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... mushroom tart that was one of the best things we had ever tasted. Pam's "Main" was the Blue Eyed Tallega fish, which was truly outstanding. Tasmania is known for delicious fish because the local waters are deep, cold, and clean. Warren had a filet; Tasmanian beef is also local, grass fed and delicious. Tasmanian Pinot Noir and C******nay wines were perfect accompaniments, and the creme brûlée desert was a perfect ending.
Finally got to go to some wineries, beautiful sunny day for it. Tassie specialises in Sparking wine and Pinot so not Laurie's cup of tea but a bit of fun anyway. First we went to Janz which was awesome, Laurie finally found a sparkling he liked so we bought it for Christmas time. Then we went to ...
... until it was planted
Douglas Fir –Alan Andrews,
Giant Sequoia– Thomas Edwards,
Giant Sequoia-Robert Jenkins,
Deodar– John McDougall,
Douglas Fir-George Peddle ,
Deodar-John Riseley ,
and a Weymouth Pine at each end of the avenue for Gallipoli and the Anzacs"
In 2001, a report on ...
... is a walking track to the falls (10 minutes apparently :P ), so we set off to the base of the falls. The track is good and flat although it declines the whole way down so once again, I found myself imagining the walk back to the car park. There is one 25 metre section that a sign points out as a possible landslip section and you are advised not to stop. The section is reinforced and I wondered how they discovered this risk. When I say slip risk, I ...
... falls, we stopped up at the cheese factory & purchased beautiful soft cheeses.
So we leave the Bay of Fires & head to Tomahawk via Gladstone. Tomahawk was a very basic park, power but no water but a truely beautiful park right on the beach. We walked the entire Ringarooma Bay beach 3klms in amazing conditions, both of us walking topless.
We went sight seeing around the area & came back to camp to find the awning on the ...