Accommodation Special Offers
We have been able to negotiate some special accommodation offers at three hotels for the Symposium, however it is your responsibility to arrange bookings according to terms and conditions with the various properties. Please note any special conditions or Codes you need to use when booking.
The Old Woolstore Apartment Hotel, 1 Macquarie Street, Hobart
“For those seeking accommodation in Hobart, The Old Woolstore Apartment Hotel are offering discounted rates in association with the MAANZ Event, subject to availability at time of booking – please contact them directly quoting “MAANZ – The Mosaic Association of Australia & New Zealand”, 17-21 August 2017”. For bookings phone the Reservations Team on 1800 814 676 or email email@example.com. Further information is available on their website www.oldwoolstore.com.au”
Best Western, 156 Bathurst Street
On offer a discounted rate of $129 per room with a discounted breakfast of $18.00 per person
To book please to email firstname.lastname@example.org
All bookings will need to be made direct and they must quote “MAANZ”
Travelodge Hotel Hobart
Guest Room @ $115.00 per room per night
Breakfast @ $16 per person
The rates and allocation are subject to availability at the time of booking.
Travelodge Hotel Hobart is centrally located in the heart of the business district and close to many dining spots. The charming dining and shopping spots of Battery Point, Salamanca Place, Constitution Dock and the waterfront are just a relaxed stroll away.
The hotel is also a great base from which to explore attractions such as: the Royal Tasmanian Botanical Gardens, the Tasmanian Museum and Art Gallery and the ever intriguing Museum of Old and New Art. The hotel offers 131 rooms, including queen and executive rooms that boast a kitchenette, perfect to make your stay as comfortable as possible.
For corporate travellers and convention delegates, key businesses are all within close proximity to the hotel and easily accessible by public transport.
Travelodge Hotel Hobart is one of the best-placed Hobart hotels for the smart traveller who appreciates great locations and even greater value.
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Booking terms and conditions:
- Your booking must be cancelled by 2pm the day before arrival to avoid a cancellation fee, which is equal to your first nights accommodation charge.
- Your credit card will not be charged at time of booking. It is to hold your reservation only. A valid credit card must be used on arrival.
- Children under 12 stay free using existing bedding. Additional bedding is available upon request and subject to an additional fee. Please contact the hotel for further information.
There is plenty of other accommodation available within close walking distance of the symposium venue. Some places you may want to try that are directly on the Hobart waterfront include
- Customs House Hotel
- Grand Chancellor Hobart
- Henry Jones Art Hotel
- Salamanca Inn
- Somerset on the Pier
A little further away but still in walking distance you may want to try:
Now is the time to start planning your trip if you want to do some add on travel. That time in Tasmania is a key time to visit the Central Highlands and hopefully see some snow. Here are some potential “themed” tours.
First for the bushwalkers amongst you – by then the Three Capes Track will be open. It has been hailed as the new “must do” along with Maria Island Walk, Bay of Fires Walk, Wineglass Bay at Freycinet National Park and the Overland Track that goes from Cradle Mountain to Lake St Clair.
- Parks website; www.parks.tas.gov.au
- Bay of Fires Walk www.bayoffires.com.au
- Maria Island Walks www.mariaisland.com.au
And for the more gourmet of you; let’s try a Food and Wine Tour (maybe both?).
The East Coast will deliver oysters, olives, and walnuts – a number of great vineyards, Freycinet Vineyard, Milton Vineyard, and Springvale to name a few!
Bruny Island will give you fine food often featured on the Gourmet Farmer, including the famous Bruny Island Cheese. The Tamar Valley in the North is famous for it’s wine again, apples, yoghurt and is a tour in its own right.