Sandpiper Ocean Cottages
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... but he was sleepy.
Our next stop was at the Bonorong Wildlife Sanctuary and the grown-up was very excited about this visit too. When we got in the park, there were kangaroos hopoing around all over the place, it was another wow moment! In got to meet and make friends with Lucy the Wombat, who was very furry and again felt like a rabbit, but a lot bigger - I think Lucy had eaten too many pies. We also met a Koala, who was ...
... sand, but said that the water was very cold! I did some more sunbathing before we got back onto the bus.
Later that night, I stayed and had a sleep, whilst the grown-up went to the beach to say hello to the little blue penguins. The grown-up said that there weren't many of them at the beach, so I thought that they must be having such a lovely fun time in the sea.
Till next time... ...
... all the other places we visited during these last four weeks. One good thing about walking in Tasmania in summer is that it has never been too hot, there is usually a lovely breeze and the temperatures are not high. From the top of Wine Glass Lookout, with its amazing views, it was all downhill back to the car park where we signed out again and found, even with all the stops, we had taken five minutes less than the expected one and a half hours!
... off in the distance.
At the end of the pass we came to a T-junction and turned right, joining traffic coming along the main road from St Helen. We had only 27kms left to reach Bicheno with the ocean on our left and pastureland with cattle and sheep on the right. In the distance we could see a beautiful view of Bicheno on the Bay at the base of a hill with more turquoise water and white sandy beaches along the way on our left. Once in the built up area, ...
... by the bay. Then into our swimmers for a dip in the ocean at the local beach, Waubs bay. despite the hot conditions on the sand the water was freezing and the swim didn't last long. At a loose end we checked out the Bicheno township, it's seafood restaurants, shops and then the Bicheno blowhole before heading back to our air conditioned chalet before getting ready for dinner at Sea Life centre ...