Clarion Hotel City Park Grand
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... which shot off, still leaving a substantial queue.
We weren’t going to get much viewing time if we waited so tried to go up by car, but the barrier was not letting people through. However, when someone came down the car in front of us went through, so we hung around for the next exiting vehicle – to be rewarded with access! There’s a 7km narrow road with passing places from there to the iconic Dove Lake, so you can see why they limit access, ...
... with hotel best tour options for next day before heading next door for a meal of lamb Kebabs as discussion what to do next day over a few glasses of wine and beer before heading off to bed. We decided that the best options was the Big Bus tour as we advised that Saturday traffic was not too ...
Not so cold this morning, so after showers etc we headed off for Cataract Gorge via some small towns called Selbourne, Westwood and Hadspen. At Hdspen there was a old house that we could visit called Entally House. We discovered that the lady that originally owned it is on the $20 note and the house is also on it.... I bet you are checking your $20 notes now if you have one in your purse. The Melbourne cup winner Malua had ...
... left herself a bit exposed. Then there was the Tawny Frogmouth. How weird are they and I've never seen one anywhere before. I must write to David Attenborough when I get back and tell him about them. The highlight was of course the Tasmania Devil. We finally got to see one that had not been in a fight with a Toyota Celica. The Wombat of course remains one of our favourites and I can picture Chris ...
... No tail displaying, but rather fine anyway. We decided that the gorge deserved more exploration, especially after the cream tea. The path continues on the opposite side to a second pool, and was reached by a low level bridge, a suspension bridge at mid level or a cable car very high up. I was persuaded to try the suspension bridge - quicker, designed to take up to 60 people, quite wide and not too much rocking. Still scary but I did it and appreciated the fine views nevertheless. ...