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2006 Index

Mainland 2006 1 WA to Melbourne including the Coorong, Mount Gambier and the Great Ocean Road

Mainland 2006 2 a Returning to WA from Melbourne through Victoria including Ballarat, the Grampians, Wimmera

Mainland 2006 2 b South Australia: Bordertown and Naracoorte, the Fleurieu Peninsula, Northern Flinders Ranges, Arkaroola, Maree and some of the South Australian outback

Camping in Tasmania 2006 Where did we stay?  Caravan Parks, National Parks, designated free camps and lakeside

Tasmania 2006 3 North
Tasmania 2006 4 West
Tasmania 2006 5 South

Tasmania 2006 6 East

Tasmania 2006 7 Midlands

Tasmania 2006 8 Central Highlands

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The island state of Tasmania is very different to the mainland and has so much to see, from Hobart which is the second driest Australian Capital City (with rainfall close to Adelaide which is on average has the lowest annual rainfall) to the west coast where four metres of rain can fall throughout the year.  With so much convict era history, water from beautiful mountain lakes powering hydro-electricity, lush forests and sparkling waterfalls Tasmania is a place to spend many enjoyable weeks.  In 2006 we also toured the Great Ocean Road on the Victorian limestone coast, gold mining history at Ballarat and the beautiful Flinders Ranges in South Australia. 

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