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Up early for breakfast and pack the car for our trip to Strahan. Made good headway through Hobart and were soon in the countryside round New Norfolk. After a couple of hours decided to make a stop for coffee at Hamilton. As we went further west the countryside became more hilly and the road more windy. Just before Derwent Bridge stopped at 'The …
... think we got to see alot more without the crowds. One of the guides from our cruise gave a bit of a private tour for us while she was dropping information around showing us the old Huon pine logs in the water. And an old fence which was built along one side to protect the colony from the weather. Huon pine doesn't rott. We had a yummy buffet lunch. With salads, deli meat, smoked salmon & bread. Up the Gordon River, ancient forests and World Heritage listed, unfortunately it ...
Today we join a cruise around Macquarie Harbour and up the majestic Gordon River.
We make our way to the wharf and there is our boat. Looks good - it is a sizable twin hulled boat. After checking in, we go on board and are shown to our seats..... right in the front row - perfect!
The boat is about two-thirds full, so that is around 80 people with 4 staff to look after us....
We back out of very tight mooring - the captain has obviously ...
Our first impression of Strahan was that it is a place that is tranquil, slow-paced and time stands still. This town, on the estuary of the Gordon River (Macquarie Harbour) is a delight for wilderness lovers because it sits near the northern end of the Franklin-Gordon River Wilderness Reserve. Thirty years ago this area was a battle ground between environmentalists, the Tasmanian and the ...
We had to sort out our ticket on Heritage Cruises in Strahan as we had arranged to catch up with our friends Jack and Jude who had spent the summer at McQuarie harbour on their yacht Banyandah. They had spent a lot of time finding the Huon pine cutters tracks. We were to catch the cruise and get off at Heritage Landing in the Gordon River.