Friday 10th Finns Beach

The bird life here is really good. We were very fortunate to see a Spotted Quoll today. Tasmania’s wild cat. We drove to Geeveston and decided to stay as its so beautiful, need to explore this area.

 Finns Beach  Finns Beach  Filthy toilet rubbish on the edge of the beach, we have seen a lot of this sort of thing, absolutely filthy.  Went for a walk and came across this beautiful garden in the middle of nowhere.  This is our camp spot at Finns beach, clean drop toilets, ocean on the right, forest on our left. Magic spot.  Two wee Baby Wrens, I watched them for ages, mum was coming and feeding them.  Dad sitting watching me I think, so moved away, let them be.  So cold and damp here most of the time, moss on everything. Can you feel the heat, was a good fire.

Thursday 9th Finns Beach

Rained most of the early hours but warm. Went for a walk to the beach, ocean very calm, winds also eased. Sun did finally shine through even if not for long. We have a few other campers here all lovely people.

 Fire started from a camp fire.  These people love their fishing.  Finns beach. All very peaceful.

Tuesday 7th on our way to cockle creek

Left really early to get all the way today. Cockle Creek is the most southerly road in Australia. Beautiful drive, had lots of stops along the way, got in at 4.15 pm so made good time. Here are images from Oatlands to Cockle.

 New subdivision, Hobart area.  Driving into Hobart,  Building in Hobart.  Down at the docks by Salamanca.  Huonville. Most beautiful area.  Huonville.  Dover. Dover.  Finns Beach.  Finns Beach.  Finns Beach.

Camping at Finns Beach, just up from Cockle Creek.