We stopped for lunch at Wynyard in the northwest of Tasmania and couldn't stomach the local "Greasy Joe's". Luckily for us, the local organic food store put us on to this quirky little place with great food. They were very accommodating of us divvying up two meals between three hungry boys, and home-schooling while we waited for the food.
This national park in the north of Tasmania was wonderful. Dubbed the 'Serengeti of Tasmania", we saw loads of wombats, pademelons, and a few wallabies. The density of animals by, or on the road, made for a hair-raising trip back to Devonport.
A fantastic place to stay and visit! We stayed in the campsites right on the coast and snorkeled right off the beach. There are also plenty of gorges and interesting things to see and do out of the water.
We loved the fresh food, vibe and ethos of this Mexican franchise joint. We found our first two in Adelaide. They have a great "plate for plate" program, donating a meal to stop hunger now for each meal sold. Check one out near you!