Being checkout day from the Swansea Motor Inn, I headed back to the Saltshaker for a third time where they knew what my order was going to be 🙂
A quick call to Parks and Wildlife Tasmania confirmed that the Wineglass Bay walking tracks would be reopened so off I went.
Much busier than yesterday with trouble finding parking, the track took about 3hrs to complete including the Wineglass Bay Lookout – with postcard perfect scenery – and the track to the beach itself. Worth noting, it’s a rocky but easy descent to the beach, so make sure you keep hydrated for the return walk up those uneven boulders. Bring your beach stuff too!
With the clock hitting 3pm it’s was time to head towards Hobart, though I needed a feed and briefly stopped by at Kate’s Berry Farm and enjoyed French Crepes and a strong tea with honey.
The drive to Hobart took less time than I thought and was lovely seeing Mt Wellington dominate the skyline as the A3 highway rolled around a rocky bend and straight toward the striking Tasman Bridge into the city.
Last but not least, it was a delight surprise some of the Oberek crew that I met earlier at PolArt who were playing their usual weekly mixed netball, with a dominating win of 23-9, great way to end the day.