Monday, February 28, 2011


A delightfully restored cottage in Ross.

Saturday, February 26, 2011

Arthur's Circle.

Battery Point, Hobart.


Coffee, toasted sandwiches, second hand books and special paper; all from this delightful café/shop.


This is in the middle of nowhere, at Lake St Clair.

Tuesday, February 22, 2011


at Lake St Clair.

Thursday, February 17, 2011


This area is scarred from the mining processes used in the past. Regeneration is in progress.

Tuesday, February 15, 2011

Wonderful Wombats.

At Cradle Mountain, Tasmania. The most that I have ever seen. They are so, so beautiful. I could watch them for hours.

Wednesday, February 9, 2011


Fields and fields of Poppies in Tasmania. I think they are so beautiful.
The fields had signs warning that trespass was illegal and mass consumption toxic.

Thursday, February 3, 2011


Stanley is known for "The Nut"..... A large, rock formation. 9 year old daughter and I took a chairlift to the top and down; 12 year old son and husband E walked. 6 and 4 year old daugthers walked part of the way.

Arrived in Tasmania.

Yay, we are in Tasmania!

Across the Bass Strait.

Boarding the ferry from Melbourne to Devonport, Tasmania. An overnight voyage. I loved it.

Australian Architecture.

One thing that I did learn on this trip was that I have a passion for Australian architecture. Blogger is now cooperating.


I don't mind revisiting our trip slowly, I hope that you don't mind either. I seem to only be able to load one picture per post.....blogger?

Melbourne looked like an amazing city. I would like to go back to explore the alleys, shops, cafe's and inner city suburbs. Beautiful Australian architecture as well.