Sandpiper Ocean Cottages
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- Free parking
- Pets allowed
TripAdvisor Reviews Sandpiper Ocean Cottages Bicheno
Travel Blogs from Bicheno
... lovely sandy sand and clear water. That was another wow moment.
Just as the grown-up was posing for photos, she was distracted by a wild wallaby hopping on the beach! So the grown-up and me rushed over to say hello. It was a very friendly wallaby and allowed the grown-up to stroke it. I made friends with it and it even kissed me! It was very friendly and felt very soft, a bit like a rabbit. Then another amazing thing happened... ...
... cafe called the Holy Cow. There were cows there and also special places for dogs to go, I thought that was very nice of them.
We finally got to the Bay of Fires and the sun started to shine! The sand was beautiful and soft and there were lots of rocks which were called orange. It was very lovely to sit and have a rest on the beach. The grown-up took her boots off and enjoyed walking ...
... wherever the path led us, and we met and talked to many walkers along the route and at the various view points. It certainly was a good work out for our old hearts and knees so we were glad to take advantage of the many stops to catch our breath. The views were wonderful and the walk among the rocks and trees was good, except for the mozzies! Twice we should have had our aerogard with us, here and Cradle Mountain, but otherwise we hadn't noticed any biting ...
... ten kilometres! We haven't seen many buses in Tasmania but we soon caught up with a slow moving bus followed by a motor cyclist carefully making their way over the pass. We all gave each other plenty of room as we motored at a really relaxed speed enjoying the scenery and knowing there was no way in the world of passing anyone on this narrow road. The scenery was magnificent as we looked down at the tree tops in the valley below and at some places, glimpses of the ...
... walk around the cape Tourville Lighthouse provided a fantastic view of wineglass bay through to the Friendly beaches. It was around midday but despite the heat we decided to attempt the Wineglass bay lookout which was about 2 hour round journey with the trip there a fairly steep gradient. despite out our best efforts we got about 30 minutes into the walk but the heat got the better of us and we turned ...