Freshwater Point

Address: 56 Nobelius Drive, Legana, Tasmania, 7277, Australia | Hotel
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This hotel is located on 56 Nobelius Drive, Legana.
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Swimming and a lovely campsite

A travel blog entry by wherrol on Jan 25, 2015

Decided to take it easy today. Just walking and swimming.

Launceston has a beautiful aquatic centre. Sharon was able to go on a lovely swim. Only 750 mtrs but it was better than really going crazy. Hopefully this should help her back problems.

After a quick a shop and lunch we decided to head to Beaconsfield. A free campsite in town is situated next to the town racecourse. A perfect place for our evening campsite. ...

Clever Allan fixed the Solar Controller

A travel blog entry by wherrol on Jan 18, 2015

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... be beaut and dandy. Nup. It was a lovely campsite however there were no other residents. We don't like camping on our own. Also a storm was brewing and there were an awful lot of gum trees that were shedding branches in the wind.

Plan B: Evandale. Tonight it is lovely here. No screaming children, no one camped on top of us. Quiet as quiet can be.

Time to settle in and watch the cricket.


Interesting walk into history

A travel blog entry by wherrol on Jan 15, 2015

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... basalt rock and rise up to 1220 mtrs. The slopes are fairly gentle and there is beautiful farm land below. Many a vista is also to be had of the "Great Lakes" that are the lead up to the Western Tiers.

Water is fed to the Great Lakes from the streams that seem to endlessly plunge below. This water is used in the hydroelectric scheme.

Lots of photo opportunities from the various lookouts until, eventually we ended up in the free ...

The Tasmanian Tour

A travel blog entry by peteandal on May 10, 2014

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... Columna Falls and it was down through this cool rain forest with really weird trees.

The rest of the day was spent driving through really windy roads to Launceston. It took ages because of the slow, windy roads and we did see people pulling over and throwing up which was funny. That would have been me if I wasn't the one driving. That evening we tried to stay in Westbury but the campsite ...


A travel blog entry by denisemilburn on Jan 18, 2014

... it held tiny wooden pews. The altar was decorated with flowers and images of Christmas and it just captured perfectly for me the Polish people's love of their religion. Lily mentioned that she had seen a nun cleaning it one day when she had passed. We visited mouthwatering chocolate shops where everything was made by hand including a life-size model of the bell tower in the square. Everywhere we went we were surrounded by the Polish language - a ...

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