Marg on 28 March 2016

We arrived at Kelso In the Tamar Valley near the mouth of the Tamar River to spend two days, before we had to move on to Ulverstone.  Now that we are at Kelso, had we known, we could have booked in here for six days.  It is a lovely Big 4 caravan park, with promises […]

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Marg on 22 March 2016

We arrived here on Sunday, taking a short drive from White Beach.  St Helens is a much more ‘touristy’ town, with a main strip of shops, a good supermarket, but in Tassie you don’t see the large shopping centres that we have in the outskirts of Melbourne.  I haven’t seen a Target, but Russ has […]

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Marg on 17 March 2016

Before arriving at Freycinet, we had a few leisurely days, which was just as well as I had a few health problems.  On one of my better days, we had lunch at Steward’s Bay Resort.  This was an amazing place, tucked away off the main road and if you were not wanting camping or caravan […]

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Marg on 10 March 2016

As mentioned, we are at White Beach.  Previously we were in Southern Tasmania and to get to South East Tasmania, we had to go back through Huonville, Hobart, then come down again.  The distances are not that far, but a few extra roads would be helpful. We have had to book in for 10 days. […]

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Marg on 6 March 2016

We are way down south and Telstra hasn’t discovered the place yet!  (I think they have, but it wasn’t working while we were here.)  My iiNet was too slow for photos in the blog, so the blog has had to wait until the week after. While there, we went on the Ida Bay Train.  This […]

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Marg on 1 March 2016

We went to the Southern Forests, where we did the Tahune Airwalk.  This amazing structure has been built by Forestry Tasmania. This region is described as having ‘deep soils and high rainfall, producing the tallest flowering plant in the world; the Eucalyptus Regnuns’, known locally as The Swamp Gum.  The Forestry Tasmania staff discovered the […]

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