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Hubby and I loved Hobart. The good thing is that now we can fly direct from Perth to Hobart whereas when we did this trip, we had to fly via Melbourne. So…

We spent the last day at Richmond just out of Hobart and closer to the airport. The old convict build bridge here fascinated me, plus a street with an old…

This is an old convict penal settlement. We enjoyed hearing the stories of the early settlers including many convicts from England who were banished to…

The Bay of Fires is famous for it's firey coloured rocks. Luck was not on our side as the weather was not kind for us. A work colleague recently visited…

Bicheno on the coast between St Helens and Coles Bay is well worth a stop. There's an amazing blowhole and the Lobster Shack right on the beach where we had an…

From Batman Bridge, through wine country to a lavender farm and a free campsite to an old mining town, past amazing tree carvings and an old cosy outback pub…

Pyengana should be No. 1 on your places to visit in Tasmania. It is half way between Weldborough and St Helens on the east coast. Pyengana has three major…

We drove from Launceston across the top and across to the eastern coast and down to Hobart. I recommend this trip. We called it tasting Tasmania. And that is…

Hubby and I hired a small campervan and drove from Launceston to Hobart across to the east coast and down. Tasmania is all about the food and wine. So of…
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