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    • Mason61's Profile Photo

      Looking for Travelers Adelaide to The gold Coast 2016

      Adelaide Apr 21, 2015 at 2:24 AM

      Hi, im flying to Adelaide to see some friends for a few weeks in January 2016, I then want to travel east round up to the gold coast. At the moment im looking at doing it on my own and meeting people along the way but im hoping this website may help find people doing similar trips!?

      Also new to VT so any helps great !

      Cheers 

      Alex

       

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    • PINNACLES DAY TOUR 12/13 NOV 2015

      Perth Apr 12, 2015 at 5:53 AM

      Hi,

      2 of us will like to go for Yanchep/Pinnacles/Lancelin day tour either 12 or 13 Nov 2015.

      We are travelling on a quite tight budget coz so much to do in Perth.....

      1.Anybody can suggest this day trip other than travel agents to lower cost, driving for us is quite inconvenient?
      2.Anybody travelling on these days can add us or go with us to share cost?
      3.Is whale watching worth it?

      Can also contact us at budgettravelbugz@gmail.com

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      Any National Park along the way from Bunbury to Perth?

      Perth Apr 20, 2015 at 9:06 AM

      Hi,
      i will be driving back to Perth from Bunbury and would like to stopover at a National Park.
      Any recommendation which park is great to visit?

      From Burbury, we will be stopping by the following places as well.
      1. Busselton jetty
      1. Apple Fun Park (playground) @ Donnybrook

      Thanks!

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    • what to do with a 12 year old?

      Mandurah Apr 7, 2015 at 4:57 AM

      my son is turning 12 on thursday. Any suggestions for a cool thing to do with him? surfing, kayaking and fishing are pretty standard activities for us.

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    • What to do in Busselton

      Busselton Apr 2, 2015 at 4:01 AM

      On a cruise that will be in Busselton for a day in May. Can anyone suggest things to do apart from what the Jetty has to offer. From what I understand I should allow approximately 3 hours at the Jetty. Any help would be appreciated.

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    • Do buses run in geraldton on a sunday

      Geraldton Mar 30, 2015 at 7:33 PM

      Im coming there for a holiday was wondering if there was transport on a sunday

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      Anyone going to gold coast on 4th may 2015 until 9th May 2015

      Gold Coast Apr 20, 2015 at 7:03 AM

      im looking for a travelling partner, anyone is going

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      Recommendation for Farmstay

      Perth Apr 5, 2015 at 1:37 AM

      Hi,
      I am planning to visit Perth in May with a 3yo toddler and will be 5th pregnant by then.
      I want to go to a farmstay where my toddler is able to feed the animals.
      We would like to stay over for a night only.
      Which farmstay do u recommend?
      Thank you!

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    • 12 Days Melbourne Itinerary. Any idea to improve it ?

      Melbourne Apr 13, 2015 at 7:10 AM

      If you have better suggestion, kindly suggestion. thank you

      Day1 (Accommodation Melbourne)

      Arrive Melbourne Tullamarine Airport 1.05 am
      Sundries Shopping (South Melbourne Market)
      Melbourne Visitor Tourist Center
      (Federation Square, 2 Swanston Street Melbourne VIC, Australia +61 3 9658 9658)
      Chinatown

      Day 2 (Accommodation Melbourne)

      Queen Victoria Market
      Old Melbourne Gaol
      Flinders street station
      City Travel Tram
      Degraves Street
      Hosier Lane
      St. Paul's Cathedral

      Day 3 (Accommodation Melbourne)

      FEDERATION SQUARE
      River Melbourne Cruise
      Riverland Bar
      Eureka Skydeck 88
      Draculas Show and Dinner

      Day 4 (Accommodation Melbourne)

      LAKE MOUNTAIN / CHANDON WINERY (120 km)
      Mt Dandenong lookout ($5 per car for entrance)
      Chandon Winery (Free Entrance)
      Yarra Chocolate Factory
      12pm Pie in the Sky Restaurant
      1pm Lake Mountain (1.30 hours, 100km)

      Day 5 (Accommodation Melbourne)

      PUFFING BILLY RAILWAY(1 Old Monbulk Road, Belgrave VIC ,50KM)
      10.30am Arrive Belgrave
      11.10am Train depart to Lakeside (adult $49, child $25, family $99)
      12.08pm Arrive Lakeside (Lunch at the park)
      Paddle boat (Price per paddle boat (2 seats, ask 1 adult & 2 kids/ 2 adults &1kid can fit?):
      15 minutes $14
      20 minutes $15
      30 minutes $18
      2.25pm Train return to Belgrave station
      3.30pm Arrive Belgrave

      Day 6 (Accommodation Philip Island)

      PHILIP ISLAND (140 KM)
      Chocolate factory
      Nobbies Centre
      1. Churchill Island Heritage farm (Cow Milking,Sheep Shearing,Working dog)
      2. Koala Conservative Centre (Koala, wallabies, echidnas, bats and birds)
      3. Penguin Parade 4.30 pm has to be there (5.30 pm Penguin Parade)

      Day 7 (Accommodation Melbourne)

      PHILIP ISLAND / BRIGHTON BEACH (150KM)

      Phyll Trout & Bush Tucker Farm
      Brighton Beach
      St. Kilda Beach

      Day 8 ( Accommodation Apollo Bay)

      Split Point Lighthouse
      Teddy's Lookout (137 km, 2 Hours)
      Wild Koala / Wild Feeding Kenneth River (22 Km, 30 min)
      Wild Koala, Cape Otway Light station
      The Otway Freetop Walk (Optional)
      Triplet Falls Otways National Park (optional)

      Day 9 ( Accommodation WARRNAMBOOL)

      APPOLLO BAY to WARRNAMBOOL (162km, 2 Hr 30Min)
      GREAT OCEAN ROAD
      1. Marine Lookout, Apollo Bay
      2. Gibson Step, Twelve Apostles Visitors Centre
      3. 12 Apotles (Sunrise)
      4.Loch Ard Gorge,
      5.The Arch
      6.London Bridge
      7.The Grotto
      8.Bay of Island
      Flagstaff Hill Maritime Village - Noon Experience
      Logans Beach (Whale Watching platform)
      Tower Hill Lake (Spot Animal)
      Moyne Rover
      Sound And Laser Show - Night Experience

      Day 10 ( Accommodation Melbourne)

      WARRNAMBOOL/BALLART/MELBOURNE (286 KM)

      WARRNAMBOOL to BALLARAT (174km, 2 Hour, 30 Min)
      BALLARAT to MELBOURNE (113km, 1 Hour, 30 min)

      Sovereign Hill, Ballarat
      Drive/walk around Ballarat town
      Dinner at 400 Gradi, world best pizza

      Day 11 (Accommodation MELBOURNE)

      Free Day
      DFO Essendon (SHOPPING)
      South Wharf (SHOPPING)
      St Kilda Penguins (St Kilda)

      Day 12 (Accommodation MELBOURNE)

      St Kilda
      Acland Street
      Esplanade Sunday Market
      Brighton Beach
      Berry Farm
      Chadstone shopping centre
      Collins Street - Paris End
      Crown Casino

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      Two Daintree Questions

      Daintree Mar 30, 2015 at 7:31 AM

      We have one day to visit Daintree and Cape Tribulation from Cairns. We would like to walk in the rainforest, ride the zipline, see a cassowary, visit Mossman Gorge, walk on a nice beach, do a couple of boardwalks and see any other good sites. Can anyone do an itinerary for us that we can comfortably fit into one day? Also, is it possible to walk in the Daintree N.P. without having to pay to go on a guided tour?

