Bicheno by the Bay
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Spacious fully equipped units.
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... fish and chip van for a lunch of calamari and scallops. Up the road from there were two spectacular landmarks called Tasmans arch and Devils kitchen, both similar to Albanys Gap, and with huge sea caves. After dropping our luggage at our beach house at White beach, which is absolutely gorgeous and has huge windows overlooking the sea with views that reach all the way to Mt Wellington, we drove across the peninsula to ...
... later). Arriving in Hobart at 3pm we returned Bertie; he had served us well but much happier to pick up our next hire vehicle, Annie. Made our way to Orford, nice littlesea-side town to eat our sandwiches before heading off to Swansea for a second look. Had a walk around very quiet, sleepy Swansea that was nice and took lots of photos. By the time we arrived at our next overnight destination, Col es Bay,Freycinet, we were ready for a cup of tea or something ...
... in the main downtown area, so I wondered around the nearby streets taking photos as well. The architecture is very European, so there are some lovely buildings.
The next thing on the to-do list was a visit to the MONA also known as the Museum of old and new art. I must say, it is the most unique museum I have ever seen. It was in this underground building that used to be some rich, eccentric guys house (I think). The grounds are vineyards, and there was ...
... and only 2 or 3 of the convicts ever escaped from the prison. Dogs would also be set on platforms in the ocean for those that would try to swim around The Neck.
We visited “The Officers Quarters” is a small museum explaining all of this information along with stories of that era before heading on a walk to the beach and the dog fence monument. Our final stop which was the Tessellated Pavement.
... us about 30 minutes through a lovely wooded area. We emerge at the bottom onto the beautiful beach. It has been voted one of the top ten beaches in the world, so it really is top notch. We are really lucky, as when we first arrive, we don't need to share it with another soul. Shoes straight off and onto the lovely sand. Emma and Dylan brave a paddle. It's actually not that cold; no cooler than the beaches on the Great Ocean Road. We remembered ...