Scott Woodhouse

Scott Woodhouse

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    What are the best nightclubs in Hobart?

    Here's my top picks (from the perspective of someone who likes good electronic music). 1. Halo - Big soundsystem with quality DJs (Breakbeat, drum and bass, tech house, fidget house) 2. Mobius - Intimate underground venue, again with quality DJs (Hop hop, funk, breaks, glitch, dubstep) 3. Syrup - Big soundsystem with a mix of quality underground and mainstream / Ministry of Sound-type DJs (House, electro, tech) 4. Proller - Bar / club hybrid with small soundsystem, but still a cracking dancefloor (House, tech, funk, electro) over 8 years ago

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    What are things I can not miss while in Tassie this summer?

    If I were you guys I'd definitely fit in a whitewater rafting trip down the Franklin River. Located in the Franklin-Gordon Wild Rivers National Park, the river cuts through spectacular World Heritage wilderness, and is a truly iconic Tasmanian adventure - our little Grand Canyon. You can do 5, 7 or 10 day trips (I said it was epic). Check out these guys as a start - http://www.franklinrivertasmania.com/html/home.html. I'd also get to the Falls Festival in Marion Bay. Heaps of amazing music over a couple of days. I believe Moby is in the lineup this year - http://www.fallsfestival.com.au/#home-marionbay Hobart is an incredibly cool place to hang out during summer. Lots of amazing food, art, performance, dance parties, bands etc happening around the waterfront....Best time to be around is from 28 Dec - 3 Jan, during the Taste Festival - http://www.tastefestival.com.au/ over 8 years ago

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    Good camping sites in Tasmania?

    There's a great camp site at Mole Creek, which is close to the Mersey River, and has some good nearby walks and caving. It's under $20 per night for tent sties, fires are permitted, and you can get good pub meals down the road. http://www.australianexplorer.com/campsites/9038069/profile.htm about 9 years ago

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    Where are the best serviced apartments to stay at in Melbourne?

    Definitely check out Punt Hill (http://www.punthill.com.au/) - I've stayed with them a couple of times and had positive experiences. Affordable, well-serviced and comfortable. Also, they're well situated, with a number of good locations around Melbourne: City: - Flinders Lane, City Centre - Little Bourke, City Centre - Manhattan, City Centre Inner Suburbs: - The Stanton, St Kilda Road - South Yarra, Davis Avenue & Punt Road Suburbs: - Essendon Grand - Burwood - Williamstown - Knox about 9 years ago

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    I have one week to stay in Melbourne. What should I do/visit?

    One of my absolute favourite things in Melbourne is Moonlight Cinema in the Royal Botanic Gardens. It's a great place to take your GF / BF, with spectacular cityscape views of Melbourne. Unfortunately, it only runs from December 11 - March 15, so you need to be around in Summer. Enter via Gate D, Birdwood Ave: http://maps.google.com/maps?f=q&hl=en&q=Birdwood+Avenue%2C+Melbourne%2C+Australia Gates open at 7pm, screening at sundown (approx 8:30pm). Here's their website: http://www.moonlight.com.au/ about 9 years ago

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    Which Indian Restaraunt is the best?

    Magic Curries in Battery Point is clear winner in my opinion - find it at 41 Hampden Rd. I'd say their food is more spicy and authentically flavoured than anywhere else I've been in Hobart - and it's modestly priced. Great location, and service is always on point. http://maps.google.com/maps?f=q&source=s_q&hl=en&geocode=&q=magic+curries,+hobart,+tasmania&sll=41.781928,-87.509373&sspn=0.67792,1.138458&ie=UTF8&z=15&iwloc=A about 9 years ago

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    Any things that I shouldn't miss in New York City?

    As a start, look here: http://travellr.com/questions/united-states/72/what-is-a-must-do-in-manhattan over 9 years ago

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    Whats there to do in Launy these days, have not lived there for years, any nice wine bars or trendy restaurants?

    I'd check out both Stillwater River Cafe and Peppers Hotel - both on the Tamar waterfront. If you're looking for something new, this recently-developed waterfront area would definitely be my pick! over 9 years ago