Beulah Heritage Accommodation
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... 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, ...
... 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. ...
... can swim in the huge (free!) swimming pool just near the basin or take the chairlift up to the mount. And you can have a (free!) shower after all that.
Now it's time to head back towards Devonport as we take the ferry early tomorrow morning. On the way we'll stop by a brewery in Railton and a chocolate factory in Latrobe, for free tasting and very possibly some purchases :-)
We planned to ...
As some of you may or may not know, in a previous life we lived in Gladstone NSW. It may surprise you to know there are 5 Gladstones in Australia and one of them is just up the road from us, so naturally we are going to go visit.
On the way we stopped at Legerwood where some old trees that were planted in 1918 to honour the soldiers of the are that never returned from WW1, have been transformed into something ...