Stewarts Bay Lodge
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- Tennis Court
- Breakfast Available
- Refrigerator in room
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pity the restaraunt was closed as it has a great view over the bay
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A lovely start to our Tassie getaway today! After smooth and uneventful flights we landed in Hobart in the early afternoon. After picking up our (very big...) car we made a beeline for Salamanca Place and Bruny Island Cheese! A gorgeous cheese platter ... and now we are on holiday! Driving to the Tasman Peninsula we stopped off at the Tessellated …
Had another cruise this morning. It had it all, humpback whales, common dolphins about 50 bottlenose dolphins, albatross. Sea Eagle huge nests were spotted high up in the gum trees. They usually have 2 nests. Amazing 300m high Jurassic Dolerite sea cliff. The highest vertical sea cliffs in the southern hemisphere. We explored slender Dolermite spires and sea stacks such as Candlestick, the Totum ...
Today We Headed further south to the Tasmin Peninsula. We passed a lot of amazing viewpoints on our way south and stopped as much as we could. Lots of lagoons, inlets and bays. At the beginning of the peninsula we stopped at Eaglehawk neck to see Pirate Bay, The Jetty, A Blowhole, Devil's Kitchen and the Tasmin Arch (Most of which are just cool rock formations made by the waves). Then we hopped back into the car to make our way to our campground. ...
... with a guide who gave us the basic history of the people and its past. The buildings were wonderful, so much history. The gardens were beautiful.We went on a short trip around the harbour to see the Isle of the Dead, where all were buried, and the Point Puer Boys' prison. We continued around the coast, driving down to see the southern cliffs, and other small communities as we did a loop back to ...
... us to see the scattered islands on the far horizon, the only obstacle between Tasmania and Antarctica.
After this we had more foodie stops. Lunch was at the island's tavern and even though in an unfamiliar crowd we still shared all our meals as we always do, passing plates around so no one suffered from food envy.
Next stop was the nearby Bruny Island Cheese Company which housed a variety of delicious cheeses, merchandise and more. We sampled many ...