The Sebel Launceston
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... people kept telling us must have been kangaroos and that wallabies are really small but that's not always true an they were wallabies. Anyway, we enjoyed the detailed animal chats. Then the highlight of Pete's life- we got to hold a baby wombat. The 6 month old wombat was called Georgie and she was awesome but fell straight asleep on me, must have been a tough day for her or maybe it was the soft feel of my amazing gillet. The wildlife was more of a sanctuary and ...
... started to get the 30kmh westerly (and cold headwind) so combined with the 8 degrees....was bloody freezing. The rest of the pack had been waiting for an extra 10mins so they were not happy!
We stopped for lunch at 10am at Cambelltown (70kms) which was down the other side of the hills range and had started to warm up with about 15 degrees. We were rolling again by 10.45 and enjoying a sunny rest of the day with temps up to 22 ...
... fix the smell. Thank goodness we were not having to sleep in her as this would not have been a pleasant experience.
Anyway I digress, Cataract Gorge is a small but beautiful attraction just outside of Launceston with a chairlift which takes you up the side of the gorge. At the top the grounds were full of wallabies and peacocks and there was a rather nice looking café where we decided to treat ourselves to a Devonshire Tea. Cream teas have become something of ...
Flew to Launceston on the morning flight, very relaxed and friendly at Melbourne airport and also at Launceston where we were given an upgraded car and off to Perth where we met the onion farmers, Mike and fieldsman Jason. After coffee in a lovely old mill it was only a short drive to the shallot 'paddocks'! Took a while to remember that they were called paddocks not fields, same as the race horse paddocks we drove ...
... rich soil but ALS tulips do not grow in cold temps so no blooms of colours for us. The next paddock we came across was full of fallow deer, who were very nosy and almost all off them stopped eating or playing to stop and stare at us , like really really staring . Two of them were male and had strong looking antlers and were in a separate paddock to each other . Once the car started up they just got on with eating it was such a funny sight ! There was quite a Myriad of farming ...