Swansea Beach Chalets
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- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Refrigerator in room
- Swimming pool
- Reduced mobility rooms
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Wow, we have the most magnificent ocean view from our site - best yet! That's the best street bit. Bugger, we have the worst site we've had since we've been on the road. That's the worst house bit.
This park isn't really interested in caravanners, so they couldn't care less that our site was bloody difficult to get into. extremely uneven …
Glad to see the sunshine had returned when we started off on our journey to Swansea! We travelled a stunningly beautiful coast road, with long stretches of sandy beaches and sparkling seas to our left. Took a side tour out to the Freycinet Peninsula in search of seafood, and found the fabulous Freycinet Marine Farm, where we loaded up with oysters, mussels and scallops. Back out ...
... all the way down to the bay. This hike is not very long, but it is incredibly steep and you have to make your way down hundreds of various sized rocks as steps. We were also lucky enough to see some more wallabies cross our path on the way down! It took us about an hour to make it from the top to the bottom but it was so worth it! Beautiful white sandy beaches that we had pretty much all to ourselves. We shared a snack and then started the long climb back up. It took us awhile ...
... walked across the pristine sandy beach and noticed lots of turtle tracks between the dunes and tide line; we hadn’t read anything about turtles living here but there were evidently lots about. Further up the bay of Fires and after dodging a ‘large’ lizard crossing the road we came to Cosy Corner, another lovely, virtually deserted beach. Unfortunately, we had to get Bertie the camper van back to Hobart and didn’t have time to go any ...
... ocean. There was a group of Chinese tourists standing on a wet rock posing for a selfie. A wet rock........dah! There was a reason it was wet and they found out why. I had a little trouble concealing my merriment. Freycinet showed fairly recent ravages of a bushfire but still very beautiful. We drove to Cape Tourville to the lighthouse and one of Tasmania's top ...