Scamander Beach Resort
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- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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Travel Blogs from Scamander
went to the axeman's hall of fame for the day and back to great lakes were we caught up this time with Billy who we have been following around here.
Headed up to the Tamar and went to Beaconsfield mine then stayed at Port Sorrell for two nights full of wombats
back to bay of fires again with Tracy and russell again now before he head back to the mainland on sunday.
... water is crystal clear and very inviting, some other people had just got out, but no too cold for me.
Camping here is walk in and we can not as no other tent so we stop at Lagoons beach for the night . Another mistake as two bus loads of kids about 12 yo turns up and camp beside us. We did get part of the day quiet as they left to go with there boards to a safer beach, but no camping there. We do try to find a place to swim but there is ...
... a hand releasing Gold Fish back into their pond.
For some stupid reason (yes I know they were a gift) there are caged monkeys stuck in the middle of the park!!!!
It was getting late so we stopped of for a short walk through an old growth Rainforest which makes you appreciated what has been destroyed in Tasmania for the sake of ...
... which is surrounded by lagoons. the located on George's bay and near by to Bay of Fires, recognized by Lonely Planet as the “must see destination of 2009” After checking in we headed for the Bay of Fires area which included Skeleton bay! Taylor's beach and Binalong Bay. Got back to St. Helens around 7:30 bought some of the local fish and drank a bottle of white wine while watching the sun go down over the ...
... I saw were those of my umbrella to keep the water off my head! After about 40 minutes of walking, we had made it to the lookout along with another handful of tourists. It wasn't the pristine vibrant colours that the brochures made us expect but it was a grand damp view. Soggy photos prevailed along with cereal bar and some other munchies. Then it all went quiet and we were alone at the the lookout, Darryl dropped to one knee, proposed and I said yes after ...