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... gratefully, drove off towards home. On the way back, there are at least six wineries - each with their own cellar doors. Now, that's the kind of wine glass we like - full to the brim!! Sampled a couple of places - bought a beautiful bottle of Riesling and C******nay. Dinner in town at the pub and then we're settling in for the Broncos game. Top day. Very tired but we nailed Wineglass Bay and that was one of our main priorities for this trip. Anything else is a ...
After a delicious breakfast at Still Water Restaurant over looking the waterfront in Launceston we headed east through hills and rain forest, stopping to learn about the tin mining industry and floods in Derby, before arriving at the spectacular Bay of Fires. Walked along the beautiful but wind swept beach before continuing our journey to Freysenet National Park. We had been listening to the Cricket on the radio during the long journey, the play had as many twists ...
... br> Dunnalley has a manmade canal (Denison Canal) and a bridge
that opens to allow boats access into the bay, so we got to see this quite a
few times from our freebie spot. Rob
finally found the time to get his fishing rod wet, but no luck
unfortunately. In total we spent three
nights in Dunnalley, had a drink at the local, rode our bikes around town, did
a day trip down the peninsula and relaxed.
... but after that, well everything just hurts doesn't it. Que had a great day and I did really well too, right up to the last hour when I fell off and had to get a lift back to the wharf with the local National Parks ranger as I'd hurt my leg. It's not broken but it still feels like it is!
We had a wonderful time at Triabunna mainly because we met a lovely couple, Merv and Adrianne, on the trip to Maria Island, and then spent a couple ...
... was soooo good, we could have easily had another piece.
We went to the exercise park again, then back to camp to have a lazy afternoon. Kids played in the games room, on their bikes and at the park. We learnt in the afternoon that the cruise we had booked to take us into Wineglass Bay had been cancelled due to bad weather conditions. So ...
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