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... illegally into Tasmania that had some frogs in them. The frogs got into the water and have spread a disease that mainland platypus are immune to. They are working with the uni in helping to find a cure. The platypus were quite active, and the guide gave them some food, so we could see how they eat their food. They have 4 platypus and licences for 6 in total. They are currently looking for a girlfriend for their boy Thor who killed his ...
... took this life's lesson pretty well concluding by himself that "they broke the rules which is not good behaviour". We imagine that lesson will need teaching again and again in the little people's lives.
Super yummy fish 'n' chips for dinner down by the waterfront, which was thoroughly enjoyed by all.
Our last night in Lonnie tonight as we set off to explore the East coast and Freycinet National park ...
... east towards Scottsdale and Legerwood. Just out of Scottsdale is Bridestowe Estate, which is a 260 acre lavender farm, we had a lovely Devonshire tea with lavender scones and Louise brought some lavender products. Then we set off we again to continue our journey east.
Next stop was Legerwood. Legerwood is the home to the amazing avenue of memorial tree carvings. The families ...
... and then taken on a tour around the outside of the plant. We saw the massive towers, and the boiling room. Then we went up to the roof, which was really cool be because we could see for miles around. We left the power station and went for lunch at a hotel, where we had a buffet. We then drove up to a temple on a mountain, and on the way we saw army ...
... north to check out the Redbill Point Conservation Area first. This was just a small park on a peninsula. There was a really nice beach we walked to. Mostly we just enjoyed the warmth of the sun. We hung out there for about a half hour and then started our trip south.
About half along our route today we stopped at Brady’s Lookout. This is a scenic little park named after the convict Mathew Brady. Matthew Brady (1799 – 4 May 1826) ...