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22 -23 Oct 14 - Gravelly Point to George Town to Low Head
From Gravelly Point we headed down the West Tamar to Launceston Post Office where we picked up the kitchen tap that we had ordered in. A few days earlier the hose had burst.
We didn't spend any time in Launceston as we will be back later to spend more time there.
Headings up the East Tamar ...
... the world.
We did the tour of Marakoopa cave and were led by Teresa our guide down into the lower chamber with little underground rivers and glow worms! We also saw some Tasmanian cave spiders and crickets, apparently the spiders can grow as big as dinner plates! It was great and Teresa was really informative. We then did a private tour of King Solomons cave (as we were the only ones on it) ...
... is a walking track to the falls (10 minutes apparently :P ), so we set off to the base of the falls. The track is good and flat although it declines the whole way down so once again, I found myself imagining the walk back to the car park. There is one 25 metre section that a sign points out as a possible landslip section and you are advised not to stop. The section is reinforced and I wondered how they discovered this risk. When I say slip risk, I ...
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 ...
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 ...