Quality Hotel Colonial Launceston
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... there taking photos of the cockatoos for a good while. It was fabulous.
Up the hill we got to the lighthouse, looked around, took photos of said lighthouse, the mouth of the River Tamar and Bass Strait.
Back down the road we visited Georgetown and the Maritime Museum there. We were fascinated by all the information. Also watched a ship head in, aiming for the Aluminum smelter ...
... via Scottsdale over rolling hills. In Launceston, we visited Cataract Gorge, the premier attraction of the the big town. The gardens at the top were very pleasant and we saw a male peacock fly from a tree branch about 10 metres up in the tree. I never even thought they could fly. It was tame and Rohan snapped more than a dozen pictures of Calvin close to it. ...
... my clothes and waited until Jozef was back from the summit. After a short period of time we started our way back down the valley and got on the road to Launceston. The road was not as bad as on the previous day but it still had some challenging parts. At 17.00 we reached Tasmania's second largest city, did some shopping and checked in for the night. We had some time to cook a good dinner, got some beer from the bottle shop and closed the ...
... our accommodation, but we are leaving a few nights up to chance. When I have done our (rough) weekly route I have included what stops we have booked. After a few interruptions (thanks Charlotte!) it is now 11:35pm and I'm still no closer to having everything packed! Fingers crossed for a relatively smooth morning so I can get packing then! EDITED: uploaded this morning after Internet ...
... have drawn the short straw for the weekend:
* Craig Bennett (aka Benno) - a really nice young guy that we knew from his time as the BMW mechanic down Gippsland way. He has since climbed the ladder a bit but is still a wealth of knowledge and is the Safari's tech support guy.
* Shane Booth and Chris Urquhart - the pair of guys I met at station pier a few days ago who run these BMW Off Road Training courses. ...