Beulah Heritage Accommodation
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... required - there are no overtaking lanes here! We couldn't believe the time already and we weren't even at Derby yet! The drive was very picturesque though and we were not in a hurry.
Derby was filled with lovely older style buildings - this was one of the things that appealed to us in Tasmania - the buildings and associated history. Derby, another old Tin mining town is surrounded by mountains and looks down on the Ringarooma river. The Tin ...
... a nice spot and then went exploring to
see if anything better was on offer. We
were planning to stay for a week, so we wanted to get a really nice spot. We settled on the one we chose originally,
which was "Swimcart Beach". It was only about a five metre walk onto the
beach and the views from our bedroom window were to die for. The whole area is a mass of beautiful white
sand that looks like crystallized granite (or the sea salt out ...
... best business to own in Tasmania is a hat shop, because they all have two heads.
We have to say that the critters must be slow though. Rob and I have never seen so much roadkill and it is a topic of discussion between the grey nomads, so it is not just us who has noticed it. I heard a local say “yes it keeps you awake when you’re driving”. We think we have seen more here in Tasmania than we saw on our around Australia trip. ...
We had a lovely visit with Youngtown Rotary club in Launceston. We enjoyed the scenery and the beautiful sites. We had a bit of a rest and a great visit. Thank you to great hosts John & Nola Heazlewood, Ian & Suzy Fenton, Dave & Leeanne Morrison, Chris & Pat Westlake, Gwen Nicholson. We had a great time. Visit from February ...
... 1836. There are many sandstone buildings in the town and my favourite stop was at a bakery where I purchased an award winning scallop pie made with local ingredients - it was absolutely fabulous! From here we travelled to Campbell Town to visit the bridge again completed by convicts in 1838 and was able to view the wooden carvings made by a local artist using a chain saw. The day was not ...