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... Point wharf, back over Batman Bridge (which doesn't live up to its name, mind you) and south along the eastern bank back to Launceston. Surprisingly quite a few of the vineyards were closed, we could only assume it was because of low tourist season.
Upon return we checked into Windmill Hill Lodge, a quaint little B&B. What it lacked in heating it made up for in style. The walls were lined in forest green & deep ...
... recent rain was evident – the river was flowing quite quickly. The walk was about 40 minutes return, it was getting dark by the time we got back to the car, however when we drove out of the valley it was still quite light.
A few stops a some lookouts and an hour later we arrived at Hadspen. The caravan park is right beside an IGA so it was BBQ chicken for dinner.
Tomorrow it’s off to see Seahorses and Platypus in the Tamar ...
... I headed to the park. I found my new friends for the evening who were lovely and very generous with their home grown/ cooked food. They were all keen to chat with me and I got lots of tips from these experienced bush walkers for my trip. The concert was amazing. I do love a bit of classical music and even more so outdoors with good food and wine! Katerina Nazarova, a Tasmanian born violinist played exquisitely. Guy Noble was a very ...
... I think we got a complimentary taste of a couple of extra reserve wines. Though we split most of the tastings, we had had our fill of wine for the afternoon and headed into Launceston (only 15 minutes from the last winery) to check in at our historic hotel. This inn was the site of the agreement between two men, living in Launceston at the time, to start a new settlement on the mainland of Australia--Melbourne. Completely random fact, but kind of ...
... the ski season it gets pretty busy. The car park was full of vehicles as the season had just started.
Once out of the bus, we realized how slippery it was - and how cold. We were rugged up warm with our gloves and jackets but once again - the snow boots I had bought in Perth especially for this trip, were back in our room as we didn't plan to be coming here today. Any slushy melted snow was freezing over again and this made the terrain like walking on a slippery ...
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