Trip Suggestions/tips/ advice/ things to see & do for the following itinerary will be much appreciated:
I am not really keen to visit a zoo/animal park, adventure rides/adrenaline challenges, hiking/(bush)walking too long (i.e. greater than 10-12 km return) trails.
I do enjoy nature, bit of museum visits, visiting historic sites & learning/cultural centres, gentle hiking,(bush)walking upto 10km, visiting small towns & cities, wineries, eateries, beaches, short climbs, scenic drives.
A)Day 1, 2 &3: In & around Hobart & day trips from Hobart.
B)Day 4: Bruny Island but can’t take my 2 wheel drive to Bruny because of many unsealed roads.
C)Day 5: Port Arthur
D) Day 6: Bronte Park Village, around Derwent Bridge Area
E) Day 7: Strahan
F) Day 8 & 9: Tullah(visit attractions like Cradle Mountain, Leven Canyon & Mole Creek Caves?? with Tullah as base)
G) Day 10: Stanley (not planning to take the Arthur River Cruise)
H) Day 11: Devonport & on the way see Burnie
I) Day 12: George Town
J) Day 13 & 14: St Helens, Bay of fire
K) Day 15 & 16: Coles Bay, Freycinet Peninsula
L) Day 17: Bicheno
Any possibility to see Ross,Cambeltown, EvanDale on route during this time?
M) Day 18: Deloraine
N) Day 19,20, 21 & half of Day22: In & around Launceston & day trips from Launceston
Thanks for your suggestions/tips/ advice.
Hi all where would you recommend where I could do hatha or Iyengar yoga ( ie not jumping around yoga) that you would recommend? I am leaving for perth tomorrow and ideally interested in plaes which can be travelled easily to from Sorretto or city rivers hotel.cheers and have a good day
I will be visiting Goldcoast with family and will be travelling by car from Yass,NSW.
Will be visiting all the theme parks in Goldcoast, looking at staying for 7 days.
Could anyone suggest me about places to visit in Goldcoast and around, interested more in scenic look outs.
Since I will be in Goldcoast for 7 days , is there any other place which will be better to stay . I am thinking of staying in Golcoast for 4 days and the rest 3 days elsewhere.
With the current bus service from Murgon to Brisbane and return ceasing from 1/2/2014, any suggestions re how my 75 year old friend can travel to Brisbane for medical appointments, to visit her children, and to go on a planned holiday in April 2014. She drives locally, but would not undertake the drive to Brisbane.
I plan to drive from Perth to Broome and visit several spots: Pinnacle desert, Kalbarri NP, Monkey Mia and Shark Bay, Exmouth and coral bay, Karijini NP up to Broome where we plan to visit Cape leveque and Bungle Bungles on a guided tour
Just Wonder if that is possible with a campervan cause I'm not an expert in 4WD driving. I did mereenie loop road in 2011 but that was not difficult at all
HI ! I'm in Melbourne for two weeks and i would like to find someone to meet with and who's eager to show me around the city or is in melbourne right now and would like to visit the city and its surroundings with me.
Thank you for your replies :-)
I am travelling around 20th dec for a week into gold coast; will be looking to pay reasonable costs to rent an affordable family car. let me know if any offers
Hello from Texas. My wife and I are seniors but have travel a lot and stayed at a lot of hostels. We will be arriving in Sydney on Feb. 21 and leaving on March 6th. We would like to stay in Sydney for 2 to 3 days then head for the reef for most of our time then return back for our flight.
1. Where do we stay reasonably in Sydney?
2. Where is the best place to base ourselves for the reef, where do we stay, again reasonably, and how is the best way to get there and back?
We are working at Tipplers Camp Ground and hoping to stay at Couran Cove - Is it possible to bike between these two places? Are all the camp grounds/accommodation connected by bike tracks? Trying to find a map with the bike trails marked on it but haven't found one yet! Thank you !!
Hi, I am a first time traveller to GC (all the way from asia). All the accomadation i checked need to pay for extra bed fr a 2 yr old kid. i wud be travelling with a large grup about 6 adults + 1 kid (2yr old) so its abit pricey wen we book a 3 bedroom apartment. So is it possible to just bring in the kid without actually registering the kid while we do the booking? Back in our place, we just book the apartments per the adults headcount, we dont actually count the kids. but since we wud be travelling far, we dont want to have any problems later on.
(i know this Q sounds weird, but thanks in advance)
We have a change of plans because thanks to helpful VTs members, we found out the Blue Mountains is still good to visit despite the forest fire. We am thinking of going directly there from the airport. The cost of a regular return train ticket from the International Airport to Katoomba is $41.40 including airport access fee. I believe it should be more economical for us then, to buy a MyMulti 3 weekly pass that costs $61 + $12.30 (single Gatepass) =$73.30 per person & use it for the journey to & from the Blue Mountains as well as in Sydney for a week. MyMulti 3 pass would be very useful for moving around Sydney, wouldn't it?
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