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The Very Best of Things to see and do in Tasmania

If you haven’t been to Tasmania you should start planning a trip and do it. It really is one of Australia’s travel destination highlights.

The great benefit of travelling Tasmania is that everything is so close. You don’t have to drive far to reach another amazing location and therefore you can pack a lot into a short time.

With good planning you can see so much, regardless if you are flying in to Hobart or catching the Spirit of Tasmania and arriving by Ferry at Devonport.


The North and East coasts are warmer, less windy and have a higher population concentration. The South West of Tasmania has a lot of winding mountain roads, steep inclines and slow travel. It is generally colder and more sparsely populated.

There are so many varied but fantastic places to stay and so many people travelling by different modes of transport. We saw a lot of people traveling by Motorbike around the island as well as cars, campervans and caravans.

glass and sunset

Tassie offers an incredible amount of unique and interesting things to see and do. You’re visit to the Apple Isle is guaranteed to be amazing. And the people are so friendly.

When planning to visit Tasmania, ensure each of these are included in your must see list. These are the Best of the Best.

On top of Mount Wellington

The capital city of Tasmania is Hobart, located in the South East corner of the state. Hobart is protected from the regular windy conditions from the West by Mount Wellington which stands 1200m high. It snows at the top of Mount Wellington and is approx. 10 degrees cooler than at ground level. They say you take 1 degree off for each 100m you travel up the mountain. The views are endless taking in the Tasman Bridge, Derwent River, Bruny island and so much more.

The Tasman Bridge in Hobart is a vital part of their infrastructure as it links the city both sides of the Derwent river. The Bridges importance was tested in 1975 when a bulk carrier taking zinc ore up the river crashed into the bridge taking out the 18th and 19th pylons and segregating the city.

Sadly, 12 people died from this disaster.

Drinks at Cascade brewery

When in Hobart also visit the Salamanca markets, open every Saturday and take an afternoon out to relax at the Cascade Brewery. Established in 1832, the Brewery survived a devastating fire of southern Tasmania in 1967 and with the help of locals, they were back brewing again within 3 months. Today it’s history is revealed through tours of the brewery and tasting of their fabulous range of Beers and Ciders.



Hobart is also the home of MONA, the Museum of Old and New Art. This is a fascinating look at the creative ideas and completions from artists with bursts of colour, imagination and thought provoking pieces of art. Catch the Mona Ferry from Hobart dock and cruise the Derwent River for a fantastic entrance.

Richmond Bridge is a historic bridge which is Heritage listed and just 25kms from Hobart. It is the oldest bridge still in operation in Australia. It has a very English feel and a beautiful park setting perfect for enjoying a picnic lunch. Take a walk through the old town where the buildings have so much character and the iconic pubs and local shops are fun to explore.


If Cascade Brewery isn’t enough Cider for you, a visit to Willie Smith’s Apple Shed at Grove just outside of Hounville and just 30 minutes south of Hobart, is a perfect location. Visit the Museum and take a self guided tour through the history of Tasmania’s Apple industry through the eyes of the Smith family.

The Narrow Neck, Bruny Island

While south of Hobart, now is the perfect time to take the 15 minute ferry from the town of Kettering to Bruny Island. The island is made up of 2 small islands linked by a narrow strip of land known as the Narrow Neck. It is here as day turns to night that Penguins come up the beach to their burrows after a day out feeding. During the day, go to the top and take in the incredible views from the lookout.

Pennicott Adventure Cruises

Adventure Bay on Bruny Island is stunning and also where you can take the multi award winning Bruny Island Cruise with Pennicott Adventures. The Cruise takes you along the wild East coast of the island to take in caves, amazing natural sculptures of the cliffs and see big Fur Seals, wild dolphins and even Humpback Whales when in season.


There is so much more to Bruny Island including Cape Bruny lighthouse, Bruny Cheese Co, Bruny Island Chocolate Factory, Bruny Island Berry Farm and Bruny Island Premium Wines. Spend at least a couple of nights on the island and you won’t be disappointed.

Port Arthur

The East Coast of Tasmania is the gift that keeps on giving. Heading north from Hobart will take you to Port Arthur, a historic convict settlement site where you walk around the grounds and take tours while learning all about the convict history of Tasmania.


Pennicott Adventures also offers a Tasman Island Cruise which is another great tour worth completing. Here you will also visit Devils Kitchen, Tasman Arch and Tasman Blowhole which are also ideally visited by land for another perspective.

The Tassellated Pavement

Tassellated Pavement is a geological phenomenon you need to see before you enter Port Arthur. These are tiled rocks formed over millions of years of ocean and wind movement leaving indelible markings on the rocks resembling pavements.

Friendly Beach (top) and Coles Bay in Freycinet National Park

Freycinet National Park is north of Port Arthur and no trip to Tasmania is complete without visiting this truly beautiful region with gorgeous beaches and fantastic walking tracks that will provide views that will leave you speechless. Friendly Beach is the first you will discover and it’s definitely worth seeing. Next is Coles Bay, a seaside holiday village offering stunning views over the mountains of the national park, crystal clear waters and a great base to explore the region.

Wineglass Bay (top) and at Cape Tourville

Wineglass Bay is the pinnacle. A 30 minute hike up the mountain brings you to the lookout with breathtaking views of this gorgeous sheltered bay, a perfect boating haven. A further half hour walk will take you to the beach to absorb all its beauty. Of course, this means you have a 1 hour return trip back to the carpark or you can take a Wineglass Bay Cruise and visit in style.

A short drive from Wineglass Bay will take you to the Cape Tourville Lighthouse. From here you can witness the most incredible ocean views and look out over rolling mountains. You may see Humpback Whales, Dolphins, Birds in a feeding frenzy or ships as they pass on by.

Between Wineglass Bay and Cape Tourville is Sleepy Bay. Take the track for a short walk along the rugged coastline with views overlooking the Bay until you reach Sleepy Bay beach. Here you find big hollowed rocks to climb in, red algae covered rocks and clear ocean waters from the beach.

There’s so much to see and love about Freycinet National Park

Ice Creams at the Pondering Frog

Just 400m from the turnoff to Freycinet National Park is The Pondering Frog, a fantastic little shop with the most amazing ice cream I’ve ever tasted. I had the Berry mix and it is to die for. Do yourself a favour and stop for a treat.

Fishing at Spring Beach

Further north will bring you to the small town of Orford. Turn right and follow the beach just a further 5 minutes back south to our favourite beach in Tasmania, Spring Beach. The beach has the clearest water I’ve ever seen, you can see directly through the waves like they aren’t even there. With Maria Island as a backdrop and fantastic Salmon fishing from the beach, Spring Beach was easily our pick for the best beach.

Bay of Fires

The top North East of the island offers the Bay of Fires, a series of spectacular beaches. Base yourself at Swimcart Beach and explore these magnificent beaches where red rocks make an amazing location to sit and absorb the views. The sunrises from Bay of Fires are truly exquisite. Drive north and discover some of Australia’s most stunning beaches.

Russell Falls, Mt Field National Park

Heading West of Hobart brings you to the Mt Field National Park. There’s a range of walking trails however the most popular one is past the fallen trees and flowing waters to Russell Falls. These falls are a tiered drop from the streams above cascading down the hillside. Take the steps up and find Horseshoe Falls and a view of Russell Falls from above.

The Wall in the Wilderness

Derwent Bridge is where The Wall in the Wilderness is located. Local Artist, Greg Duncan, features carved timber walls commemorating Tasmania and those who have played important roles within its history. This isn’t like anything you have seen before and photos inside the building are forbidden. You will have to go there and take a look for yourself.

Lake St Clair

Lake St Clair is just 6kms from Derwent Bridge and is the southern end of Cradle Mountain. It is the deepest lake in Australia and the end of the infamous Overland Track, a 6-7 day trek starting at Cradle Mountain and challenging walkers to a week of a cold, mountainous path to a magnificent scenic lake.

Travelling further west to the other side of the island is the small town of Strahan, mostly famous in recent history for the political battle fought over the Gordon River and the planned damming of the river. From Strahan the Gordon River Cruise takes you through the region to witness its beauty. The tour also takes you to Hells Gate, a rough and treacherous ocean entrance which has captured many boats and Sarah Island, where life was made unbearable for convicts when sent to the island for their transgressions.


Launceston is located in the Central North of the island and is home of Boags Brewery, a perfect location for lunch and a beer. James Boag and his son, also named James, formed J. BOAGS AND CO in 1883. Boags provide tours of their brewery or you can have a walk through the museum for free. Boags Beer are well known for their creative marketing and intriguing commercials.

Cataract Gorge, Launceston

Cataract Gorge is the highlight of Launceston. Walk the Gorge to find all it has to offer. We even came across a Seal sunning himself and scratching his back on a rock. The short walk into the Gorge brings you to a swing bridge, swimming pool, chair lift and cafes, all worth seeing and part of the fun.

Penguins at night, Burnie

In Burnie ensure you go to the Penguin Observatory, a great opportunity to have guides give you lots of information about Penguins and help you to see them in their natural habitat. Arrive just before sunset and they will provide a talk about Penguins providing information about the different seasons and habits of the Fairy Penguin.

Main street in Stanley

Stanley is in the North West and is a truly gorgeous little town where in 2014 the Hollywood movie The Light Between Oceans was filmed. Stanley is also best known for The Nut, a Volcanic Plug 143m high. You can walk to the top or take the chairlift for stunning 360 degree views.

Tasmazia, The Village of Lower Crackpot

Heading to the centre of Tassie find the small township called Tasmazia and The Village of Lower Crackpot. A series of 8 mazes provides unique fun for children and adults. There are small villages and all sorts of quirky and funny things to see and read. The café also does the best pancakes you could ever hope to devour.

Trowunna Wildlife Park, Mole Creek

Trowunna Wildlife Park is located at Mole Creek and is the best place to see Tasmanian Devils and learn all about them. Each day there’s shows featuring these cute and interesting endangered little animals and you can watch them being fed which is an experience in itself. But don’t miss Waddle the Wombat, the very friendly kangaroos, Echidna and the Wedge Tailed Eagles who sadly are no longer able to soar.

Dove Lake with Cradle Mountain as a backdrop

In the Central Highlands sits Cradle Mountain, the start of the Overland Track and primary tourist location of Tasmania. Snow is often found on the tops of the mountain which sits at 1,545m high. A walk around the stunning Dove Lake provides various spectacular views with Cradle Mountain as its backdrop.


Catching your own seafood in Tasmania is easier and better than anywhere else in Australia. Beach fishing provides great catches of Salmon, Mullet, Flathead and Whiting. From many jetty’s and piers a great feed of Squid can easily be caught and Oysters and Mussels are easily found on rocks around Tasmania. Even Crayfish can be easily caught close to the beach, check your compliance requirements before heading off to catch your dinner.

Have you been to Tassie?

What was your favourite memory?

Kevin & Adele
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  1. Stephen Galbraith

    May 23, 2017 at 7:46 am

    Do the cave tour at Hastings caves, very good.

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I Can’t Do 4 Walls

I keep saying it, over and over, to anyone who asks and those willing to listen.

I can’t do 4 walls again.

I don’t know everything about my future and I reserve the right to change my mind, but after 2.5 years of living in Darwinny our Motorhome, I love it so much I don’t want it to change for my foreseeable future.

Adele is happy either way, she loves this life but could also go home. I think that’s mostly because she misses her Mum a lot and to be close to our sons Matt and Cameron.

During our time back home, we just had 4 months in Brisbane, we had lots of times where we were invited to friend’s places, sometimes even offered a place to stay. We received text messages from friends “I’m away for the weekend, the spare keys are under the mat, go relax in a bed and use the pool for a few days” would be texted to us and we were so grateful for their offer and thoughts for us. We love that we have so many wonderful and kind friends.

We did a housesit for my niece and it was awesome, beautiful pool, nice home, Foxtel, heaps of room to park the Motorhome. It was perfect, except I found within just a day or two I was back doing what I used to do, sit and watch TV, stay at home and not be productive. I wasn’t LIVING!!

We visited family and friends in their homes and all I see is “stuff”. The same stuff we used to have. All those possessions I thought that made me happy. Every now and then you’d blow off the dust and get a broom to the cobwebs and use my “stuff” again but for the most part it would just sit there doing nothing. Just money wasted which made us believe we needed to go back to work again week after week to fund the life everyone else has and we were copying.

Our friends and family may read this but I’m sure they’ll understand the context of what we mean. We discussed this with them anyway. We passionately respect and love our family and friends but a house just isn’t where we’re at any more.

When my Dad passed away I found myself asking the question “there has to be more to life than work and do chores”.

