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Travel guide Hobart & Tasman Peninsula

Come and see what is 'Behind the Green Door'
By martine heilman

This self-contained, one room studio is set in a private garden. Gardeners enjoy the garden, and birdwatchers can observe the honeyeaters. Pick some parsley or lemons outside your door. The studio is within walking distance to Hobart town centre. The myrtle kitchenette has two hot plates and an oven, a fridge and all utensils that you will need for your stay. Breakfast provisions are re-stocked daily and you will be spoiled with home-made cookies. We gladly cater for different dietary needs. Exposed ceiling beams and a wood stove adds charm to this property. We can best let a selection of comments from our guest book say a little about the holiday experience 'Behind the Green Door'. Essentially, we try to provide what we would want if we were staying here. "It looks lik... Read more

Luxury at Seacalm
By Denis Mermet

Seacalm is an amazing property... with views to die for and all the comfort you desire. From an espresso machine, to spa, sauna, mountain bikes and much more. How about a dining room overlooking the ocean and a dream bathroom? What else could you want for that special occasion? Seacalm is a luxurious two bedroom waterfront retreat. Unique, scenic and self-contained, providing exclusive enjoyment of gourmet kitchen, spacious living area with log fire, home theatre, spa and infrared sauna, laundry and mountain bikes. Located at stunning Apex Point, close to Port Arthur and all amenities. In need of rejuvenation? Seacalm provides a complete and exclusive experience. The combination of minimalistic decor and expansive windows brings the panoramic views of beach and bush into full focus. N... Read more

Kevin's Cottage
By Denis Mermet

Kevin's Cottage in Port Arthur is ideal for families or couples. Newly renovated with amazing views, it has all you require to help you relax and get a well deserved night's sleep after a busy day. Situated across Long Bay, Kevin’s Cottage sleep up to 7 people. It has full kitchen with a large fridge, microwave, cooker with grill and oven, plenty of room. The main bedroom has a very cosy queen-size bed and the second bedroom has two comfortable twin beds. Two more people can be accommodated using the foldaway in the main lounge or extra bed upon request. It has TV and stereo for your entertainment and some board games are provided. The Cottage is heated by a reverse cycle air-conditioning and an electric column heater is available in the bathroom too. The area is clean and... Read more

The Classic Cottage at Port Arthur
By Denis Mermet

The Classic Cottage offers a great budget option in Port Arthur, Tasmania for everyone...  especially families, as out of peak season there is only a minimal charge for children, as well as the option to bring in your own linen. This allows us to make our cottage an affordable holiday option for all. The Cottage was built in the early 1900s and we have kept all the charming features  of the era, such as the Huon pine kitchen counter-tops and original wooden floors. The Classic Cottage has a very large garden, mini golf, and three barbecues in total, around the garden. The Cottage is full of games, puzzles and books to provide those lasting holiday memories of when the television was not on  all the time and the family was around the table together. We believe we stand ou... Read more

Relax, unwind and see what the peninsula offers
By Stewart Dickson

A place to relax, unwind and experience what the Tasman Peninsula has to offer with its scenery, sea cliffs, wildlife, heritage, adventure of past and present. Abs by the Bay provides contemporary apartment accommodation with its modern style, convenient location and affordable rates, it is an ideal choice for both business and leisure travellers. Abs by the Bay is in Taranna, set in attractive gardens with access to the waterfront of Little Norfolk Bay. Choose from two spacious two bedroom apartments, each with their own fully equipped kitchen, modern bathroom and outdoor barbecue area. The units can be configured to provide both motel-style and self-contained accommodation. There is a wide range of exciting and interesting things to do and see, from a visit to 'Australia's Premie... Read more

By Lisa Monk

  Tasmania is a very special part of Australia, with its pristine and superb natural environment - a landscape that is at times redolent of the gentle English countryside and at others wild and distinctly Australian; it has a pervasive sense of history, along with a growing reputation for artisan wines and produce and of course, it offers a wonderful contrast to mainland holidays.   Abel Tasman first discovered it back in 1642, and named it Van Diemen's Land. Hobart is the second oldest city in Australia after Sydney (Launceston is the third, so Tasmania really does have something of a monopoly when it come to history) and it is perfectly located to make the most of all the treasures this small island state has to offer.   It lies on the Derwent River, and the river and... Read more

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

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