Part 2 of the two part series of all thing geological on my recent Great Southern Road Trip.
Stories from the Great Southern Road Trip – Lighthouses.
Lighthouses! I like ‘em and it would seem that many others do too. I will blame my fondness on epi-genetics. Somewhere in my relatively recent history one of my ancestors was involved in building lighthouses in Australia. In particular the Macquarie Lighthouse in Sydney’s Watson's Bay. I have written about lighthouses in my home town … Continue reading Stories from the Great Southern Road Trip – Lighthouses.
Launceston: self-guided architectural walk
Launceston is Tasmania’s second largest city with a population of close to 90,000 people. It’s the third oldest city in Australia after the Europeans set up camp around 1804. Wikipedia tells me it was the first place in the Southern Hemisphere to use anaesthetic and the first Australian city to have underground sewers. Impressive! It … Continue reading Launceston: self-guided architectural walk