We really miss our Mums, both of us have lost our Fathers now, and we miss our sons Matthew and Cameron. We miss our friends. I miss playing cricket and all my mates. It’s not easy to just pack up and leave and it’s even harder to stay away.

For me, my entire life of 51 years before we left was lived in Brisbane. I grew up living in the same family home, we didn’t move house even once, until I was married. Adele had lived in different places and moved around different homes, but I hadn’t. I was very used to routine and stability. Given my personality that was probably a good thing.

We recently spent 4 months in Brisbane and the South East seeing everyone we could, pushing my business and exploring places we had never seen in our own “backyard”. I didn’t enjoy the traffic being back home in Brisbane, the hustle and bustle doesn’t do it for me now, but it’s still home and our Family are all there. It is home and always will be.

It was during this time back in the City that I realised I yearned for things I learnt to love when road tripping around Oz. 3 specific things stood out that I missed.

• Sunsets
• Open fires
• The Stars at night

Nobody at home talks about seeing an amazing Sunset. There’s something special about them that we just love. The colours, the differences when there’s a cloud or fire in the distance, the different views across oceans or rivers, over barren land and between mountains or ranges. Sunsets can be so different yet all so spectacular. We just don’t appreciate them at home.

Cooking over an open fire, sitting around it with a Rum in hand and chatting to new friends, seriously, does it get any better than that.

I love waking up in the morning, getting the coals fired up again and cooking some bacon and eggs. Lighting a fire in downtown Brisvegas is a sure fire way to upset the neighbours and have the local Council issuing a huge fine.

While settled in over that fire at night, it’s so wondrous to look up and absorb the big picture. Who am I, why am I here, what else is out there, what would it be like to go to the moon, how amazing is life and how our planets work. I really enjoy looking up to the stars at night, imagining a life where I get to choose my tomorrow.

Yes, don’t box me in.

How does that song go:

Oh give me land, lots of land, and the starry skies above
Don’t fence me in
Let me ride through the wide open country that I love
Don’t fence me in…….

Did I mention, I can’t do 4 walls…..

Safe travels

Kev & Adele
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10 Reasons to Travel Australia Instead of Going Overseas.

There’s nothing better for the soul than travelling, it opens our eyes, our minds and our hearts. The big choice to make is if to head overseas or explore our own country. There’s so much to see in this world but here’s 10 great reasons to Travel Australia first.

1. Australia is Safer. With everything happening around the world right now, I feel pretty safe in Longreach, Broome, Esperance, 1770 and the thriving downtown metropolis of Rainbow Beach 😊

2. Shit AUD. The Aussie dollar is too low to be over excited about heading overseas.

3. Our Beaches. Unless you’ve got to know our own beaches why go overseas to see there’s?

Check out our Best Beaches here –

4. Weather. We really do have perfect weather here. Head north for winter, south for summer and be anywhere in Oz for Autumn and Spring.

5. You will meet really interesting people. We have met some of the most inspiring people on the road such as John, the 72yo former teacher and sheep farmer who I got talking to for 3 and a half hours around the camp kitchen BBQ in Katherine. Fascinating guy and hard to believe he had left Perth, been to Melbourne and was now in the NT travelling at his age…….. on a Motorbike.

John is just one of many wonderful people we have met on our adventure.

6. Learn our History. There’s so much about our own country’s past just waiting for you to discover.

7. Sunsets. The setting sun in 1770, Darwin and Broome just have to be seen. I could name so many more places including most of the WA coastline but I’ll let you discover some yourself.

8. Better for our economy. We hardly manufacture anything anymore, mining took a nose dive and therefore Tourism is becoming a vital industry for our economy. Let’s spend our money here and give our kids jobs.

9. Make friends. Travelling Australia almost guarantees you will make a whole lot of new friends.

10. Children. Your kids will grow enormously and learn on the road. They will thrive by spending genuine quality time together as a family.

As that famous brand says: Just Do It……

Safe travels

Kevin & Adele
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Detailed Item List For Your Trip

Detailed Item List For Your Trip
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There’s a lot to think about regarding what to take on your trip around Australia.

No need to stress about it, we’ve made the list here for you.

Space and Weight will quickly prove to be your enemy so pack smart, pack light and limit it to only what you really need.

Of course, you may have other things you need to take and you may not need or want everything on this list but it’s going to give you a very comprehensive starting list to ensure you don’t forget anything.

