New Norfolk - Ouse - Bronte Park - Queenstown - Zeehan - Tullah - Cradle Mountain - Lower Wilmot - Devonport
Australia can be very small, many times I met people twice or more. . six months ago, I met Rogere from England on the Stuart Highway, close to Katherine.
He was on the way from Darwin to Hobart, walking !!! when I left Hobart, heading northwest, I met Rogere again, on the bikepath !!!
cycling became more and more "pain in the a..", too much headwind.. from Ouse to Bronte Park I got a lift and from there I took a bus to Queenstown. from Tullah I again took a bus to Cradle Mountain.
|20 countries, over 3 years, 28.000km..... great experience :-)|
|Ed´s iphone ;-)|
Zeehan is very worth to visit !
abondend town, now a tin mine...
|Katherine with her wooden bike, made by her hsuband in Melbourne|
|many tourists, especially from China .|
|if you drive between dusk and dawn exactly at a speed of 65km/h, a kangaroo will stop you, lift your car and make a full inspection of it !!! what a great service :-)|
|awesome mailbox :-)|
|Peter & Sue Huber, my awesome hosts in Lower Wilmot ! thank you so much !! Peter comes originally from Switzerland|
after Lower Wilmot I arrived back in Devonport. I wanted to explore more of Tasmania, but not by pushbike, I was not more motivated to cycle against the wind and I rent a car... and big pleasure, I met Rob from Munich, member of "Australienfreunde München" (http://www.australienfreundemuenchen.de), who was travelling with his buddy Rob on Tasmania. we met each other in Launceston.. awesome reunion :-)
Beaconsfield , another highlight on Tassie
Grindelwald, the Swiss village
bye bye Tassie ! you are so beautiful !!! will be back again :-)
"touchdown" Melbourne .