James

James

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About me:

Love to travel..................

Living in:

Australia Tasmania, Australia

Joined:

February 2010

  • +3 rating

    economical family accomodation

    Hi Tricia, Maybe be a little late in my reply (new member here). I have been around Tassie a few times. I think the cabins could be the way to go for your family. Cheap and more comfortable than some ordinary motels. For ideas checkout www.tasmaniacabins.com.au you could also book the cabins individually at each of the cabin parks websites. Hope this helps. James over 9 years ago

  • +1 rating

    how far is it from Launceston to Hobart and how long does it take to drive

    Hi Don, I have done the drive a few times and I find it takes around 2hrs 30mins, but this includes a stop at Ross bakery for a great chunky beef pie. Mmmmmm There is plenty of travel distance times for travel between Tasmania towns at: http://www.tasmaniaholidaypackages.com.au/tasmania_driving_times.html Just keep in mind that 4 lane highways are rare in Tasmania. Cheers! over 9 years ago

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    I'm travelling to Tasmania in March 2010 with a friend and I really need some advice around where to go ?

    Hi, I have been travelling around TAS for quite a while now. So many place to see and so many things to do. 13 days is quite good as many people try to see Tassie in under 5 days. Quite a task considering the size of this island. For destinations maybe you could use an itinerary similar to one listed on www.tasmaniaholidaypackages.com.au These may be of help. Distances around TAS seem quite short but there is not many 4 lane highways here. Also it is great to stop in at the many little townships and relive the past. Cheers, James over 9 years ago