Swansea Motor Inn
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... br> Swansea itself is a lovely little town, with a great local museum in the TI and heaps of old buildings, like Morris' General Store, circa 1838! We had booked a unit at Swansea Holiday & Caravan Park, rather basic but everything we needed. Popped a cork on some champers (just had to try out that Jansz) and had an appie of the wonderfully fresh raw oysters from the ...
... it back to camp but luckily we made it back just in time for one the best sunset I have ever seen. This campsite was tucked into the bush but was only a couple steps away from the beach that we shared with only 40 campsites! We grabbed our chairs and dinner and sat on the beach with some drinks to watch the sunset. Truly one of the best nights I have had in Australia so far. I still cannot get over the sunset and location of that campsite. I highly recommend this area to any traveler. ...
We have moved from St Helens to Coles Bay on the Freycinet peninsula and have just been on a boat tour of the famous Wineglass Bay.
Before leaving St Helens we went into the hills, walked in rainforests and saw the 90 metre St Columba falls. The forests are full of very large ferns, with the big ferns said to be hundreds of years old only growing about one inch each year (see forest photos).
We stopped at a place ...
... baby joey appeared from its pouch! It was a very big joey and I think it woke up because I was there and wanted to say hello, but it didn't stay around for long before it went back for a nap. Another wow moment, I was getting very tired from being so excited!
The grown-up and me left the wallaby to go back to its home and we climbed the many steps from the beach back to the top of the hill. It was very hard work, but lots ...
Comfy bed - tick. Scrummy breakfast - tick. Lovely hosts (Gail & Nige) - tick. Adorable old family hound dog - tick (Molly is 14 years old and struggles a bit to come over for a sniff but still makes the effort). Gail and Nigel have owned the place for 4 years. Prior to that, they lived in Byron Bay. Bit of a sea change, there, I reckon. Real homey hosts. Bake their own bread. There's free sherry or port in the lounge area for guests to enjoy. Make you ...