Swansea Beach Chalets
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... buildings constructed using convict labour, claiming the titles of Australia's oldest bridge still in use, oldest Catholic church still in use and the prison where Ikey Solomon was an inmate (made famous by Bryce Courtney's book The Potato Factory).
The die hard riders had revved into Richmond a little earlier for the special briefing and we just caught the group of 39 leaving. I almost caught Jake staring at ...
... a quick snoop round Coles Bay. Lovely views across the narrow inlet. Then we drive into Freycinet National Park and pay our daily entrance fee ($24) and park up in the Wineglass Bay car park and then it's walking time! First, we walk up to the ridge (about 45 minutes and pretty hard going uphill) and we get our first glimpse at that famous look-out view! Magnificent. Truly Breath-taking. Then we embark on our real test - taking the trail down to the ...
... closer to the Freycinet National Park and Wineglass Bay where we wanted to be today anyway. So, our time in Bicheno was very short lived and we missed out on a"fish meal" as Jason had asked about! This means seafood! The east coast towns are all known for their seafood, but in the St. Helens information centre, Jason had asked where to get a "fish meal". After it took the ladies a second or two to understand what he meant, they told us Bicheno. Oh well, we were glad to have a place to ...
... boys went out this evening on an adventure in search of some little penguins called Fairy Penguins who return to their burrows at dusk time. It's low season so we are told to only expect about 10 penguins. We are in luck, we see about 35. Dylan is most excited about travelling on the penguin bus and is surprised to learn the other people are also accompanying them on the tour. We are escorted to our guide by torch light and the first penguins are sighted. ...
... a buyer. They thought it was a long shot but Kevin put in
a call to see if the Mt Tamborine property was still available and “BINGO”
their dreams came true. Some things
are just meant to be. Kevin and Sue also
swapped vans while on the road.
Alan also turned up in Dunnalley and this time Rob introduced
him to Oysters. He ate it reluctantly, but we’re pretty sure
he was not too ...