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Day-6 Wynyard Town in Tasmania Known For Its Table Cape Tulip Farm

Where is Wynyard? The north-west coast of Launceston and Hobart. It sandwiches between Devonport and Stanley. If you notice this photo taken from Burnie City earlier in the blog post, you can see a flat table at the background horizon. That’s where the Waratah-Wynyard town and the famous Table Cape lookout, Lighthouse and a tulip…

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Day-2 Spirit of Tasmania, Devonport

Spirit of Tasmania, Devonport Arrival: 6:00 AM at Devonport, Tasmania on Sept. 19, 2015 Day 2, arrival at Devonport. You know when you arrived while sleeping when the captain of the ship rings his bell I meant his microphone to announce arrival and instructions how to get out the ferry with or without vehicles. What…

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Day-1 Spirit of Tasmania, Port Melbourne

Spirit of Tasmania Ferry at Port Melbourne, Victoria Australia Departure: 7:30 PM from Port Melbourne, Victoria Arrival: 6:00 AM at Devonport, Tasmania For those who have been following our live stream broadcasting through Periscope on our travel to Tasmania, we greatly appreciate your time and supporting our scopes. Some of you have mentioned if we…

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Bushfire Aftermath at Lake Mountain in Autumn

A day getaway to one of the Australia’s Victorian Alpine region with a bushfire aftermath. A surprising journey without checking the weather condition. Sometimes, not planning your destination brings you a spicy journey and the moments of travel enjoyable especially with nature photography. Looking back on our travels would bring us deeper appreciation from what…

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Motel Tariffs vs. AirBnB Tariffs in Australia

Motel tariffs vs. AirBnB tariffs in Australia based on local standard context. Having a quick research on tariffs on AirBnB at the last minute limited us not to choose it as our final option. The pros and cons will depend on everyone’s budgets, needs or luxuries, experiences, culture attitudes and expectations. Each country has their…

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The Rocks at Lancefield Victoria Australia – Part I

Lancefield, Victoria Australia on our first visit was a great hidden scenery surprised! Unplanned drive through brought us to this beautiful rocky country town. Just an hour drive from Melbourne. Lancefield is one of the country towns hosting Farmers’ Market with 65 to 70 stalls monthly and other events. It is believed to be producing…

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First Adventure at Shelly Beach Warrnambool, Victoria

Featuring: Shells and Starfish encounter for Jennifer One of our first adventures trips in Australia as a new couple during our honeymoon trip in Spring 2005. After long night shifts of Brian from his workplace, they finally had a break together for the very first time and driving around some Victoria’s tourist spots and some…

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Healesville Victoria, Australia Holiday Weekend

Featuring Healesville Victoria, Australia holiday weekend. Our first visit to Healesville Sanctuary to watch that gorgeous Koala in the park and other Australian exotic wild animals. It’s one of our favourite destinations in Australia. First-time travellers and tourists who love nature and wild animals, this is a great place to visit although any Australian sanctuary…