Platypus Park Country Retreat

Address: 20 Ada St, Bridport, Tasmania, 7262, Australia | Ranch
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This ranch, located on 20 Ada St, Bridport, is near Barnbougle Dunes.
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    Travel Blogs from Bridport

    Bridport to Longford

    A travel blog entry by hazway on Sep 04, 2014

    7 photos

    ... out a couple of caravan parks in Launceston but we are a bit sick of camping like "billy goats" on the side of hills found a beaut spot at Longford right on the river bank walking distance from a watering hole so we gave a couple a spin. (BLOODY COLD).
    Forget to tell you guys that Hazel was adopted by a couple of ducks that just waited outside of the van for her & were even there in the morning to see ...

    A day of golf and the spa

    A travel blog entry by pamandwarren on Mar 10, 2014

    2 comments, 3 photos

    ... designed 20 holes and told the owner to pick his 18 favorite. Like most parents it is hard to pick a favorite from your children so he kept all 20. And to top it off the USA prevailed over the Queenslanders in our long drive contest and collected bounty that evening.

    It was Spa day for the non-golfers, and what a glorious treat that was! Pam had a Warm Stone Massage followed by a Scalp Treatment with ...

    Legerwood Memorial Trees

    A travel blog entry by waymez on Jul 26, 2013

    11 photos

    ... of the trees showed they were no longer safe. The community was devastated that their memorials would be lost. In 2004 it was suggested that the stumps be carved into a likeness of each soldier. Eddie Freeman, a chainsaw carver from Ross, was employed by the Legerwood Hall and Reserves Committee to sculpt the masterpieces you see today".

    There is a Visitors ...

    So much to see, so little time

    A travel blog entry by waymez on Jul 26, 2013

    15 photos

    ... required - there are no overtaking lanes here! We couldn't believe the time already and we weren't even at Derby yet! The drive was very picturesque though and we were not in a hurry.
    Derby was filled with lovely older style buildings - this was one of the things that appealed to us in Tasmania - the buildings and associated history. Derby, another old Tin mining town is surrounded by mountains and looks down on the Ringarooma river. The Tin ...

    Scottsdale, Derby, Bridport, Georgetown

    A travel blog entry by vankrusing on Mar 11, 2013

    16 photos

    ... the town and the surrounding towns triple in size during that time of the year. Derby was a very hilly little place steeped in character and not too much else. It was a great place to get on our bikies and explore. Once again, our camp spot was a lovely grassy area on the banks of the river, with facilities, so we spent two nights there and did a day trip out to see:-

    Legerwood Tree Carvings – Trees that were planted in honour of ...