Tassie Holiday 2018
In March we used a conference for Angela in Hobart as an excuse for our first trip back to Tasmania since we moved home to SA.
I went over on the ferry with the campervan and undertook a 4 day walk into Pine Valley from Lake St Clair before catching up with Angela in Launceston for the rest of the trip.
We headed west, briefly visiting a favourite old haunt, Cradle Mountain enroute to remote Corinna for a couple of nights. We finally rode the Wilderness Railway from Strahan, a trip we never managed while living in Tassie, then on to Battery Point in Hobart where we couldn't quite get enough of the delights at the local bakery or of the blue eye trevalla at Mures on the waterfront ! A cruise to Tasman Island from Port Arthur completed our southern sojourn.
Heading north, we had a couple of days catching up with friends in and around Launceston, before making our way back to Devonport for the crossing back to the big island.
Photos from the trip are HERE
Mt Geryon from Lake Elysia
Excellent bakery in Battery Point !! Jackman & McRoss.
Cruise boat nears Tasman Island
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