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Tasmanian Motels

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Airport Hotels Tasmania

Staying close to the airport can take the stress out of departures, and provide a quick, convenient welcome when you arrive in Tasmania. Compare these airport hotel options from leading booking sites.

Devonport Accommodation

Devonport city is a busy port for Tasmania's agricultural and industrial exports, as well as the vehicular Ferry that crosses from the mainland. The TT-Line operates two car and passenger ferries between Melbourne and Devonport - making Devonport a major entry point to Tasmania. Local Council: Devonport City Council Port of Devonport Devonport Airport… See more

Geeveston, 7116, Tasmania, Australia

Geeveston Geeveston, in the Huon Valley, is approximately 6o km south west of Hobart on the Huon Highway. It s the gateway to the Hartz Mountains National Park . The Tasmanian Forest Festival is held in the picturesque Heritage Park, in the heart of Geeveston… See more

Hotels in Tasmania with Free Wi-Fi Wireless Internet Access

Sometimes it seems like Internet access has replaced movies and the minibar as the unplanned extra cost of staying in hotels. As frequent travellers, the availability and cost of internet access is one of the deciding factors when we book a hotel. These are Tasmanian hotels which were offering free WI-FI access when we added… See more

Huonville, 7109, Tasmania, Australia

Huonville is the centre of the Huon Valley apple-producing district of the Huon Valley. See Huon Valley cabins, cottage and retreat accommodation Tasmania Postcode: 7109 Local Council: Huon Valley Council Huonville High School… See more

New Norfolk, 7140, Tasmania, Australia

The town of New Norfolk is approximately 35 kilometres north west of Hobart, along the River Derwent and the Lyell Highway. The town gets its name from the pioneers who were resettled here from Norfolk Island in 1807/1808. The chief industries of the area are paper manufacturing and the production of hops. The Derwent Valley… See more

Port Sorell, 7307 Tasmania, Australia

Port Sorell is a popular holiday spot on the north-west coast of Tasmania, just off Bass Strait. It is 20 km east of Devonport. Latrobe Council the Latrobe Municipality includes the townships of Latrobe, Port Sorell, Shearwater, Hawley, Wesley Vale, Sassafras, Moriarty and Tarleton. Henley-on-Mersey is Latrobe's celebration of Australia Day (26th January) each year… See more

Queenstown, 7467, Tasmania, Australia

Queenstown is on Tasmania's mid west coast. Surrounded by steep mountains, Queenstown remains an important silver, copper and gold mining site. The town itself remains historic, and retains its old-fashioned flavour. For local information, see West Coast Council. (Looking for Queenstown New Zealand?)… See more

Richmond, 7025, Tasmania, Australia

Richmond is in the Coal River Valley, 24 kilometres/15 miles east of Hobart along the B31. Richmond was an important military staging post and convict station linking Hobart with Port Arthur, and is now a classified historic town famous for its Georgian architecture. These days, you'll find galleries, teashops, craft boutiques and museums in the… See more

Ross, 7209, Tasmania, Australia

Ross is 117 km north of Hobart and 78 km south of Launceston, on the Macquarie River, near but not on the Midland Highway. Ross is a convict-built stone village and The Ross Bridge was constructed from sandstone by convict labour in 1836; it is the third oldest bridge still in use in Australia. The… See more

Sheffield, 7306, Tasmania, Australia

Sheffield is located around 30 kilometres south of Devonport, at the foot of Mount Roland. The main industry of the town in farming, and it boasts of beautiful scenery. Sheffield is also renowned as Australia's Town of Murals. Since the first mural was started in 1986, more than 40 others have followed. Mural Fest sees… See more

Stanley, 7331, Tasmania, Australia

The village of Stanley is located under the 152 metre high outcrop of The Nut (a plug of an extinct volcano) on a peninsula that juts into Bass Strait in the far north-west of Tasmania. It was set up as the original site of the merino wool industry of the Van Diemen's Land Company in… See more

Strahan, 7468, Tasmania, Australia

This picturesque historic west coast fishing village is the perfect base for exploring Tasmania's wilderness, with Gordon River Cruises and West Coast Wilderness Railway right at your doorstep. Strahan is the departure point for cruises to the Franklin-Gordon Wild Rivers National Park… See more

Swansea, 7190, Tasmania, Australia

Swansea is a small town on the shores of Great Oyster Bay, in the centre of Tasmania's east coast. It is notable for its historic features such as 19th century council chambers as well as for its wool and wine outlets. Find local information on the Glamorgan Spring Bay Council site… See more

Ulverstone/Penguin, 7315/7316, Tasmania, Australia

Ulverstone is 19 kilometres west of Devonport, near the mouth of the Leven River. The area's main industries are tourism, dairying, carpentry and farming. Nearby Penguin is based between Ulverstone and Burnie, on the Bass Highway. It is named for the Fairy Penguins rookeries that dot along its coastline… See more

Wynyard, 7325, Tasmania, Australia

The town of Wynyard is at the mouth of the Inglis River, west of Burnie. It is part of the prosperous dairying and mixed-farming district of Waratah-Wynyard, and is also home to the area's airport. Bloomin Tulips Festival is an annual festival that celebrates the spring flowering of tulips in the area… See more

Zeehan, 7469, Tasmania, Australia

The small town of Zeehan is located approximately 36 kilometres north west of Queenstown. It is a National Trust classified historic town, and at the turn of the 19th century was a prosperous mining town… See more