Hamlet Downs Country Accommodation
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... trying to set up camp was a little difficult. We choose a flat spot in the shade about 60 metres from the rivers edge but unfortunately the ground was as ***********crete and we couldn’t get any pegs in. The boys and I had everything set – mats down, kitchen open, water and gas connected but we had to pack it all up and move the camper several times before we could peg down the tent.
Finally all organised Ryan and Daniel headed over to ...
Best brewery experience ever, awesome ales and ciders, great atmosphere amongst the cows, free tastings, great stories... well worth a look if ever in this area. Only open Fridays and Sundays tho! Bushy Park grows 60% of Australia's hops, crazy because driving through, blink and you'll miss ...
... their smoked meats and fish. Armed with a lolly stick, Darryl delighted his palette with a selection of trout, sardines, salmon and wallaby. I can vouch that their chutneys were flavoursome and I am sure that their collection of wines and whiskies would be as well. Probably a good way to the warm the cockles as it looks like it is going to be a cold couple of days coming ...
... of Mures on the harbour. It came served in an old fashioned basket with newspaper, and although it was the best fish and chips that I had tasted in Aus, it did not quite match up to the fish and chips back home. The rain was pelting it down now, as it had done for most of my time in Tasmania, and it left me wondering how this place is statistically the second driest capital city in Australia, behind Adelaide. I ...
We got to the Tasman Devil centre stopping off to see how much it would cost. After finding out it would be $33 per person we decided against it and carried onto Port Arthur. It was late when we got there, around 3.30pm, we hummed and hah-ed whether or not to go in or not. We were told we could pay a twilight fee of $18 so decided to go in and take a look around!! The site was huge with other adjunct tours you could also pay to go on such as ...