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      Kids friendly places in Perth (animal related trip)

      Perth Apr 15, 2015 at 12:05 AM

      Hi,
      We will be going to Perth from 17th to 23rd May with our 33 month old daughter.
      We love animals and would like to expose our daughter to all the animal-friendly places in Perth.
      We planned to go for a farmstay and maybe to see the dolphins.
      Where else is nice for her to interact with animals?
      Or can you suggest any toddler-friendly places?
      We will be driving throughout so transport is not an issue.
      All comments and answers are appreciated!
      TIA!

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    • Chances of TV Approval

      Australia Apr 12, 2015 at 12:58 AM

      Good Day Everyone!

      My employment contract ended last March 31, 2015 (3 years employment). I am planning to go on a vacation in Australia and visit friends there with my partner's mother and sister. Since I am now unemployed, would it be grounds for my application to be denied even if I have funds and a return ticket? I am planning to apply a tourist visa this April.

      Hope to be enlightened. Thank you very much! 

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    • school fees

      Melbourne Apr 23, 2015 at 3:17 AM

      Hi we are moving to Australia this August melbourne hopefully bayside mckinnon.. I like the look of the area and the school is know it's a government school. We are coming over on my husband 457 visa does anyone know if I have to pay school fees? And how much
      Does anyone have info on the area mckinnon?

      Can anyone suggest somewhere else in bayside that's nice with a good school government?
      That is close to the train line my husband will be working in the cbd thankyou so much for your help :)

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    • December @gold coast

      Gold Coast Apr 12, 2015 at 7:08 AM

      Hi I'm coming to Gold Coast this December. This will be my honeymoon trip. Can someone suggest me which is the right location for me to stay and recommend the median level price hotel for us.I'm sure it's peak season during that period. I don't want to stay far also since I need to take public transportation.

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    • What to expect of life in Australia?

      Australia Mar 31, 2015 at 2:37 PM

      Hi to all!!
      I have heard two opposite opinions about Australia as a place to live in - on one hand that it is very boring place, nothing much to do there, you can´t even swim because the waves are too high, not so much cultural life like in Europe. On the other hand others think the nature is amazing,there is always a job to find and people are nice...
      So does anyone have any experience in living for a longer period in Australia? Perth, Melbourne, Sydney...?
      I intend to try to enter Phd studies there and, if I like it, to stay there.
      I would like to hear your arguments for both positive and negative sides.
      Thank you very much in advance.

      All the best!

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      Road Trip: Sydney to Brisbane

      Australia Apr 4, 2015 at 2:18 AM

      We have rented a spaceships Alpha 2 Berth car for 5 days. We are planning to sleep overnight in the car for 4 days. I have several questions to ask before we are heading on the road. We are travelling on a budget, but want to stay safe and be able to take hot showers along the way.

      1) I read an itinerary from britz.com.au, sounds like a good one: or you have a better recommendation?

      Day 1
      - Terrigal
      - The Entrance
      - Newcastle
      - Port Stephens / Tomaree National Park
      (Overnight at One Mile Beach Holiday Park)

      Day 2
      - Port Macquarie / Koala Hospital
      - The Sea Acres Rainforest Centre
      - Overnight at The Sundowner Breakwall Tourist Park

      Day 3
      - Coffs Harbour
      - Miniature Dutch Village
      - Overnight at Park Beach Holiday Park

      Day 4
      - Byron Bay
      - Either Mount Warning, Nightcap National Park, Broken Head Nature Reserve
      - Cape Byron
      - Overnight at North Coast Holiday Parks Clarkes Beach

      Day 5:
      - Fortitude Valley
      - ??
      - Returning the car to spaceships.

      2) The above place to stay required to pay fees between $40 - $60 per night, just to park in their property. Does the rest area or the national park allow to be parked overnight for free? Are they safe? Any recommendation?

      3) I want to see the most beautiful side of Australia, can you recommend some places I should not miss along the road trip.

      Thanks all !

