Hotels and Accommodation in Hobart, Richmond, New Norfolk and the Huon Valley
The greater Hobart area is surprisingly large, stretching along the banks of the Derwent Estuary for about 30 Kms, from Kingston and Blackmans Bay in the south, to Bridgewater in the north. New Norfolk is about a 20 minute, very scenic drive to the north of the city, while the historic township of Richmond is over the Tasman Bridge and in the Coal River Valley, near the Hobart Airport. The Huon Valley is further to the south, and is accessed by way of the Southern Outlet, which climbs over the hills to enter the Huon Valley, Huonville and Geeveston via Kingston.
Hobart Hotels and Accommodation
While Hobart has grown up around Salamanca Place and the Port Area, where it was first settled in 1803, the city now spreads over a wide area, with each location offering its own special style.
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Richmond Hotels and Accommodation
Much of Richmond has been preserved in its original condition and it is like taking a stroll back to the 1800's walking down the Main Street. The craft shops, galleries, tea rooms and restaurants are an interesting mix of old buildings and creative renovations. Staying in one of the original Colonial Richmond Cottages of the village takes you back to the days of the early colony, while providing all the amenities of today.
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New Norfolk Hotels and Accommodation
New Norfolk sites about 30 minutes easy drive to the north of Hobart, and is a very picturesque area of Tasmania. Staying out in the Derwent Valley is an experience in local living. A great example of the accommodation of the valley is Tynwald Willow Bend Estate New Norfolk, and staying here will put you in easy driving distance of the Mt Field National Park and Russell Falls.
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Huon Valley Hotels and Accommodation
A hundred years ago, the Huon Valley epitomized the apple growing that gave Tasmania the nickname "The Apple Isle". the industry went into a slump when it major European markets dried up in the late 1900's, but today the region is one of mixed farming, great scenery and a chance to access the natural side of Tasmania relatively close to Hobart.
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