Saturday, 28 May 2022

Another Sunday Drive. Last in the Series.

 More of another Sunday drive down Huonville way, Tasmania Australia.  More countryside and as you can see for autumn time there isn't a lot of colour other than many shades of green.








Wednesday, 25 May 2022

Another Sunday drive.

More photos of a Sunday drive when staying in Huonville Tasmania.  Once again as we drove along.







Monday, 23 May 2022

Sunday Drive

More photos of the Sunday drive down Huonville way.  Most photos were taken whilst moving in the car.



Bales of Hay most likely.


 As you drive around the Huonville area you see these large apple shed and apples for sale, it's help yourself to the produce for a fee.  The apples are kept in a fridge by the farmer/orchardist.


The above photo is of a small area of a cherry farm.

Friday, 20 May 2022

A Sunday drive

One Sunday whilst in Huonville we went for a drive around it a big circle or square, some photos of the journey, more later. First photo is the Supermarket area, second an older home in need of repair.  All photos were taken as we moved along in the car.




Tassall is a Tasmanian Salmon producer based in Huonville, Tasmania and other areas of Tasmania. This is one of their buildings.
Below, someones shed.

 

Some scenery from the car as we drove along and Willy Smith's Apple Shed, an Apple Museum.

Wednesday, 18 May 2022

Tahune Airwalk_3

From the Airwalk at Tahune the view below.  The River is the Huon River.  The path you see is a long one to a swinging bridge which goes over the Huon River and back to the beginning of one of the walks. The second last photo shows the beginning of those 104 steps and behind it the picnic area.








Monday, 16 May 2022

Tahune Airwalk_2

 On the way up to the Tahune Airwalk, the view on the walk so many trees gone in the bush fire from a few years back - rather sad.









Friday, 13 May 2022

Tahune Airwalk.

Tahune Airwalk and Adventures isn't too far south from Huonville.  We had been to the airwalk several years ago and decided to go again.  There were 104 steps up to the walk, we managed with many stops along the way because as you get older you just can't spring up those steps like you used to do..and mind you there were plenty of young people stopping for rests as well.

There is a big car park, accommodation, a shelter shed which is in the first photo with tables outside.  You can go hang gliding and there are many walks within the park.  A few years ago a savage bush fire burnt down heaps of trees so hence the bush is not at it's best with so many trees now gone.  The whole area including the tree walk was closed for a couple of years for safety reasons.  There is an admission fee which is not that expensive.



If you enlarge the above photo and read a little it tells you of the Policeman who was protector of the pines.  The photo below tells of the Custodians of this Land.



The Huon River looking both ways.  This River is the one that goes through Huonville further north.