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    • Spirit of Tasmania

      Tasmania Mar 19, 2015 at 9:34 PM

      has any one used "Travel with a Cause" to book trip to Tasmania

      2 Answers Mar 21, 2015 at 4:52 AM
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      ADVICE NEEDED :)

      Hobart Feb 26, 2015 at 10:32 PM

      My itenary - Devonport - bicheon (1night) - Swansea(2nights) - Hobart (2nights) & cradle mountain ( 2 nights) - back to Devonport - spirit of Tasmania( evening ferry)

      I`ll be staying in Hobart , and was thinking of driving into port Arthur for the ghost tours at night. Will driving back from port Arthur to Hobart at night safe?

      Also I was planning to do Salamanca market , in the morning and leave early afternoon from Hobart to cradle mountain. Is that doable, because I think the drive up is almost 4-5 hours?

      Driving:
      I actually have a choice between the holden SV6 which is a 3000CC vehicle (more powerful but manual ) and the Suzuki 1200 CC ( less powerful and automatic transmission) ... tough time deciding which to go with!
      Any advice on which car to take will be helepful too .

      THANKS AGAIN ! in advance :)
      jeevz

      4 Answers Mar 5, 2015 at 12:51 AM
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      Driving with a small car?

      Tasmania Feb 24, 2015 at 2:45 AM

      Hi ! ill be driving to Tasmania via melb , on a Suzuki swift 1.2L hatchback. From what I gathered the roads are pretty steepy in Tasmania? Will a small 1200 cc Suzuki be able to take the pressure of driving round the island? ill be staying 10 days .. driving from Devonport -- bicheon -- Swansea -- Hobart -- cradle mountain -- Devonport. And is gps navigation important ? Do advise and thanks in advance!
      cheers

      8 Answers Feb 28, 2015 at 3:41 AM
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      Best time of year to visit Hobart

      Hobart Feb 1, 2015 at 5:35 PM

      What is the best time of year to visit Hobart weather wise?

      Many thanks in advance for all answers

      STEVE

      13 Answers Feb 26, 2015 at 11:01 PM
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      Bathurst Harbour - worth the trip?

      State of Tasmania Dec 4, 2014 at 1:22 AM

      Am considering going to Bathurst Harbour for the day...anyone been? Is it worth it to fly in for the day?
      Thanks in advance.

      2 Answers Dec 18, 2014 at 2:23 AM
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      car vs. camper

      State of Tasmania Nov 15, 2014 at 9:07 AM

      which is better car and hotels or camper / caravan ?

      12 Answers Dec 9, 2014 at 5:06 AM
    • Tasmania by foot/Anyone on Tasmania on 3rd - 4th Oct 2014?

      Tasmania Oct 11, 2014 at 8:23 AM

      I am fascinated by Tasmania, eversince I watched a movie filmed in Tasmania. Since, I am in Sydney, I decided to visit Tasmania on the end of my trip. My worry is, since I dont drive, will it still possible to navigate Tasmania tourist spots by public transport? I know it almost impossible but at least I will cover some places.

      3 Answers Oct 11, 2014 at 6:12 PM
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      Lake Pedder & Southwest NP

      Hobart Jun 29, 2014 at 12:00 PM

      I spent a week in Tasmania more than two decades ago and I'm looking forward to another trip to the Island, a longer one this time. Southwest NP looks very interesting and I'm sure some of you have explored it. It seems that the only way to reach Mt. Solitary is by boat. Is there a boat service to the island ? is camping allowed on it ?

      3 Answers Jun 30, 2014 at 5:26 PM
    • Booking tours through Global Journeys

      Tasmania May 6, 2014 at 5:20 AM

      Has anyone booked a coach tour through Global Journeys? Their prices are so much better than booking with AAT Kings directly that they seem too good to be true.

      2 Answers May 6, 2014 at 7:34 PM
    • 6-berth Motorhome with Shower & Toilet rental

      Launceston Mar 17, 2014 at 2:28 AM

      Hi, we are 6 people from oversea planning to visit Tasmania on Nov. We are going to rent a motorhome for a 12 days trip, any kindly suggestion of good rental company for it? Thank you very much!

