My husband works hard and we only get one weeks holiday a year as a family. This year we made the trip across the Tasman to Tasmania. It’s the middle of winter so it was freezing. Tasmania is known for it’s fresh produce, great wine and cheeses and wilderness filled with the most amazing flora and fauna.
Here are a few snaps from our journey across the ‘Apple Isle’.
|The Bay of Fire – Named for the red algae on the rocks|
|Bay Of Fire|
|Looking over at Bruny Island|
|Mandatory trip to the Cadbury Chocolate Factory|
|Cradle Mountain – Dove Lake|
|Hobart Harbour near Constitution Wharf|
|Summit of Mt Wellington|
|Looking over Hobart from Mt Wellington|
|Port Arthur – Convict Colony|
|Pirate Bay – Pot of Gold at the end of the Rainbow|
|Richmond Grove Winery|
|Snow Fight on Mt Wellington|
|Cold Children at a winery|
|Paddymelon Wallaby on Cradle Mountain. These cuties and wombats