Back To Inverell - The End

The last couple of days were a bit of a long haul. Our last stop before Inverell was at Bingara which is one of our favourite little towns. It has the Roxy Theatre (they email us every month with what’s on) and we had lunch next door at Peter’s Diner. It has the best bit of Art Deco anywhere.

We’ve covered just over 6000kms (3750 miles) on this adventure. So, was Tassie worth the effort? It certainly was. You soon run out of superlatives when describing Tasmania. The only downside was we should have had an extra week over there. As usual there have been so many best bits – climbing Mount Koscieszku, wandering around Melbourne, Wooden Boat Festival and Salamanca Market in Hobart. But for us this year Bruny Island was just perfect. As someone said to us ‘You can’t really say you’ve seen Australia until you’ve been to Tasmania’.

On our travels we have a saying between us “We could live here” i.e a little mountain village in Spain or the side of a lake in Italy but as much as we love coming to Australia it’s not often we come across somewhere where we say “We could live here” but we could certainly live in Tasmania.

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