Hamlet Downs Country Accommodation
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... get us through to Ross. It was a rather nerve-wracking drive to Campbelltown with a lot of motorists impatient to get to the east coast. Thankfully, after Campbelltown, the traffic had thinned and it was a much more relaxing drive through to Ross. The drive into Ross from the highway was pretty as the trees lining the road had a yellow tinge to their leaves and the grass beside the road was peppered with bright yellow blooms - see photo. We checked out the display in the grounds of ...
... am supposed to go to a PDA system training before working tonight and that she forgot to put it on our schedules, so I went and did that and then worked my 6-10 shift. The first half of my night was kinda crazy because it was just me for PDS with around 13 loud and hyper kids. They must have all gotten ice cream and candy in Hobart before being passed off on me.
Alexa* and Leah* joined me for the second half which worked a lot ...
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 ...
... My last couple of days were spent exploring the city centre, from the old buildings in the Battery Point area, to the Royal Botanical Gardens of Tasmania. Hobart doesn't really have enough to offer the traveller for several days, if I was to visit again, I would definitely hire a car for a few days and take off to the several national parks in this state, and explore a lot more of the inner beauty of the place, as in this first visit, I hadn't even scratched the ...
... back to the 1800s when the convict women were brought over to Tasmania. They involved the audience in the drama and the woman seem to know everyone's names (scott was impressed at this!). During the drama we went over to the female factory and whilst there we saw a metal version of the 'rajah' quilt that the women convicts made whilst they were sailing over here! Overall, it was a really practical and engaging way to learn ...