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Mission #5: Farewell Tassie

So I wrote about my last adventure in Tassie but I haven't mentioned a lot about the campervan sites! I wrote an article about top reasons to campervan the state here. Before we went on this trip, I discovered many locals on TripAdvisor opposed to campervanning, especially for inexperienced people. We did it anyway, didn't ...

Mission #5: Hobart

The end of the circle - Hobart! Most people will tell you to not spend long in Hobart, but we had a day to waste before our flight, so we dropped by MONA and Mure's Upper Deck for dinner. MONA Of course we had heard of its quirkiness, and I love weird things. But still - I didn't have it too high on my list of things to ...

Mission #5: Richmond & Tasman Peninsula

Port Arthur takes more than a day to explore. Our second day there was Christmas Day, but a warning - not all buildings are open to the public despite the site being open. It seems this way because of lack of staff. This means on our second day, we had some time to spare after finishing Port Arthur quite quickly. First we ...

Mission #5: Port Arthur

Finally, my Tasmania posts continue! The last place we left off was Freycinet National Park. Our next stop - Port Arthur, recently named the top Major Tourist Attraction at the 2014 Australian Tourism Awards. Tucked away in the Tasman Peninsula (south-west corner of Tassie) you wouldn't expect such a win from this ...

Mission #5: Freycinet

After a drive to the east coast, it suddenly dawned on us that this holiday was going too fast.

Mission #5: Cataract Gorge

With a packed itinerary in Tasmania, Launceston almost didn't make the cut. But to break up a long drive from Cradle Mountain to the east coast, we thought we might as well drop by the popular Cataract Gorge for lunch. ...

What Did You Miss?

If you ever think my blog is getting a little quiet, remember I write for a few other websites about my adventures! I've been getting back into the swing of things and now it's just articles non-stop. ...