Remember to pack the minimum you need and don’t exceed your weight limits.

If we have missed anything, please let us know 😊

Alarm Clock – Battery operated
Allen Keys
Aluminium Water bottles
Ampfibian 15amp to 10amp Converter
Anti-theft Tap Handle
Back Pack for hiking
Baking Trays – Lightweight, store in oven to save space
Basket Utility – Collapsible, doubles as laundry basket & stores dirty dishes
Bath Mat
Bath Towels
Batteries – Range of sizes and/or Rechargeable
BBQ & BBQ Lighter
Beach Towels
Beach Umbrella
Blanket/s – Store flat under your mattress
Board Games
Bottle Opener
Bucket – Collapsible and others with lid for fishing or handwashing
Bulldog Clips
Bungee Cords
Cake Tins – Silicon are good
Camera, Accessories, Batteries, Spare Battery, Charger Cord
Camp Oven
Camping Chairs
Camping Table
Can Opener
Cards – Credit/ Bank/ Store cards/Club or RSL Membership
Cards – Insurance/ Roadside Assist/Medicare/Health Fund
Carwash and Wax
Cleaning Cloth
Cleaning Supplies
Clippers – For cutting his or children’s hair if applicable
Clothes – Roll or fold as hanging space is limited. Dark Clothes that require no ironing
Clothes Line, Portable/Fold Up
Coat Hangers – Spares to hang wet clothes on to dry
Coffee Mugs
Coins – Supply of $1 coins for Laundromat
Coolant – Spare supply for vehicle
Cutlery – 3 sets for full day supply
Cutting Boards – Lightweight
Dental Floss
Dinner Plates – Plastic Lge and Sml, also Corelle are good as don’t break
Dishwashing Detergent
Disposable Roasting Trays
Dog bowls, leads, runner
Door Mat
Drain Cleaner
Drill, cordless is best
Drinking Cups
Driver’s License
Drone – Accessories, Charger and Spare Batteries
Duct Tape
Dust Buster/Vacuum Rechargeable
Dustpan and Brush – Long Handle
Electric Beaters
Electrical Appliances as preferred
Electrical Tape
Electrical Extension Cord
Electricity Lead 20metres +
Electrical Power Board 6 Outlet
Engine Oil
EPIRB – Check in date
Esky – Soft Sided Small for Picnics or when away from Caravan/Motorhome
Face Cloths
Fan – 12 Volt or Rechargeable, Ryobi is good
Fan – Sirocco (Hard Wired)
Fire Blanket
Fire Extinguisher – Check the date and that it is full
Fire Starters
First Aid Kit
Fishing Gear, Fishing Net, Tackle
Floor Cleaner
Fly Net Hats
Foam Mattress – Spare stored under mattress for comfort and visitors
Frypans – Lightweight and stackable where possible
Fuses – Spares
Garbage Bags – Large & Small
Gas Bottles – Check still in date, 10 years from manufacture or last test
Glad Wrap and Glad Bake Paper
Glad Zip Lock Bags S, M & L
Gloves – Woollen & Disposable
Go Pro or other action Camera, Spare Battery & Charging Cord
GPS or use Maps on Mobile Phone
Grey Water Hose
Hair Brush
Hairdressing Scissors
Hair Dye – DIY Hair care
Hand Towels – Kitchen and Bathroom
Handwash – Kitchen and Bathroom
Hats and Caps
Head Torch for fishing and going to the amenities at night
Hot Plate for Campfire cooking – Lightweight
Hydraulic Jack suitable for weight of your vehicle
Ice Brick for use on Picnics or Hiking
Ice cream Scoop – Plastic
Ice Cube Tray
Insect Repellent Spray/Creams
iPad and Charger Cord
Jerry Cans – Diesel and Petrol for Generator
Jumper Leads for flat battery use
Kettle or Electric Jug
Laptop and Charger Cord
Light Bulbs – Spares
Light/Lantern – Portable for Outdoor use
Lip Balm
Map of Australia to mark route travelled
Matches – Waterproof
Measuring Cups – Collapsible are good
Measuring Jug – Plastic
Memory cards, for Cameras, Drone, Go Pro etc
Microwave Containers – Store inside microwave to save space
Mixing Bowl – Plastic
Mobile Phones – Charger Cords & Earpieces
Mosquito Coils
Mouse Traps
Mouth Wash
Nail File, Nail Scissors & Nail Clippers
