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Drove to Hobart along East Coast route via Bicheno in poor weather with low cloud, mist and rain. Stopped for excellent lunch in cafe in Swansea, good Vietnamese fare. Then on via scenic route. stayed at Old Wool Store in Hobart, excellent 1 bed appt but almost a disaster as I had somehow booked for March rather than Feb! Hobart is wonderful we …
... we could live here!!! We dragged ourselves away from Stanley and made our way back to Wynyard where we stayed for the night in our Britz camper van, it was a little colder in Tassie, bbrrrwwwwwww.
The next day we woke early and were on the road reaching Launceston at midday. Had a nice walk around the town and had lunch at a lovely little café. Then off to Scotsdale, ‘in the middle of no-where’ type of town but had a tourist ...
... the same age and were very sad when it was time to leave and head onto the next spot.
During our stay we also explored Cape Tourville which has a super easy 20minute circuit walk around the lighthouse taking in panorama views from Wineglass Bay to the local beaches. I also had fun driving a 4WD track out to Bluestone Bay. An easy track but fun for a novice like me:)
This spot will be very close to #1 on the Aitkens list of Tassie!
... director vehicle at the front where the ride director has a radio, as do about 10 riders in the peloton, the mechanic vehicle at the back with the ride radio AND a CB radio for communicating with any trucks in the area. This was - instructions can be relayed to the peloton to ensure everyone is behaving themselves and not all over the road. The peloton starts with some good riders on the front to do the work, the struggling riders in the middle and some more good ...
... and only 2 or 3 of the convicts ever escaped from the prison. Dogs would also be set on platforms in the ocean for those that would try to swim around The Neck.
We visited “The Officers Quarters” is a small museum explaining all of this information along with stories of that era before heading on a walk to the beach and the dog fence monument. Our final stop which was the Tessellated Pavement.