Pelican Sands Scamander
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... of primitive campsites that dot along the shore for several kilometers. It is surprisingly busy for a Tuesday but we still manage to snag a great site right on the water at Swimcart Beach. We fall asleep to the crashing of surf as the high tide mark is only about 30 feet from our camper.
There is nothing to do here but walk the beach, collect shells, and the normal assorted lawn chair activities ...
... went. We came after a couple of hours with no fish in the boat. Oh well, no worries as I wanted to make some scones in the camp oven anyway so all is good :-). We had some roo steak and salad for dinner and a few cold ones to keep the roo company. We sat around the camp fire overlooking the creek and chatted away as we fished. Mads caught a few little Bream and a juvenile Salmon and I ...
... it 'too windy' and we retreated to the car. At St Helens we stopped for petrol, and at Scamander we made a loo stop. We then aimed for Little Beach, where there should be a couple of campsite options.
We soon found option 1, which looked pretty full and we were about to try option 2 when we spotted a free little space that would do nicely. We parked up, had a little wander down to the beach, then proceeded with setting up camp and making dinner. Lotte spent ...
... lunch there and how long do I need to that place because I want to have a coffee at that lake…" - ahhhhh!) We were glad when we left the visitor center again and at least we kind of knew what we wanted to see now.
We wanted to go to the Bay of fires this evening. You'll get there from Launcester if you follow a windy road to the east coast what will take you quite a while. On our way we stopped at the Columba Falls that are in the middle of a ...
... for members, so thats where we go. Nice hot showers, cook in their camp kitchen, have toast. I have not had toast for awhile as we can not cook toast camping.
In the morning we drive out over the Tasman Bridge and head for Port Arthur and the Tasman Peninsula.
We stop at Eaglehawk and the Tessellated Pavement. A natural rock formation eroded by the sea making the rocks look like tiles.
We walk along ...