I’m summarizing our route during the travel in Tasmania.
Since we saw a lot of wildlife in Tasmania and Melbourne I’m making a summary about it. Let’s see.
On the last day of this travel in Melbourne, we walked around the CBD and enjoyed shopping.
We can list a lot of things to do in Melbourne, the problem is how to decide where to go. I picked up some must-go areas such as Flinders street Station, Federation Square, Queen Victoria Market etc. Let’s see photos showing how we enjoyed Melbourne.
I would suggest staying at least one night around Port Campbell National park as there would be a little time to visit some lookouts if only one day trip takes place. Our plan is to visit Loch Ard Gorge, London bridge as well as 12 Apostles again.
Following the travel to Tasmania, we went on a trip to Melbourne. Melbourne is the second-largest city in Australia and the nation’s artistic heartland. What I was interested in were mainly the Great Ocean Road and Cafe culture so I’m uploading some information and photos that I hope to be helpful.
Today was the final day of our travel in Tasmania. After breakfast buffet which was included in the plan of Cradle Mountain lodge, we took a 20 minutes walk around Cradle Mountain Lodge.
In the morning we tried to enter the Cradle Mountain national park by car however it was not allowed due to traffic congestion inside the park, meaning we needed to utilize Shuttle Bus running every 20 minutes as shown below.
1. LAUNCESTON Launceston is the second largest city in Tasmania. Atmosphere is good, and the size of city was larger than I thought. Our plan on the third day was first to take a walk in this city and have breakfast then move to Cataract Gorge.
Our second day had a lot of activities to do and places to visit. The main route was through Hobart, Richmond, Ross, Freycinet National park (to see Wineglass Bay) then Launceston. The route was the longest way for drive in the 5-day travel.