Coles Bay/White Beach 2/4/22- 7/2/22

Stayed at Coles Bay on Freycinet Pininsula for a few days. The weather was ordinary on first day but it then cleared up. No walk or tour of Wineglass Bay this time as we have done it previously in perfect weather. What to do on an ordinary day, eat oysters.

A drive to the White Water Wall didn’t disappoint on a very swelly day.

Lucky to get a photo of this beautiful Scarlet Robin

A quick drive down a track to Bluestone Bay

The weather cleared up so we did a walk around Cape Tourville Lighthouse.

Lunch at Freycinet Lodge

A great view of The Hazzards from the boat ramp.

Always stop at the Pondering Frog, its always interesting, the hospitality and breakfast were great.

The Dunalley Hotel was the next stop for a night with dinner, unfortunatly it was not this crab. Did find a couple of mates in the back paddock, you know who you are 🙂

A couple of great days at White Beach on the Tasman Peninsula. Great spot, the beach was glorious.

The view out to Maingon Bay

Just around the corner is the Remarkable Cave. You could walk through at one stage but the nanny state won’t let you now.

We then did a 5km walk to the Maingon Blowhole. A bery impressive hole it is.

Ulrika found some pretty coastal plants on the walk.

A stop for a quick gin tasting.

Tessellated Pavement blows your mind.

Norfolk Bay convict Station is now a B&B. Lovely old building.

A quick 9 holes at the Tasman Golf Club. Not a bad view from clubhouse. The 8th is a ripper over the water.

The sunsets on the beach were spectacular. Each night was so different.

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