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... the road headed for 41o South Salmon and Ginseng farm. We were back off main roads, on small country roads with scenic views. This was beautiful farming country. We thought we were lost at one point, till a sign appeared on a tree letting us know the farm wasn’t far. After tasting the smoked salmon, the salmon paste, the ginseng honey and the ginseng rub, we bought everything. So yummy. The honey had a real bite to it.
... next. Anyway along this road, each neighbour was attempting to out-do each other with their letterbox designs. The best we spotted would have to be the red baron out the front of a B&B.
It wasn’t long before we arrived at Turner’s Beach and then Ulverstone back on the north coast. We followed the Penguin Road to the town of Penguin. It was all too much for the nearly teenager who slept through the photo opportunity, ...
... like any so kept going, cutting across on a dirt road to the entrance of the park, arriving at park late afternoon.
After setting up and having dinner we went for a walk to find the wombats the area is known for and we found heaps, old ,teenagers and very young. There is also lots of Tasmanian paddymelons, Bennets wallaby, and some Forester kangaroos[ a little smaller than greys but they are greys].
... and the most southerly made road in Australia, which is gravel but a made road. Then on even more south to The National Park down a not so good road to camp close to the ocean.
This area is a world heritage area and was first settled when the french scientific expedition discovered it by accident in 1792. The bay was named Recherche Bay after the captain .
This area has been used for whaling then, mining & ...
... areas to pull into for a rest, as we have on the mainland, so did not have many opportunities to take photos and admire at leisure some of the spectacular views. Though we did find interesting that on this Bass Highway, at each right hand turn, there is a left hand lane for turning traffic to pull into and wait for a break in the traffic so the free flow of cars is not interrupted. On most of the roads we have driven during the last two weeks, the ...
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