The Priory Country Lodge
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... we were given licence to climb at our own pace which meant we got really stretched out and I played a sweeper roll pulling back markers along. At one stage, I did about 15-20kms on the front of a line which grew from 1 guy to 12 so I had a good work out. Unfortunately we then hit some hills which meant we all spread out again and I dropped to the back...it was actually great fun. Lunch stop was at Derwent Bridge at the Hungry Wombat Cafe. By this stage, I (and ...
Getting away a bit earlier, we headed off towards Queenstown. It is nice to have a fine and windless day! Very interesting place. From here, we headed through the ranges towards Derwant bridge, stopping at Nelson River, and going for 20min walk to the falls.
We then stopped at a car park where the walk starts to Frenchmen's Cap, to have smoko. We then walked down to a swing ...
Rated one of Tasmania's best national parks, I hope so! The campground was outstanding, best we have ever stayed in. Right on the river, hot showers, great facilities and even a laundry which was great because we had heaps of washing! Wanted to visit the lake but it was 16km up a windy, bumpy dirt ...
... was to
turn the shed into a home if the gallery was not a success. Well there has certainly been no need for
that, it is a roaring success and at only $10.00 per head admission a real
bargain. Derwent Bridge is very much in
an alpine zone so there is not too much there.
We were lucky enough to be allowed to stay in the car park at the local
hotel before moving further west towards Queenstown the next day.
... After New Norfolk the scenery was wonderful and we had a good drive to the National Park. We went to the visitor centre first and got information on the walking trials and got a spot on the camp ground. The lady we spoke to, Jeannie, was absolutely lovely. She gave us loads of good information about the area and the wild life. She was the nicest person we have spoken to in Tasmania. We found our spot on the camp ground, a nice site amongst big trees and ...