Destinations
By Bruce Mumford

When you’re disabled it’s a lot easier - and cheaper - to stay at home. But after our family came home from a trip away, I realised the memories would be there with our boys for the rest of their lives.  It’s certainly not easy (when you’re disabled what is?) but it is worth it. My favourite Australian  destinations are: 1. Darling Harbour, Sydney I never visited Darling Harbour when growing up in Sydney.  But our family came up here and stayed 3 nights last year and had a wonderful time!  It was great being a tourist in what was once my own backyard.  After seeing a fair bit of overseas, I still think Sydney stacks up pretty well. The terrific thing about Darling Harbour is that it’s so much like Tasmania; a lot to do in such a sm... Read more

Review - Twenty Red Chapel
By Jane Hamilton

Old world charm – with all the mod cons. This lovely B&B has a wonderful view of Sandy Bay, a gorgeous garden and is only 5 minutes from Hobart, making it the perfect base for an exploration of all the city has to offer. Overall rating?  Outstanding What makes Twenty Red Chapel different? The lovely tranquil setting in a pretty suburban location on top of a hill and the welcoming and helpful hosts made this a very enjoyable place to stay, with all the comforts of home and none of the responsibilities.  Could easily have stayed longer! Accommodation overview This is a beautiful Edwardian house and the guest wing comprises two rooms, one with a double bed and the other with two single beds.  Both are warm and welcoming and have an old world charm that adds... Read more

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