Brighton Hotel Motel
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... his mate and there was a lot of other bird life that was very hard to spot. It was a lovely walk and was nice and cool even with the sunny blue sky weather. On the way back from our walk we spotted a wombat grazing on the tussock grass so we stopped for a closer look. There were actually quite a few of them grazing on the grass near the boardwalk and we even spotted a mother and baby as well as a mating pair chasing each ...
... in flooding of Lake Pedder, and the Lake returned to itself. He reckons his children's generation will be responsible for this. He also feels that the way that other power sources are coming on board there will be no need for this type of hydro scheme.
The chap also talked about how the power is fed to the mainland. However Tassi doesn't sell much. It doesn't use much power either as they don't have the Aluminium smelters or other industries of the ...
Whilst having breakfast we got a rare glimpse of the large and clumsy footed beast known as Sal. Having laid her breakfast out she then proceeded to smash her way through it and in doing so broke the milk powder container. An easy cycle through undulating forest and open plains of the Derwent Valley in to Ouse. 37c temperatures made the ride a bit harder and a collective decision made to stay overnight at the ...
30kms of more winding road to the baldy but colourful mountain
copper mines of Queenstown, nestled in the base of the mountains. Luckily we were on the inside of the narrow snake road
tottering around the mountain peaks amongst the cloud. There
were not too many travellers joining our Conga line as we weaved our way up and
down, around and around the ...
... Events Tasmania and our generous sponsors, the MyState Australian Wooden Boat Festival is absolutely free!
The whole city of Devonport seems to have been involved in one way or another with the two year restoration of the pretty Bass Strait trader Julie Burgess, a 64’ blue gum ketch built in 1936 for the ...