Sunday 7th June,
Bit windy and overcast but we are heading to see the Tessellated Pavements, Devils Kitchen, Tasman Arch and the Blowhole, and on our way home dropped into the Chocolate factory and into Fortescue Bay and saw the camping area. We got away at 9.15 am and didn’t get back until 4pm, very tired. Great day. Weather was kind and it didn’t rain. Cooked tea up in the kitchen, quiet neat catching up with others that you chattered to the day before. Really blowing and raining now.
These Green Rosella’s were everywhere and certainly use to people at the Big 4. They would come so close you could hardly take their photo. The owners were saying the birds are all so hungry.
View from the edge of the Tessellated Pavements.
The doorways are so small in all the old buildings, we were told that the average height of the people back in the last century was 5′ 6″. Hence Don is taller than that.
The ceiling and how they were made, they are restoring them bit by bit.
This is one of the dogs of the dog line, they had 18 of these ugly ( only a mother could love ) things to get past if the convicts tried to escape.
Very rugged along the Tasman Coast.
Blow hole not doing much blowing today.
There she blows, I have been here for quiet some time and I think this is my lot. The turbulence of the water is fascinating.
This is the opening out to see from the blowhole.
This opening is where the arch broke away, amazing rocks and formations here,
Down at the Jetty.
This vehicle was in the car park, loved the sign.
This Devils Kitchen is so huge and deep cant get any angle to show the size, plus you cant get past the barriers and foliage when you are to short. This very aptly named feature gets it’s name from the cauldron of foaming fury, normally seen at water level from the viewing platform several hundred feet above.
I just loved this wee house, it even had lace curtains. This is at Doo-Town, most of the house’s in Doo-Town have some sort of Doo in a name of their house, just to many photo’s of the house’s to post. Doo-Town cant grow any bigger because of Deer farming and National parks that surround it.
Chocolate Factory on our way back and saw this statue. And yes I bought some fudge, real nice.