Note Pad, Pens & Pencils
Outdoor Matting
Oven Bags
Oven Mitt & Glove
Pain Relief Tablets
Paper Clips
Paper Plates and Paper Cups
Paper Towel
Pegless Clothesline
Pegs – Loose
Pension Card and Health Care Card if applicable
Picnic Blanket for Picnics and Beach Use
Pillow Cases
Pizza Tray
PJs – 2 sets for Summer & Winter
Playing Cards
Pool Noodles – very handy for snorkeling or floating down springs
Portable Fridge – Waeco or Engel (additional refrigerator/freezer space)
Phone Bank Chargers – Portable
Prescriptions – Scripts to be filled (check in date)
Printed Maps, Atlas or Camps Book
Printer (optional)
Radio – Battery Operated
Raincoat or Rain Ponchos
Razors – Disposable
Reading Glasses and Spare set of magnified glasses as back up
Reef/Rock Shoes
Rope – Great for temporary washing line
Rubber Bands
Runners or “Closed-In” Walking Shoes – Some Tours Compulsory
Salt & Pepper Shakers – Plastic Lightweight
Saucepans – Lightweight and stackable where possible
Scissors – Kitchen and General Purposes
Screwdriver Set
Seniors Card or National Seniors Card as applicable
Sewing Kit for mending
Shampoo, Conditioner and Toiletries
Sharp Knives & Sharpener
Shaver & Charging Cord
Sheets – One Set only (wash and dry within same day)
Shoes – Casual and going out
Shovel – Fold Up and Long Handled for campfires/coals
Shower Bag – Hang up style for CP showers
Shower Gel
Sleeping Bag – Store flat under the mattress
Snake Bite Kit
Snatch Straps
Snorkel Gear – Snorkel, Goggles and Flippers
Spanner Set
Sponge – Clean Caravan or Motorhome and Solar Panels
Spreadsheet with Insurance Policy Numbers, Passport Numbers, important details etc
Speaker – Portable for playing music
Sticky Tape
Storage Containers for storing food, cakes – Stackable or use zip lock bags
Strainer for Rice/Pasta
Supa Glue
Swim Shirt/Rashie and Swim Shorts
Swimmers and Boardies – 2 sets/pairs
Swiss Army Knife
Table Cloth
Tea Towels
Tensions Rods to stop unsettled items falling out of fridge or cupboards
Thongs plus back up pair
Toaster for use when on power otherwise use frypan to dry toast
Toilet Cassette Chemicals
Toilet Cleaner
Toilet Paper – 2 Ply best for breakdown in Toilet Cassette
Tongs – Kitchen & BBQ
Tool Set
Torch – Battery Operated or Rechargeable
Towels – Bath and Beach
Travel Iron (only used a handful of times)
Truck Brush – Long Handled to wash the caravan or motorhome
Tyre kit including Gauge, Tyre Inflator and Tyre Patch/Plug Kit
UHF – In car setup plus Portable Walkie Talkies
Umbrella – Rain and Beach
Wash Basin – Collapsible is great
Washing Powder, Washing Soaker & Washing Spray
Watch – Waterproof preferably
Water Containers – Collapsible 20L ones are ideal
Water Filter – Spare Canister if built into caravan or motorhome
Water Filter Jug and refill tablets
Water Hose – Blue Drinking Water hose
Waterproof Camera
WD 40 Water Based and Silicon Based
Wet Wipes
Wheel Chocks
Wheel Levellers to level the MH
Wi-Fi Dongle
Wine Glasses
Wooden Spoon

Kids Panadol

Box of mixed Lego
Sandcastle Set (Spade, Bucket etc)
Ball Games
Box of Arts & Craft stuff (lots of it!)
Colouring in Book
Scooter & Helmet
A few Books (buy & swap them at Op Shops around Oz)
Card Games
Connect 4
Guess Who Game

Warm Clothes
Summer Clothes
Some good Clothes for going out
2x pairs Thongs
Walking Shoes
1x pair good Shoes for going out


To purchase any products for your trip you can use any of the links below.
Computers – Computers and accessories
Books – Books
Health products –Health & Personal Care
Kitchen and cooking – Kitchen and cooking
Toys and games – Toys & Games

Safe travels

Kevin & Adele
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