We left Bruny Island & headed up north for our date with a big boat. Before we got there, however, we took time to drop into Launceston for some caravan repairs. We then headed down the Tamar River to a lovely little spot called Kelso.
We were hoping to see lots of wombats, however, over the last number of years mange has reduced the population in this area to a point where they are rarely seen.
We went to a walk in the old town of York Town. There is not much left to see but it is the 5th oldest settlement in Australia being settled in 1804.
The view from West Head near Greens Beach.
A couple of visits to local wineries.
Lunch at Beauty Point Waterfront Hotel was delicious with a wonderful view over some of the vessels of the Australian Maritime College.
The Auld Kirk Presbyterian Church built in 1845 & a lead light lighthouse on the Tamar River.
So we finally had to leave Tassie after another great visit. We will be back soon.