Taras Richmond Farmstay
Travel Blogs from Richmond
... Dunalley and were saddened by the many empty concrete slabs, testament to the ferocious bushfire earlier this year in January. The blackened eucalypts are vibrant with new shoots and the pastures verdant after all the recent rains. We drove through Eaglehawk Neck and Doo-Town to Devil's Kitchen and the start of today's walk to Waterfall Bay. With all the rains the waterfall falling into the sea from sheer cliffs was awesome. Rod didn't see the ...
... and Bonorong Wildlife Park!!!!!!!!!! My favourite part of that day, was the wildlife park. I got to feed a REALLY cute kangaroo and pat a koala and a baby wombat!! Also, at Cadbury's, we got to look in the amazing chocolate shop and buy as much of it as we wanted!!! I spent $15 on my chocolate but I mostly bought for my friends and family. I also bought some Cadbury souvenirs from the gift shop. It was truly an amazing day!!! :)
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We booked with Pennicott Bruny Island Cruises today. It started as a beautiful day-light wind and sunny. Our bus driver was an amateur comedian and he kept us entertained with stories, some of which were true. He loved to talk and loved an audience. Bruny Island ferry was huge, taking 50 cars at a time. Bunny Island s almost two stands with only a narrow neck of land joining the two. Our first look at he open sea was promising with off-shore breeze and gentle swells. The skipper ...
... of finding a library or café for some internet access to locate a place to camp for the night quickly fell apart. Instead we booked into the cheapest accommodation we could find that provided internet access so we could do some much needed planning. It turned out the room we had booked had not been cleaned yet so we got a free upgrade to a vacation house for the night. It’s always amazing how things seem to fall into place if you remain calm and positive, and we enjoyed the ...
... for WiFi. It was a new building that was a library and community center - very nice.
We are struggling to find good seafood. Mitch & I love seafood and we were told Tasmania is the place to eat it. Maybe tomorrow.
Tonight we are at the home of a retired bachelor. He has a 60 acre tract of land on a mountain. We walked to the top of the mountain/hill. We saw some ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking