Kentish Hills Retreat
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Left Deloraine about 10am and headed to Sheffield. The drive was only 40km so Sharon seemed to have to do the lot. She is always first driver of the day and we didn't feel any need to swap.
We loved Sheffield township. On most of the buildings are beautiful murals depicting all the history of the town, its citizens, important events and the ...
... minutes after my meal when I should have taken it with food or just after food. We'll wait and see what happens over the coming days. I took quite a few shots of the boys with the Cradle Mountain scenery in the background. Unfortunately we didn't get to climb to the peak of Cray Mountain. From Dove Mountain, we head around the right side of the lake and then up to Face Track, which traversed us right to the Overland Trail and then back to the car park via Marion ...
... bus for the 20min ride up to Dove Lake met a funny cou[le from Newcastle so had an interesting chat on the way. Had a walk around and saw the old Boat shed but decided not to do the full circuit. The cloud lifted for a moment and I got a clear shot of the mountain. We waited for the bus and chatted to two couples from Hobart.
... park. The south end.
We walk part of the lake and and the area were platypus are to be found , no we do not find any.
We head for Mt Field national park with a overnight stop at Meadowbank lake.
We pass through the area of the Highlands Hydro scheme. Huge dams in the wilderness were built to feed the hydro station.Some of the lakes and rivers below here are not so full, like the Lake William we stayed at, because some of the rain water ...
... running through marshy gullies. After walking and climbing for about four hours, we were pleased to reach the shuttle bus stop at Ronny Creek. We had to take the bus back up to Dove Lake to sign out as that was where we had signed in that morning. It didn't take long for a bus to arrive but after getting off the bus at Dove Lake to sign out, we then had to join the queue to get back to the Visitors Centre. The first bus which arrived was soon full but it was only a ...