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After a patchy sleep - awake well before the alarm at 5.15am, packed and ready to eat breakfast at 6.30am. The team slowly assembled for the 7am breakfast which was buffet style eggs and cereal (which went down extraordinarily well). Fortunately - I had time to leave the hotel and discover a small bakery over the road who looked like …
... the crescent shape bay with blue sea and sky and white sand was spectacular. By this time we were desperate for a swim and the ranger recommended we head back to Friendly beach (so called because of a peaceful aboriginal treaty) as it would be out of the wind. It was beautiful and refreshing and yet another beach that reminded us of Mull...Ardalanish this time. Having thought we could manage with out lunch we were by then feeling a little peckish so bought ...
... along 1 stretch of road we saw an emu in a field as then a bit later we saw our first wallaby that was just sitting in the grass verge. We made it to Swansea about 18:30 and settled in before heading to a local tavern for a bite to eat, afterwards we headed back to the motel and took a walk round the bay that it looks over as the sun was ...
... certainly recommend this to future
travellers. We also purchased a National
Parks pass which was valid for two months.
This cost us $60.00 and we saved heaps.
It costs $24.00 to enter National Parks for a day and more if you camp
overnight, so once again it is worthwhile purchasing.
Our third day in Franklin was spent fishing and updating our
Until next time bye JJ
Today we set off for Richmond a lovely little village in the Coal River Valley. We parked near the oldest bridge in Australia, built to provide a link to carry supplies between Hobart and Port Arthur's peninsula, and watched people rowing down the river with a large number of ducks following them. They must have been after the picnic baskets.