Travel Blogs from Mole Creek, Australia

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Fishburgers but  'sno  pasta, Bay of Fires to Cradle Mountain via Mole Creek, Tasmania, Australia travel blog

Fishburgers but 'sno pasta

A travel blog entry by dazzla

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... coast. During a pasta dinner (happy days!) we bumped in to some cricket fans that Rob knew. They told us about a campground at Mole Creek near Cradle Mountain where we could get a caravan for only 15 quid for the four of us. That's how we ended up ...

Tasmania With Jens And Si, Tasmania, Australia travel blog

Tasmania With Jens And Si

A travel blog entry by scrapiron

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After the festival and kipping in the car park at Cooees for free and sneaking in for free showers and food booked the tickets for the ferry to Tassie.Filled up Jens' beast with petrol as didnt think the scooby  van would make it round the hills of ...

test, Paper Beach, Australia travel blog

test

A travel blog entry by theb

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Snuggling with Tazzie Devils, Mole Creek, Australia travel blog

Snuggling with Tazzie Devils

A travel blog entry by hilivin

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... , we sang our whiskey Drinkin Song (www.TimCharron.com!!))  Heath number 2 works at Trowunna wildlife park just out of Mole Creek, which is a sanctuary and breeding place for Tazzie Devils, and lots of other Aussie natives, an amazing ...

Wildlife Wonders and Tasman food!, Tasmania, Australia travel blog

Wildlife Wonders and Tasman food!

A travel blog entry by nwillz

Nick - Today we drove to St. Helens and on the way made a stop at the local wildlife center at Ely's insistence. It turned out to be a lot better than we expected, mostly because we got to pet a lot of the animals.  The highlight was the Tasmanian ...

A devilish road trip - day 4, Mole Creek, Australia travel blog

A devilish road trip - day 4

A travel blog entry by tom_s

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... ! We got the van towed to Mole Creek's service station and had to kill time until a new starter motor arrived... In a nutshell: Mole Creek has 213 inhabitants and there is nothing to do. 8 hours later we escaped to Latrobe. Who is who? See above ...

Wwoofing in Elvenhome, Weegena, Australia travel blog

Wwoofing in Elvenhome

A travel blog entry by sashadasha

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... on SPF 60, our sun-brimmed hats, and oodles of tropical Bushman repellant. Even though Dasha loved the 30+ degree weather in mainland Australia, it was time for a change of seasons. Where else to go where the rest of Aus was smothering with a heat wave? ...

Day 2 - Tasmania, Mole Creek, Australia travel blog

Day 2 - Tasmania

A travel blog entry by travelledkiwi

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After a good first day which was spent at the pub, we all jumped into the car and head west to Mole Creek, and had a little look around the glow worm caves and stalagmite and ...

Exploring the Western Tiers, Mole Creek, Australia travel blog

Exploring the Western Tiers

A travel blog entry by glennlouisefitz

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... of their harvest which is what we expected to see.     Today we headed west through Westbury and Deloraine to Mole Creek and the Marakoopa Cave. Mole Creek is a picturesque little village situated between two giant mountain ranges, the Great ...

Wildlife, cliffs and the Tiers, Mole Creek, Australia travel blog

Wildlife, cliffs and the Tiers

A travel blog entry by waymez

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... was once again glad I had done the walk and even said I would do it again (next time that is). We headed back to the Mole Creek Holiday Village situated not too far from the wildlife park. There was no one at reception but we rang the bell and were ...

Bees, triplets, and scenery., Chudleigh, Australia travel blog

Bees, triplets, and scenery.

A travel blog entry by mactracks

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The road to Chudleigh was one of the prettiest we have been on so far. We went through brilliantly green fields, along narrow roads lined with hedgerows, and through lovely little towns. Chudleigh is one of those towns you feel good to be in. The streets ...

Feb 27, 2014, Devils Gullet, Australia travel blog

Feb 27, 2014

A travel blog entry by fbauer

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Mole Creek, Mole Creek, Australia travel blog

Mole Creek

A travel blog entry by izzie

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Im 3ten Anlauf..., Mole Creek, Australia travel blog

Im 3ten Anlauf...

A travel blog entry by rahelundpeter

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... den Scheinwerfer oder Tiere huschen über die Strasse... In langsamer Fahrt erreichen wir schliesslich den erstbesten Campingplatz in Mole Creek, wo wir den stellvertretenden Host leider nicht antreffen und uns der Zugang zur Dusche somit verwehrt ...

Day 17 -  Off to Cradle Mountain, Cradle Mountain, Australia travel blog

Day 17 - Off to Cradle Mountain

A travel blog entry by tassieoldfields

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After having some breakfast in our favourite Swiss Bakery (found in the Swiss Village next to our Grindelwald hotel) we headed West to Cradle Mountain.  Must say, we are becoming quite the masters at packing by now.  The car has more and more ...

Mole Creek, Mole Creek, Australia travel blog

Mole Creek

A travel blog entry by rayw90

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We have spent three days in a remote country cottage 2 miles outside Mole Creek which itself consists of just a few houses. A perfect place to recharge our batteries and look out for the local wildlife. There were Wedge Tailed Eagles flying over the ...

Sheffield to Mole Creek, Mole Creek, Australia travel blog

Sheffield to Mole Creek

A travel blog entry by jacbox

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... painted – they are to be judged on Saturday! … and for a gold coin donation we got to vote for the people's choice!!!  Very interesting. We then travelled to Marakoopa Caves (near Mole Creek) in the Mole Creek Karst National ...

Resti  kaj WWOOF, western creek, Australia travel blog

Resti kaj WWOOF

A travel blog entry by kara12345

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Dum la 1 semajno ni restis en Westen Creek,  por spertigi WWOOF-adon  en Tazimania, nia gasto s-ino Sandra, bonkore akceptis nin. Kune kuiris diversajn mangxajxojn ecx Korea, estas tre trankvila vilagxo kaj izolita de urbo. cxirkaux loko ...

Moving on..., Mole Creek, Australia travel blog

Moving on...

A travel blog entry by nomadicdaze

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... , glow worm displays and cathedral caverns. The best known of these are King Solomon's and Marakoopa show caves. Did a small walk at Mole Creek Karst National Park,then stopped at The Alum Cliffs & did a short trek to look at that.Camped the night ...

Three days camping and book shopping in Mole Creek, Mole Creek, Australia travel blog

Three days camping and book shopping in Mole Creek

A travel blog entry by penguinhunter

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... the Tuesday morning it had been very windy in Hobart and raining. My friend and I had planned a two night camping trip in Mole Creek, riding up through the Central Highlands of Tasmania along the eastern side of the lakes. I was sure the weather would ...

Exploring Mole Creek, Mole Creek, Australia travel blog

Exploring Mole Creek

A travel blog entry by amynp

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... were huge and a variety of colours. After another 45min in the dark touring cave it was time to leave. I would strongly recommend Mole Creek Caving to anyone who can get there. Seeing we had finished earlier then anticipated we decided to head back to a ...

Caving at Mole Creek, Mole Creek Karst National Park, Australia travel blog

Caving at Mole Creek

A travel blog entry by garrett4

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... car park. So we got tickets for the 2pm tour and headed back out on the road to kill time. We had a picnic lunch at freezing Mole Creek and then went to the Honey farm at Chudleigh. This was great - it had honey tastings and they all sorts of honey, even ...

Gluttony, Mole Creek, Australia travel blog

Gluttony

A travel blog entry by iszichew

The 4th of March saw us make our way from Launceston to the little town of Mole Creek. On our way to Mole Creek we gave ourselves another dose of Australian and general wildlife by spending a few hours at Tasmania Zoo. Here we finally saw some authentic ...

Kerst ver van huis, Caveside, Australia travel blog

Kerst ver van huis

A travel blog entry by whvanderpost

24-12-08: Via Ulverton, voor een wijntje als presentje voor Ken & Anne en om even naar een kapper te gaan waar je dus voor (omgerekend) 8 euro gewassen en geknipt wordt (wat wederom ondenkbaar is in Nederland) heel rustig aan naar Caveside gereden. ...

The Walls Of Jerusalem, The walls of jerusalem, Australia travel blog

The Walls Of Jerusalem

A travel blog entry by whvanderpost

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19-12-08: The Walls of J is een National Park wat vrij remote gelegen is, via een lange gravel track kwam ik aan bij de start van het park. Tot mijn verbazing stonden er al 5 of 6 wagens op de parkeerplaats, ook gewone sedans. De ranger had gezegd dat ...

Raspberries, Glow-worms and a Lot ofHedge Mazes., Mole Creek, Australia travel blog

Raspberries, Glow-worms and a Lot ofHedge Mazes.

A travel blog entry by johnmcfeely

... regularly. By the time we had finished lunch, the rain had thankfully eased off, and we were back on the road again. Next stop - Mole Creek Caves. The Mole Creek Caves offered a selection of different cave tours, each offering different wonders to behold. ...

With Han in Tasmania, Tasmania, Australia travel blog

With Han in Tasmania

A travel blog entry by kimtp

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... cousin Debbie and her husband drove down from Hobart to have dinner with us at St Imre's vineyard, practically the most southern in Australia. Their pinot noir wine is tops and Kat's cooking (by prior arrangement) delicious. A good night was had by all, ...

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