Bicheno by the Bay
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Spacious fully equipped units.
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First up after a delicious breakfast of local fare we walked in the Cataract Gorge, enjoying the scenery in spite of a bit of drizzle. Saw reference to the extinct Tasmanian tiger - glad not to come across a live one! Gorgeous rhodonden displays, but these were eclipsed by the peacocks strutting their stuff for plenty of photo opps. Drove via …
... we got to the National Park, sun was setting. We were the only car there so we just kept driving. There was a lot of wildlife in he park. Parrots and kangaroos, wallabies and the pantemelons. But we didn't see any wombat. When we got a little scared that we had driven to a car free zone. We were in a little hurry to turn back as we were losing light and the place clearly had no road lamps or reflectors. Then, Kelvin spotted a WOMBAT! Yes, a fat ...
... know we were taking over the lounge and kitchenette. It was a very successful dinner, the first time the whole group had eaten together and a lot of bonding and storytelling went on. At least half the group don't drink alcohol and others are very conscious of what they eat, but there was something for everyone. Most pitched in to clean up the dishes while Jason and I squished the leftovers in our little ...
On one of marked corners we found Janine giving her bike a rest on it's side. Jake and Glen stopped to give her a hand while I kept going, just so I could gain some ground on the boys and 5 minutes along the track I met Nieve, waiting for Janine to catch up. The boys brought out their jelly beans, fixed her bent bars and a few other bits before the sweep guys caught up. Nieve and I had a great chat and we discovered ...
... t take us long to find the Big 4 Cabin Park but we were still a little early to book in so with a map in hand, we headed into the centre of the small town and parked next to the IGA supermarket.
Having eaten our sandwiches in the car, we walked across the road and sat down in a coffee shop. While waiting for our order, we got into conversation with the friendly couple at the next table who were also waiting for their coffee to arrive. They live in Smithton ...