Western Tiers weather

After the Walls of Jerusalem we visited also Lake Dove in the Cradle Mountain National Park. But here we weren´t so lucky with the weather – some short rain showers cooled us down during our hike around the lake. Our stop for the night was Strahan on the west coast of Tasmania. The town was packed with tourists and so camping was the choice for the night. It nearly rained the whole night – but the tent kept us dry.

Next day, after a short time of no rainfall it started again. So we drove only a few kilometers until we arrived in Queenstown and decided to stay there and look for accommodation. We spent the most of the day in the very nice library of Queenstown (with 3h free WiFi included). After a short search we found an accommodation in a cheap but very nice motel. It really rained the whole day and nearly the whole night.

The next day we had to drive back to Hobart. The weather was ok – a bit colder than we were used to during our time in Tasmania. In Hobart then the temperatures were again back to “normal”. Our last night in Tasmania we spent in a private accommodation in Hobart (we booked that through www.airbnb.com). Was a very nice stay – we had a small flat with a separate entry in the house of our host.

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