Swansea Motor Inn
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... a lot of the beautiful Freycinet National park. We could have done with a couple of extra days here to do the Mt Amos summit walk and take a quad bike tour through the park but we have done as much as we can in the 2 and a half days we have been here. The house we are staying is so lovely with its views over the bay and mountains and it is so quiet at night it is easy to get a good nights ...
... my long lost best friend :) Sorell - one of the oldest settlements in Tasmania. In 1819, a site for a township was bought and this was established in 1821. Approx. 60 farms were operating in the area at this time. It was named in honour of Colonel William Sorrell. In 1823, the population of Sorell was 133, 96 were convicts and their families. My story "Search for the Light" had a focus on the Sorell area with the main characters moving there from Hobart as convict maids. ...
... keeping our eyes open for its launch. After a lovely lunch we headed into the town for a walk and despite the sandy roads the town was really nice, set on a small peninsular below the ‘Nut’, an old volcanic plug/headland. Pretty little rose covered cottages with picket fences spread out from the village cent re with views of the coast from most streets. Sitting outside in the sun on the veranda of the Stanley Hotel having a coffee and looking at the views ...
A comfortable 2 hour drive from Bicheno and we arrived at one of Tasmania's most beautiful destinations: Coles Bay and the famous Wineglass Bay.
Coles Bay is a tiny tourist town with more accommodation options than permanent residents. You can choose to stay budget camping at the National Park (our choice @ $22/night for a powered site with hot showers for only an additional $2/4 minutes) to the glamorous Freycinet Lodge (rooms starting at $300 - ...
... the steep path, we passed some nice houses overlooking the water and some more historic buildings, like the cottage that is now used by arts students. Down in the water, there were lots of big rocks and boulders where many local teenagers come to spend the day. What a great place to hang out on a hot day!
As we passed the music pavilion, we saw some of the peacocks that live in the area and were able to get some good pictures of them. We also found some nice gardens in the area. ...