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I am the eldest daughter at 13 years of age in a family of 4, and we are going to live on an island off Tasmania in the middle of Bass Strait for 3 months. We are from central Queensland, and we are going to live on an island. In the middle of the Bass Strait. For 3 months. Geez my parents get some stupid ideas. Jokes. It is going to be incredibly awesome.
... out briefly! We stop at Cethana Road lookout, which gives us great views across the dam and lake, and valley below. Also nearby we spot another small echidna at the top of the hill – it’s amazingly close and not shy so we can watch this one for a while too! We continue on and stop once again on the road to Launceston, this time at the Mt. Round lookout, giving us great views over the mountain and quite a ...
... but we had a good chat once we got back to the car park. He was up from his home city of Hobart and was only doing this job as a fill in for his mate who had injured his leg whilst horseriding. He had been here two weeks and he had never skiied before either. I asked if he got dizzy doing the drive up and down all day but he said he didn't. We bid farewell and headed back down the mountain and back onto the highway to Launceston which was about a 40 minute drive away. ...
... village. Scallop pies in the bakery café in Ross are to die for. Other than that, Tasmania is as modern as anywhere else. Motel and hotel accommodation is of a high standard and puts similar accommodation at home to shame.
Landing at Launceston rather than going straight to Hobart meant a chance to see the north of Tasmania. Launceston (pronounced just as it's spelt rather than 'Launston’ as the Cornish say ...
... br> moving clouds, we then thought it was smoke and then, when we wound the window
down in the car, we discovered it was sea mist.
It was very eerie considering it was about 27 degrees at the time and a
beautiful sunny day. A local lady at the
Info Centre explained they do not get this very often and when they do it lasts
about 1.5 hours and then disappears. Certainly
something we have never witnessed before and my not ever again.