Beulah Heritage Accommodation
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... stopped and had a look at George Town before continuing on to Low Head.
Lieut Colonel William Patterson landed at the site where George Town is today on 11 November 1804 and took possession of Northern Van Dieman's Land in the name of King George III.
... wildlife, beautiful landscape and road kill (so many possums lying on their backs with rigor mortis in their little arms and legs). "Roll" means a sandwich. We can't believe how many Australians we know that haven't been to Tassie, everyone should go!
* Moon roof is actually what the back sun roof is called, awesome car knowledge.
... surprised at how much easier it was than what I thought it would be.
As we headed out toward the highway, we called into the Pub In the Paddock that we had passed on our way to the falls. This 1880 building could easily be missed as a pub out here but good signage ensures the tourists find it ok. It's claim to fame is its beer drinking pig - Priscilla! We pulled out the front of what could easily be a grand home and entered into a warm, ...
... the Bass Hwy from Stanley to Rocky Cape National Park . The map showed it had a lighthouse and it looked on the map to be on the tip of Rocky Cape on the main road.......No that's what comes of having basic non detailed maps rather than ordinance maps. We drove off the Bass Hwy down a sealed road , then onto a gravel road for quite some way , the only saving grace was that there was some lovely wattle bushes along the way which were very pretty. However at the end o ...
... 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 ...