Tag Archives: Tasmania

You…Your Bay is on Fire!!

So two points of our Tasmania Triangle have been done – Launceston and Hobart and it was off the the last point – St. Helen’s on the eastern shores. We plotted our course and the best way to get there was to go back down the Heritage Highway (partway) and then to take the a […]

Red Red Wine…

One of the top things to do in and around Launceston is to take a tour of the nearby Tamar Valley – especially a wine tour amongst some of the over 20 vineyards and cellar doors that dot the riverbank. Since we always explore our surroundings it would have been rude not to sample some […]

Heritage Highway

After 12 months on the road we had worked out some strategies to make the commuting days less stressful and to pack in as much as possible on our journey. With a 180km drive between Hobart and Launceston in store we decided to take our time and add some stops along the way. You can […]

I’ve got a golden ticket?

As we tucked into bed in the campervan all thoughts were on tomorrow’s journey. We would be taking the Heritage Highway all the way up to Launceston in the North-West of Tasmania – cutting right through the heartland of the country and taking in all the amazing scenery. However, as John dozed off, all he […]

Down in Tasmania… Here in Tasmania…

The third week of January is always a week of celebrations in our house, John junior turns a year older on 19th and Karen 4 days later. For many years we have celebrated with a birthday trip. Destinations have included New York, Morzine and Goa… This year we had one more occasion to celebrate our […]