Days 55 and 56 in Tassie

12th January, 2018.

Having completed the sight-seeing we wanted to do in Mount Field National Park, we broke camp and headed further south-east. When we arrived at the historic town of Franklin, there were only a couple of campsites available at the foreshore camping ground. Once we tucked ourselves away at the end of the back row, we had a walk around to look at this small but interesting town situated on the western bank of the Huon River.

13th January, 2018.

We decided on a day trip further south following fairly closely along the river. Geeveston is also a pretty and interesting town with one of the best Visitor Centres we have seen. Rustic carvings of local identities are placed around the town.

Rain soon drove us back to the shelter of our car and we set out to explore the coastline as far south as the bitumen would take us.

It was a very pleasant drive but there is not a lot to say about it.

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3 Responses to Days 55 and 56 in Tassie

  1. Geoff Burgess. says:

    Hi , I mentioned previously about Fat Pig Farm. Great degustation luncheon on the farm. Just across the river on the way to Cygnet. Glad all’s going well.

    • swisslulu says:

      Yes, I checked it out when you first mentioned it Geoff but it was already fully booked for the whole time we are here. 😔 Will have to save it for next time and book before we leave home!!

  2. johanna howard says:

    nice boats and carvings.

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