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Esperance and my Great Grandfather

My Great Grandfather was a convict transported to Tasmania on the 7th March 1842 on board the Eden 2, arriving in Tasmania on the 5th July 1842. From

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Count the wombats at Ronny Creek

I would get off the plane in Hobart early on a Saturday morning and hire a car. First stop - the Salamanca markets. Great food, buskers and fantastic

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Cradle Mountain, a dream for years

This place has been on my bucket list for years - ever since doing my Tourism studies as a mature age student and studying the pristine area. When I saw

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Eddystone Point Lighthouse, NE coast of Tasmania

I would like to visit the Eddystone Point lighthouse after reading of the renovations in the free to read newsletter at the Lighthouses of Australia website.

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Port Arthur, oozing with interesting history

I find history so interesting. And this place is oozing with it.. It has a very sad history, but I guess all prisons do. As I am going to Port Arthur

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