We left Queenstown March 2020 and headed up the highway to Wynyard on the North West Coast of Tasmania. Map below.
A house at Queenstown which would have once been a miners cottage.
Then a few photos of the main street in Roseberry, a mining town, not so much today.
The road photos were taken in the vehicle as we moved along and gives idea of the terrain as we went along. The road is narrow in places but it's beautiful.
The marker on the map is where Roseberry is, we continued north to where Somerset is then west to Wynyard.
I keep traveling with you...ReplyDelete
That's good, hope you are enjoying.Delete
Lovely village!nice little home the first one!ReplyDelete
Some of those houses in Queenstown are really well kept, other not so much.Delete
Great to see all these nice places you have seen on your trip.
So special with the cozy houses and the mountains at that area. Wonderful.
More nice photos one day I will get to see lTassie againnDelete
Marco, Glad you like seeing them..Delete
Hopefully you will get here again.
Tienes razón. El camino es precioso. En algunos puntos aparece la niebla y le da un toque especial a la imagen.ReplyDelete
Rather partial to fog, it intrigues me and give the scene a different feel.Delete
I suspect that the first cottage contained a bigger family than would seem possible today.ReplyDelete
Thank you (again) for taking us traveling with you.
You are welcome.Delete
Probably a much larger family living there way back, there is the Catholic School and a Public School at Queenstown..
Nice to see these photographs.ReplyDelete
The cloud was quite low wasn't it.
All the best Jan
It sure was, very low but at least we could see through it.Delete
Lots of mist and some rain.ReplyDelete
Was very pretty travelling that highway, fog lifted some km on.Delete
I am enjoying your travels. Thanks.ReplyDelete
Thank you Rosie.Delete
Not everyplace can be a tourist's delight--- I like these studies of small towns.ReplyDelete
Not every place but so many are..Delete
Thanks for more glimpses of Tasmania - one of my favourite places on earth.ReplyDelete
This is a most interesting trip...to places I'd not heard of previously...eye-opening beauty...and oh, so peaceful.ReplyDelete
Thanks, Margaret. :)
Very peaceful Lee.Delete
Another pretty area, have a lovely weekend!ReplyDelete
It is nice to tag along with you on your tour of the small towns and countryside. It a good way to see your part of the world from my own home.ReplyDelete
That's lovely Nancy.Delete
That's very true travelling from home as we might all be doing for a while yet :)
Nice little village. Beautiful photos, thanks for sharing your trip, I'm enjoying it. Growing up, my sister used to have a penpal from Tasmania.ReplyDelete
You are welcome Bill.Delete
Good way to travel via blogs of those that have travelled.
Really! regarding your sister with the penpal :)
Bella serie de imagenes, como siempre bien documentadasReplyDelete
Roseberry must be a very quiet place.ReplyDelete
Take care and be well
Extremely quiet place these days Maria...just a few houses and the main street which is the highway..Delete
Los paisajes se ven preciosos. Besos.ReplyDelete
This Is How I Have Pictured Tasmania - Excellent Shots - Thank YouReplyDelete
You had a good travel. I like to go around a town I visit for the first time.ReplyDelete
Always good to explore new places or return to ones you have been to..
Beautiful photos :)ReplyDelete
Thank you Iwona.Delete
Gracias por compartir tan bellas imágenes de este bello y singular país.ReplyDelete
Un cordial saludo.
Thank you Manuel and you are welcome.Delete
Hello Margaret. A wonderful journey, for me really very attractive views, mountains, fog, greenery - something wonderful!ReplyDelete
That is lovely that you enjoyed the views.Delete
The road does look a bit narrow and the weather not so good along this part of your drive, margaret, Still the road views are nice to see and the way I have also taken many photos.ReplyDelete
The road was narrow in places but on the whole it's a fairly good highway.Delete
road to Roseberry is so beautiful dear Margaret :)ReplyDelete
thank you for taking along ,i thoroughly enjoyed the views on the way :)
That's good you enjoyed Baili.Delete