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TripAdvisor Reviews Hawley House Devonport
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... br> We then went to the village market and it was great. Lots of antiques and good things at the stalls. Much more interesting and yes we found a heap of bargains.....
After running out of money we went back to Ulverstone and packed up the van, had some lunch and headed for Devonport. We had plenty of time so we went and finished looking around the Antique Emporium.. It was incredible the amount of things they have here ...
... onto the dock. They looked in the engine and in the boot. We had to assure them we did not have any LPG bottles or firearms, which had to be surrendered and picked up again when the owners reached Melbourne. We waited about an hour in the queue but were the third line to proceed on board. We were on the upper most deck (no.6) this time and it was a straight forward drove on drive off. We were parked right next to the exit door so made a quick exit up two flights of stairs ...
... washing done and the water from the washing and other grey water was dumped.
Then into Penguin to refill with water and finally back to our protected spot at Halls Point Sulpher Creek to hunker down.
We received a lovely phone call from our neighbour Patrice this afternoon. It was lovely to catch up with all the news. As she is formerly from Ulverstone there was also a lot of tourist information to catch up on too.
... and heath and thickets of coastal wattle were in evidence. Pademelons scuttled into the bushes. The bird song was fantastic and like nothing we had heard before.
Eventually we wandered up Archers Knob where we were afforded vistas down to Point Sorrell and Bakers Beach.
Simply a matter of retracing our steps and headed back to Vincent.
A lovely 8km - 2 hour walk. That turned into a four hour walk with all the stops. Perfect.
... hatte erwartet, dass sie größer wären, tatsächlich waren sie aber relativ klein und im Wasser sahen sie aus wie schwimmende Baby-Krokodile. Wenn man sie entdeckt, kann man ein Teil vom Schnabel und Körper über der Wasseroberfläche sehen, was schwierig zu erkennen ist, weil Wasser und Schnabeltier farblich kaum zu unterscheiden sind. Wenn man einmal weiß, wonach man Ausschau halten muss, ist es etwas einfacher. Wir fuhren weiter ins Reserve und ...