Launceston

Oct 11  Time to check out the Tamar Valley wines. The area is the oldest wine region in Tasmania, with more than 20 vineyards where you can sample some of the best cool climate wines in the world, the area is renowned for its sparkling wine, pinot gris and pinot noir. Brooke Eden and Jansz were 2 wineries we could not leave empty handed.

We travel on the east Tamar to the historic George Town and pilot station at Low Head. Lilydale Falls completes the days itinerary. We take a look at Batman Bridge which crosses the Tamar Valley about half way down (or up).

        

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  1. Brrhhh!!! Looks exceeding COLD!! Never mind – super to hear from you both – thoroughly enjoyed your comments and the photographs – obviously you are having an absolutely marvellous tine – especially at the Wineries! I imagine Tasmania is extremely green and lush – quite a different e xperience compared the north of Queensland, but all wonderful for you. We are both well – had two storms here yesterday early morning and again in the evening – fortunately no damage but extremely spectacular! Look forward to hearing and seeing your next expedition.
    Loe to you both from Maureen & Gazza

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