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“Interesting history from 1884 of the quarantining of arrivals to Tasmania, including internment of German Nationals in 1914, and quarantine of soldiers returning from WW1”
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“Bruny Island is well known for their White Wallabies. We head up either Lockleys Road or Francis Lane to Seaview Road which are all on the same strip as the Rustic Beachfront around 3.30 -4pm . Drive really slowly though as we have nicked named Lockleys Road " Kangaroo Road " as there are so many jumping around. Very good chance of spotting the White Wallaby, I had one in the back yard of Rustic Beachfront when I got up not that long ago.”
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“Aboriginal Cave Shelter of the Melukerdee band of the Palawa people. A ten minutes walk from the end of the road at Coningham Nature Recreation Area takes you to a traditional coastal cave shelter. With respectful observation, it is possible to see layers of shells, bone fragments and charcoal. Nearby Coningham beach is superb with lovely views, public toilets, cute boat sheds & great for families. ”
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“Starts at Randalls Bay Beach, ascending 200m to the summit of Echo Sugarloaf with 360 views of the mountains of Southwest National Park, Huon River, D’Entrecasteaux Channel & Cygnet township. Approximately 40 minutes each way or 4.4km return. Rare bird & animal species such as the Swift Parrot & echidnas may be sighted along the way.”
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“Unique wildlife sanctuary and native gardens, conducted tours and all endemic bird sightings including Wedge Tail and Sea Eagles.”
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