Decided this pergola had some great shape. Always loved looking at this park when I taught at Sorell.
This one is for Sue in Western Australia.
This is where the famous Cadbury chocolates are made in Tasmania.
Not sure when the house burnt down but this is all that remains of the chimney. We did have big bushfires in 1967 but I reckon it might have been more recent than that.
We often go to a little restaurant at Lachlan near New Norfolk. This is the lovely BBQ area outside the restaurant. I have heard that the property is for sale – house, shop and restaurant.
Walked on Bellerive beach and this was the view to Hobart and Wrest Point Casino on far left (tall white building).
Tasmania, being the second oldest state in Australia, has many firsts or oldest. This includes the Bush Inn in New Norfolk which is Australia’s oldest continuously licensed hotel.
Went for a drive through the foothills of Mount Wellington and into the town called Glenlusk on my way to Molesworth. Noticed this little house covered in bottles.
The Playhouse is a beautiful building with fantastic acoustics inside. I often go to the Christmas pantomime and other shows held at ‘The Playhouse’. Reading about it on its website, I found out it had been a church mission before becoming a theatre place.
This is the first Congregational church in Australia and it is now in a desperate state of repair.