Monthly Archives: April 2021

Australia, Tasmania, Bicheno to Launceston, 29 April 2021

Bicheno to Launceston – I decided to take the long way and do some sightseeing, what an interesting day it turned out to be. None of these places have good sign posts and I was alone at all of them … Continue reading

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Australia, Tasmania, Bicheno, Wineglass Bay, 27 – 28 April 2021

Hobart to Bicheno on the East coast of Tasmania. The scenery is much calmer with less rain on this side of the island. Blue skies and 17c for two days in a row, perfect weather for the steep 3 km … Continue reading

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Australia, Tasmania, Hobart, 20 – 26 April 2021

Queenstown to Hobart is another torturous winding road 268 kms and it took 4:44 hrs in a drizzle. Queenstown by the way is the wettest town in Tasmania and the West has more rain and rugged mountainous terrain than the … Continue reading

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Australia, Queenstown and Strahan, 17 – 19 April 2021

On the way from Somerset to Queenstown I had to go past Cradle Mountain NP so I decided to have another look as it was earlier in the day and should not be so crowded. I arrived there at 10:00 … Continue reading

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Australia, Tasmania, Somerset, 14 – 16 April 2021

I used Somerset as a base to explore the North West area of Tasmania. On the first day I visited the Nut, a huge rock which is the remnant of a volcano, the Edge of the World which is a rocky … Continue reading

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Australia, Spirit of Tasmania, Davenport 12 – 13 April 2021

Left Mount Gambier at 0810 or 0840 Eastern Standard Time, this will be the last time I have to change the time on all my devices. I crossed the Victorian border after about 20 minutes, the speed limit drops from … Continue reading

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Australia, Adelaide, 04 – 11 April 2021

Ceduna to Adelaide only stopped twice for fuel 776 kms in 8 hours. Adelaide – population 1.35 million, the smallest of the big five Australian State Capitals and a very nice city. Broad streets with wide pavements and a bustling … Continue reading

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Australia, Kalgoorlie to Ceduna, 31 March – 03 April 2021

¬†Kalgoorlie Superpit – First stop was the Superpit Lookout on the outskirts of Kalgoorlie, this never ceases to amaze me. The scale is so big that the monstrous trucks used to haul the ore out of the pit look like … Continue reading

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