Beauty Point Cottages B&B
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Out for a walk and to get some breakfast. A little cool today and MG has noticed I'm the only person out in shorts & T-shirt.
Then off to find the First Basin which is in the Cataract Gorge and was recommended to us on yesterday's boat trip. It was great there and MG was straight onto the chairlift for a ride across the gorge. Again, tendinitis sufferers were banned, such a shame. There were some magnificent ...
Well today dawned bright and sunny, and unusually, since we arrived in Tasmania, it was also quite warm. Trip Advisor recommended a visit to Beauty Point and Beaconsfield, both north from Launceston along the Tamar, to see two wildlife attractions and a gold mine museum. We decided to go a little further north than these towns initially, and visit Greens Beach to walk along the coastal path a while. Beautiful coastline to be sure, and although we only walked a ...
Again we found a spot next to another caravan with plenty of room between us. The area is for 'self contained vehicles only'. About one hour later a young couple came in their car and squashed between us. They were so quiet, very neat. They just sat in the front of their car watching movies. Then slept in the rear of the station wagon. Everything so neat and tidy and they probably usually camp but in this weather you just wouldn't worry.
... the marine and bird life sanctuary. Drove up the western side of the valley to Beaconsfield and Beauty. Beauty was beauty. We actually had our first cup of coffee that actually tasted like it had coffee in it. Crossed the river over the Batemans bridge and headed to George Town a river container terminal. Had lunch at Lilydale and then back into the city. Parked up and walked for an hour or so up the Cataract river ...
... planned was shut for no apparent reason. We carried on to Deloraine. We found a little campsite, not the most amazing (Delaraine Apex, $25). Almost everything in the town was shut restaurant wise and it was Friday night! We found one open pub called Bush Hill Inn and we had the most amazing grilled prawns and there was this awesome vegetable buffet! Delicious! We have eaten so so well this week.