After our Winter House Sitting near St Helens we travel down the East Coast to eventually work our way around to the Huon Valley and on to Bruny Island. We then returned to the Hobart area at The Lea Scout Camp before starting the third part of our Tasmanian adventure.
The third part of our Tasmanian adventure: Leaving from The Lea Campground near Hobart we head for the West Coast and then complete our island tour through the central areas and back to the North East before departing for Melbourne on March 3, 2020.
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February 16-19, 2020Leaving our old house sit for the last time we travelled Northwards to the Policemans Point Campground; this is the Northernmost camp in the Bay of Fires coastline and is a free camp in a Conservation Area with a Hybrid Toilet block and...
February 9-13, 2020Having lost the service of our diesel heater, and heading for our old house sit near St Helens to fit a replacement, we needed to find another campground with power as the nights are still a little cool. Craggy Peaks is a bit off the beaten...
February 6-9, 2020Keith stopped here in Oatlands last April when the weather was much worse than now so this time we have a chance to walk a little and explore.The camping area here is divided between lake front and a "paddock" opposite which between them can...
February 5, 2020 "James Wilson became the Superintendent of Police for the region and moved into the new little cottage that was built as a police residence and station. From 1863 to 1975, there was always a Wilson living at The Steppes." This is the history of The...
February 3-6, 2020Our second day at Penstock produced a weather change which turned to snow, followed by our diesel heater failing! This necessitated a move to a site wth power and so we moved across to the Great Lakes Hotel, only about 25km away. Heating is...
February 3, 2020 Another 7 km from Penstock Lagoon is the descent down (above) to the Waddamanna Power Station. The first Hydro Power Station in Tasmania's now extensive scheme, Waddamanna A was commissioned in 1916 and in many ways was a pioneering effort. The...
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