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... off toward Derby.
Once again the scenery was just magic. This has to be one of the prettiest valleys to travel with its rolling green hills and winding roads with little surprises along the way. Again, times need to be extended when driving around Tasmania as, apart from the few major highways, the roads wind there way through hills and mountains which reduces speed and makes driving even short distances take longer than expected. And patience ...
Week 5 – 5/3/13 to
12/3/13 – St Helens, Bay of Fires etc….
St Helens is at the northern end of the east coast and is the
Game Fishing capital of Tasmania. It's a
lovely seaside town that has everything you need and it’s also the gateway to
the Bay of Fires, which is well known to travellers.
There are a lot of beach camping spots along the Bay of Fires
to choose from so we dropped the ...
... ready to cook and much more. After this visit we went to Stillwater - one of the best restaurants in Tasmania. They had a wonderful herb garden - small but looked great and was very useful. In the afternoon we went and checked the sites for the conference. Richard is catering for the conference both Friday and Saturday night. It was a with many visits and great input - I really enjoyed sharing ideas with ...
26/2/13 to 5/3/13 – Scottsdale, Derby, Bridport, Georgetown ...
Most of the locals we have spoken to have been very friendly and helpful. We've found that the Tasmanians don’t take themselves too seriously, and while they are not "slow" they are very laid back and not in a hurry. They take the Pi** out of themselves. They sell two headed souvenirs saying “Two Heads are Better than One” and they will tell you ...
... s beach across the Great Oyster Bay. The only sad news was that it was so hot and windy I was not able to walk up to the Wineglass Bay lookout to look down on Wineglass Bay. Instead we went up to the Cape Tourville lighthouse boardwalk and looked across to Wineglass Bay. Having left there we travelled back via Ross where the bridge is famous for having a large number of carvings completed by ...