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... were several wood carving throughout the center and town.
Tahune - "peaceful place by running water" in the Aboriginal language is the home of a temperate rainforest. We saw manly ferns and fish back ferns. Here is a picture of Lee next to a manly fern.
The Stringy Bark Eucalyptus can live for 400 hundred years and grows very tall and wide. Over the years, weather rots away the center of the tree by the base and the tree eventually falls. Here ...
... got plenty of pictures and Kara got a video on her phone, and then we went off to the bakery for some much appreciated and delicious black coffees. Watch the video embedded below to join in our platypus party, it'll be just like you were there in Geeveston with us.
Our story then picks up later on that evening, where our intrepid wanderers (Kara and I) had settled into a nice camping spot called 'Friendly Beaches' on the Freycinet Peninsula. We were then ...
... Mt Wellington, the Botanical Gardens, Old Hobart Goal and many other places of interest.
Another lunch, this time it was back to the harbour docks at Mures Upper Deck, known for fresh seafood and it great location. Last drinks were had at Hotel Henry Jones, Constitution Dock and then it was time to go home.
Bill and Linzi will be leaving tomorrow morning and we will be heading to Bruny Island with Trevor for five ...
... to the cabin as John needed to replace the struts on the bonnet of the car. It hurt him to have to buy some special tools to fit them! …but all done now so all good!!!
John is trying to capture a photo of some beautiful parrots here (we don't see them in Queensland but he thinks they are in Canberra as well!) … but so far they are very fast and can hide really ...
... was surprisingly good and we woke feeling refreshed and ready for the 35 minute walk to the World Heritage site of Port Arthur. Shelling out for the more expensive gold pass, enabled us to enjoy a really in depth experience with plenty of time to reflect on the information and many stories told by the guides. As often happens, it’s not so much the information that you gain as the questions that it raises that make places like this so interesting. As happened at ...
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