      Carol

      5 Answers Mar 17, 2014 at 7:36 AM
    • Waterfalls

      Devonport Feb 7, 2014 at 3:52 PM

      Location of waterfalls between Devonport and Launceston?

      2 Answers Feb 8, 2014 at 3:05 PM
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      Port Arthur day tour or ghost tour?

      Hobart Dec 26, 2013 at 11:22 PM

      Hi,
      I am thinking to take Port Arthur ghost tour, but my husband want both day tour and ghost tour
      I am afraid there will be some kind of overlapping if we do both since the location is the same
      Is anyone has experience on both? Will it be overlapping experience if we take both?
      If we have to choose which one is better?
      Big thanks in advance

      Dyah

      4 Answers Dec 28, 2013 at 1:55 AM
    • Trip suggestions/tips/things to see & do in Tasmania for 22 days during December2013 & January2014

      Tasmania Dec 9, 2013 at 10:17 AM

      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.

      4 Answers Jan 22, 2014 at 4:21 PM
    • Buy a new car

      Hobart Nov 24, 2013 at 2:14 AM

      can a tourist legally buy and register a new car in Hobart, Tasmania ?

      4 Answers Nov 25, 2013 at 4:02 PM
    • travelling with kids

      Tasmania Nov 10, 2013 at 3:50 AM

      things to do and see in southern or southeast Tasmania November 2013 whilst on holidays travelling with 2 and 5 year olds

      2 Answers Nov 11, 2013 at 11:31 AM
    • Hyundai Getz Auto(1.3L engine) in mountainous(with steep slopes) roads in Tasmania

      State of Tasmania Oct 22, 2013 at 10:11 AM

      Will Hyundai Getz Auto with a 1.3L engine be fine to drive in the mountainous(with steep slopes) roads & hilly touristy attractions/spots in Tasmania? I am planning to rent this car for a 21 day trip to all the major tourist attractions in Tasmania.

      11 Answers Nov 1, 2013 at 6:17 AM
    • Transport Launceston to Bridport

      Tasmania Oct 18, 2013 at 8:25 PM

      How do I get from Launceston Airport to Bridport to catch the boat to Flinders Island? Thanks

      1 Answer Oct 22, 2013 at 7:50 PM
    • Local transport options

      Port Arthur Oct 15, 2013 at 5:22 PM

      we are coming into Port Arthur on a cruise ship in December just for a day and would prefer not to use their exorbitantly expensive shore excursions. Are there any car rental firms or public transport we could use to transport us from the historic site out to the mines or to devils kitchen etc. We are a group of 13.

      14 Answers Dec 13, 2013 at 9:06 AM
    • Car Rental

      Hobart Sep 13, 2013 at 3:13 AM

      Hello.I will be visiting Hobart on November for 3 days and planning to rent a car.Any suggestions any affordable company? I am a Malaysian international student, and can I actually drive using my Malaysian license? And how many people can the car fir in- small car for example suzuki swift etc. Cause I've checked on a few company, it seems like it can only fit in 4 adults?why is it so?Isn't it supposed to be 5 people in a car?Please advice.
      Thank You

      3 Answers Sep 24, 2013 at 2:42 AM
    • Travel from Launceston

      Launceston Aug 26, 2013 at 5:34 PM

      How can I travel from Launceston to Sheffield?

      8 Answers Aug 27, 2013 at 11:27 PM
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      Pubs & stuff

      Hobart Aug 8, 2013 at 5:36 PM

      What are the best pubs to visit in Hobart? Any that brew beer on the premises? Also, what is there to do in the middle of August? Cheers

      5 Answers Sep 7, 2013 at 4:03 AM
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      Strahan vs Mount wilderness

      Tasmania Jul 30, 2013 at 4:49 PM

      Hi,
      We plan to drive around Tasmania startiong from Hobart. One of the itinerary suggested by travel agent is stay 1 night in Strahan and 2 nights Mount Wilderness ( ? not sure the name, somewhe around the park)
      My husband think maybe better 2 days in Strahan instead, but I browsed about those places looks like more to do in Mount Wilderness.
      Anyone has any experiences? We'll travel around X'mast
      Big thanks as always

      4 Answers Aug 1, 2013 at 5:20 PM
    • Travel company

      Tasmania Jul 16, 2013 at 6:56 PM

      Thinking of booking Spirit of Tasmania through Travel With A Cause Inc, are they a reliable company?

