Category Archives: Places

Tasmania Week 1

Saturday 10/3/18 to Sunday 18/3/18 How lovely it was to get to Nan’s place at Somerset.  We spent a few days here just relaxing, having some outings, chatting and enjoying the time.  Nan has so many stories to tell about my great grandparents and other relatives, who mostly lived in the north west of Tasmania. […]
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Melbourne VIC

At the end of the day at Phillip Island we travelled toward Melbourne and camped on the Tooradin foreshore for the night.  It was really hot that afternoon so we spent it in the shade of a tree by the water. The next day we took the scenic route up into the Dandenong Ranges, travelling […]
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Phillip Island VIC

Leaving Paynesville we made our way slowly toward Melbourne.  Called in to Port Albert which was an important port in the 1850’s gold rush era.  We continued on and went up to the wind farm at Toora.  We travelled through many small villages and coastal towns, such as picturesque Inverloch, before setting up camp at Dalyston […]
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Paynesville VIC

Paynesville was a destination we were keen to make on time as the Classic Boat Rally was being held there on the first weekend of March.  We stayed for three nights on Prince of Wales, a beautiful boat owned by our friends Jeff & Natalie.  They very kindly allowed us to stay on this exceptionally […]
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On The Road Again

Leaving Brou Lake we passed through beautiful Narooma and Bermagui before stopping for the night at “Wilton Park” (a private property that allows vans and RV’s to stay overnight for a donation of $10). Next day we travelled through Tathra, which has a lot of very interesting history, to Merimbula.  Merimbula is a lovely place […]
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