DIY Tasmania - Pt.34.7.15
Finally reaching the last chapter. Yay! Gotta say this was definitely the best day and left me with great memories. We had some time to kill in the morning and decided to see a bit of Tasmania's history in Richmond.
Bridge St, Richmond TAS
St John's Catholic Church, which is the oldest church still in use in Australia
Sorell Fruit Farm
174 Pawleena Road Sorell 7172
We tried to hit up one more strawberry farm to see if we could pick for free. No such luck. In fact picking was more expensive than just going to a Woolies.
After a few more hours of driving we finally hit Hobart! Being a city girl at heart I could not be more thrilled. Seeing cars and the lovely sight of concrete and buildings and bustling people. Okay so it wasn't bustling ... at all but compared to the country I felt like yelling PPEOPPPLEEE thank goodness.
Princes Wharf No.1
Unfortunately for me, after being in the city for a small while, and having wifi (almost stayed at the motel the whole day because of that) we headed back out to the countryside.
5831 Lyell Hwy, Hamilton TAS
I can't remember his name but he was having none of my I just want to have a mini photo shoot with you nonsense.
Just a heads up though, the dogs aren't part of the package. The package we got was $110 per person, which includes lunch, watching the sheep dogs herd the sheep, sheep shearing and a tour of the whole farm. There's beef and lamb of course but I have an allergy to beef and I'm not that into lamb so chicken it is! The lemon water was amazing it was so cleansing but sweet and yummy all at the same time