      Thankyou....Carol

      1 Answer Jul 16, 2013 at 7:39 PM
    • How intrusive are quarantine searches

      State of Tasmania Jul 15, 2013 at 1:53 AM

      How intrusive are quarantine searches?

      3 Answers Aug 1, 2013 at 8:34 PM
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      Car Rental

      Hobart Jul 14, 2013 at 2:16 AM

      We are planning to fly to Hobart early August and planning to stay there for four nights. We plan to drive around Tasmania but do not know which car rental to use. Which is the recommended car company? Is it advisable to book the car online or book while in Hobart? Thanks

      4 Answers Jul 31, 2013 at 5:57 AM
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      Port Arthur After Dark pass

      State of Tasmania Jul 7, 2013 at 4:24 PM

      Hi,
      Does anyone know if the After Dark pass allows for late afternoon entrance to the site before it closes? I tried emailing the reservations department to ask, and no answer as of yet. We really want to do a ghost tour and see the site, but we have limited time and trying to get the most bag for our buck.

      Thanks!

      1 Answer Jul 9, 2013 at 2:37 AM
    • Driving holiday Tasmania

      Hobart Jun 16, 2013 at 9:25 PM

      We are a family of four - 2 kids aged 17 and 14 and are looking at touring Tassie in December. We were thinking of hiring a motorhome but are now considering hiring a car and booking accommodation. My question is: is it better to stay in a central location or locations and do day trips or are we better to drive to the next town and stay? Any itinerary suggestions would also be appreciated. Thanks in advance, Trisha

      7 Answers Jun 17, 2013 at 6:09 PM
    • Coles Bay & Wineglass bay activities

      Will be driving (2.5hr) from Richmond to Coles Bay first thing in morning. Plan to do the 3hr Kayak Paddle or Oyster Paddle. Any recommendation between the two? Also want to visit Wineglass Bay. Can we fit all these in 1 day and leave around 7pm because we have to drive 3,5hr to Sheffield to sleep there. Thank you very much.

      1 Answer Feb 25, 2013 at 10:12 PM
    • How to plan 1/2 day in Cradle Mountain

      Dear Fellow Travellers,

      Need advise on how to plan 1/2day in Cradle Mountain. Will be driving from AAA Granary in Sheffield first thing in morning. Can only spend 1/2 day due to flight out of Launceston at 6pm Can we pack in 1 more activity in Launceston before our flight? If so any recommendation?

      2 Answers Feb 25, 2013 at 10:09 PM
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      Where to Stay in Tasmania

      State of Tasmania Feb 23, 2013 at 6:12 AM

      Hello - I'm starting to plan a trip to Australia & New Zealand next year and I'm contemplating a month+ stay in Tasmania. I'm planning on a lot of cycling/hiking and wonder if anyone has any recommendations for which of the larger cities would be best to use as a base of operations. I'd like to see as much of the island as I can but also want to 'settle' in one place for a majority of the time. The main criteria I'm weighing are - 1) access to the most varied terrain..nice roads in the hills are a big plus, 2) the most economical place to stay for a month or two...thinking Hobart would be the most expensive?, 3) Spring or Fall? I'll be in NZ from Dec. - Feb. and from what I've read on this site I'm thinking march/april in Tasmania would be a better bet in terms of the weather than october/november. Am I correct in assuming this?

      I know these questions quite broad but I'd be quite grateful for any thoughts or suggestions. Cheers!

      7 Answers Feb 24, 2013 at 5:44 AM