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... and we were very soon watching the news. Very important that is.
Then we settled to watch the wildlife, loads of different wallabies, so tiny and cute. No sign of the Tassie Devil though.
At 10.30 pm we turned in for the night. Just settled and at 10.45pm a car had to turn up to camp. Of course there was acreage camping, of course they needed to make sure they parked next to us. As in a supermarket carpark. Like we are going to protect them?
... on the beach "Allan Allan". Very funny. Allan was not so impressed.
We then had to go to Harvey Norman to check out the Go Pro cameras to go on the Quadcopter Allan had bought back in Adelaide. Found it. Very pleased with price etc. Then Sharon was on a mission to deck Vincent in full Christmas decorations for under $20. Success in both camps.
One more job had to be done. Yesterday Sharon put her walking sandals in a plastic bag and took them into ...
... We stayed at the national parc and did a short evening walk close to where we stayed. It was amazing, on the green fields, we saw Wombats (even a mother with a child), Kangaroos (even a nice boxing matilda fight) and some cute Pademelons....nice place to stay!
The last 2 days on Tassie also unfortunately went by very fast....we did some more nice walks through rain forests and even found another place in Latrope where we spotted 2 more Platybus. We even met the guy ...
... like any so kept going, cutting across on a dirt road to the entrance of the park, arriving at park late afternoon.
After setting up and having dinner we went for a walk to find the wombats the area is known for and we found heaps, old ,teenagers and very young. There is also lots of Tasmanian paddymelons, Bennets wallaby, and some Forester kangaroos[ a little smaller than greys but they are greys].
... holiday for them too. Will have to do some research on this. We kept going towards Devonport, surprised to see that Ulverstone is such a large place. Will have to come back here another time. In Devonport, we found Newman's and David was able to pick up a wire cleaning brush for our new Weber. On the eastern outskirts, we took the turn into C74 and soon afterwards turned onto C71 which took us all the way to Narawntapu. Around 1:30pm we arrived at the Visitor Centre and ...