Thursday, January 16, 2014

Bye Hobart...Here we come East Coast!

 After 6 nights in Hobart and lots of looking around, it's time to move on and head up the East Coast.  Our first stop is Richmond, a very busy little town with lots of lovely shops to look in!

The Richmond Bridge is the oldest bridge still in use in Australia. It was built using convict labour in 1823.
 Heading further up north, we stop to have a look at the Spiky Bridge.  It also was built by convicts and they say the spikes were put there to stop the cattle from straying.
We camp the night in Freycinet National Park at Friendly beaches.  It was pretty windy and cold, but the girls were still keen to get in their swimmers.

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