Clarion Hotel City Park Grand
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... rode the chairlift, had a coffee in one of the two cafés and walked the suspension bridge. We made our way to the city via the Cataract Gorge walk and then missed a bus and walked all the way home, making yesterday my biggest Fitbit day yet. But it wasn't over - after lunch back at the caravan park, we drive up to Beauty Point to see the Platypus House sand Seahorse World. One of the advantages of travelling slightly out of the tourist season is that you're ...
... she can change a car tyre. The Landcruiser was a bit heavy. Vincent has even more bits and is really really heavy especially with her bad back. Despite the best efforts and the very patient teacher there were certain parts that she just could not manage to lift or move. Lucky Allan is strong enough to manage.
We retired to Evandale to our favourite campsite tomorrow we shall re-tyre Vincent.
... set up the cave as a visitor attraction. It is now run by the National Parks people and it has been much improved since the earlier days, with access no longer requiring ropes! One of the caverns on show was initially discovered by an 8 year old girl and a lantern. She being small enough to fit through one of the tunnels. Brave girl, methinks. Anyway that tunnel is now much enlarged, lights have been installed and floors evened out. Then again there were occasions when ...
... br> The town of Sheffield made a name for itself by having lots of murals painted on walls around town. Pam was taken by one in particular (see photo).
We also went to a raspberry farm and café, where we had some tasty food made including local raspberries. There are lots of touristy places to go (e.g. caves, salmon farm, honey), but we are only including those of particular interest to us.
Bill & Pam
... BMW, meeting with the Safari's tech support Craig, Chris and Shane who run the off-road training course and Maschine's Nick Selleck. Lavazza's Mio expresso coffee machine running off a bike in the carpark was a big hit.
Some circle work around Launceston (all one way streets) found our accommodation, Best Western, Glen is unfortunately staying elsewhere. Once settled it was hard work finding a decent coffee ...