Aspect Tamar Valley Resort
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... roads we went on that actually felt like a main road. There was alot of traffic going in both directions. Well when I say alot I think we saw 10 or 15 cars during the entire 2 hour journey.
Great Lake was once much smaller, but it was dammed for the hydro electric scheme. It’s now Australia’s second largest freshwater lake (at 114 square meters) and it 1030 meters above sea level.
By 3.30 we had found our way to ...
... prove we did it, seeing we couldn't take our camera with us to record the event ourselves in case we dropped it from high above the forest floor.
We left there well after 5pm and set the GPS for Perth, Tasmania. Our first sight of this fairly big country town was a park with a large wooden sculpture and train. After taking photos we walked around the corner to take a photo of the old quaint colonial small town post ...
We took a 45 minute drive to a Swiss village called Grindlewald and it had a mini golf there. We first went to the cafe in the village and Dad stayed there to watch the cricket. Dad got us some cool drinks and then Mum and us went for a look around. ...
... the path to a notable old tree that you could camp within since it had a door or two and enough space inside to at least sit down I think. I did walk in and take a photo or two. I mentioned to Doreen how each trail into the rainforest that we have taken has been different. This one was much drier and only started getting more lush once we hit the cycads. There were some really huge gum (eucalyptus) trees, some blackwood and some shaggy bark gums ...
... girths as well as being extremely tall. The ground was soft and spongy with years of leaves, needles falling beneath the trees. This was supposed to be a 15 minute round trip but I probably took longer with all the photos. Undoubtedly longer.
We stopped again - for the Chinese cemetery which really wasn't so much a Chinese cemetery as a regular Anglo-Saxon one - and not that old entirely either - with some gravestones only from after ...