Bicheno by the Bay
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Spacious fully equipped units.
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... the national park. Of course sightseeing on a rainy day is not really enjoyable but it would be worse to hike. Hobart is quite small, so it didn’t take us long to see the most important places. The highlight of the day was a tour on a ship of the seashepherds. One guy of the crew showed us around and had some interesting stories to tell about fighting against whaling in Antarctica and some others about their latest campaigns – really ...
... baby joey appeared from its pouch! It was a very big joey and I think it woke up because I was there and wanted to say hello, but it didn't stay around for long before it went back for a nap. Another wow moment, I was getting very tired from being so excited!
The grown-up and me left the wallaby to go back to its home and we climbed the many steps from the beach back to the top of the hill. It was very hard work, but lots ...
From St Helens we drove to Freycinet National Park to see Wineglass Bay which had been recommended by everyone we spoke to. We were not disappointed! We decided to do a half day hike through the national park which was definitely worth it. The views were spectacular and I'm not sure that the pictures do it justice.
We continued onwards to Richmond which is the smallest village we have been to so far. With a handful of locals, very few shops, a ...
... and it was a further 90 minute walk to the beach (and there's the coming back up!). So we made do with the view, which was amazing. I noticed two yachts tucked up in one of the bay's postcard like coves and thought, 'Now that's the way to go!'
We got back to Keith who was dealing with some over-friendly wallabies and troublesome internet connection, but he had found a booking agent for accommodation in Coles Bay, a pretty little place just 10 minutes away. ...
... on the rocks and admired the view. The coastal scenery with the lovely orange rocks was fantastic. Whilst sat there we saw some big crabs come creeping out of a rock pool. After a while more and more people arrived making loads of noise and ruining the ambience. Why do people have to be so noisy in such beautiful places?? People don't half get on our nerves! We then went to find the camp ground and it was lovely and right on a ...