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October 6, 2017

Stanley

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Stanley Tasmania

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Burnie

We stopped at Burnie to stretch and grab a light lunch on the way to Stanley. Makers Workshop has a café serving decent light meals and coffee. You might be able to spot a penguin just out side if you time it right. I didn’t see any. burnie burnie

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The view from the car. We are passing by the Rocky Cape.rocky cape

Stanley

Stanley is a beautiful little town with some jaw dropping sceneries. stanley stanley stanley stanley stanley

This restaurant below (Stanley hotel bistro) has really decent food. The steak and grilled pink ling were awesome. Mains between $20 to $40. Great service. stanley

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Probably the most famous nut in the world. The Nutthe nut stanley the nut stanley

It is a steep steep hike up to the nut. I felt like a goat but it was worth it.the nut stanley stanley stanley stanley stanley stanley

If you don’t want to feel like a mountain goat, you could go for the chair lift if they are operating on the day. stanley chair lift This is a really stunning track. One of my favourite. You can tell by the number of photos I took.stanley stanley stanley stanley stanley stanley stanley stanley stanley

I’m not sure if this actually count as a look out. It looks ancient. stanley stanley nut stanley

High field

There is an entrance fee but you can still enjoy the view of the surrounding area even if you don’t want to go inside. highfield stanley highfield stanley highfield stanley highfield stanley highfield stanley stanley nut stanley tasmania I really liked Stanley. If you plan to travel Northern Tasmania for a short trip, I highly recommend Stanley. If you are going to east coast, don’t miss the gardens on the Bay of Fires.

Boat Harbourboat harbour tasmania boat harbour boat harbour tasmania boat harbour tasmania boat harbour tasmaniaBoat harbour has a very nice café for breakfast. You could stop by and have a cuppa and a brekkie on the way to the Rocky Cape National Park. Don’t miss the Table cape if you have time.

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