Blog for Tasmania I Drive
|Posted on May 3, 2017 at 6:00 PM|
On tour to St Helen's to the stunning Binnalong Bay and Bay of Fires then off for lunch at The Holy Cow Cafe at Pyengana (best cheesecake in the state). We stopped into Legerwood to the Soldier's Memorial Wood Carving Sculptures on the way to Launceston for the evening. The next day, started with a visit to Launceston's gem the Cataract Gorge then off to Mole Creek's Marakoopa Caves to witness the cutest little glow worms in Tasmania on the Underwater Rivers & Glow Worm Tour. Then off to experience Tasmania's National Treasure, the Cradle Mountain region. The next day, we stopped into Sheffield, the town of Murals, then a night at historic Deloraine, the home to The Tasmanian Craft Fair which is the largest working display of arts and crafts in Australia with more than 200 artists and artisans and 20,000 annual visitors. The following day began with retail therapy then via the Great Lakes to Curringa Sheep Farm.