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Discover Downunder: Ep 12 - Hobart & Launceston - Part 3
Tim shows Brooke around his Avida Sapphire. There's so much to love about the Aussie made caravan. The floors, walls and ceiling are all insulated, it's packed full of Dometic products and there is so much space and storage. The windows let in so much light and it tows brilliantly with stability control. Tim's Groovy Gadget is the Freshield, which seals up your food so you freeze it or keep it in the fridge for later.Learn more
Discover Downunder: Ep 12 - Hobart & Launceston - Part 4
Tim and Brooke hit Tasmania's capital Hobart to try a parma at the Brunswick Hotel. There are 33 different parmas on the menu, including chicken, wallaby or wild mushroom, but Tim and Brooke opt for the traditional pub parma.Learn more
Discover Downunder: Ep 12 - Hobart & Launceston - Part 1
En route to Launceston Brooke makes a very pretty pit stop on the outskirts of town for a spot of wine tasting. Jeremy Dineen at Josef Chromy explains that Sparkling wines and Pinot Noir are the two stand out wines of Tasmania.Learn more
Discover Downunder: Ep 12 - Hobart & Launceston - Part 2
Tim visits Grandvewe Cheesery, a very unique dairy. Ryan Hartshorn explains that his family just threw themselves into the business and that there are only five sheep dairies in Australia, as it has quite steep running costs.Learn more
Discover Downunder: Ep 11 - Devonport - Part 3
About an hour's drive south of Devonport you'll enter the Tasmanian Wilderness World Heritage Centre. Tim's decided he's going underground to check out the Marakoopa Cave. Tim's Groovy Gadget - Mortein's Citronella Candle.Learn more
Discover Downunder: Ep 11 - Devonport - Part 1
As Brooke says, when you're travelling with Spirit of Tasmania, your holiday begins the moment you drive on board. The best way to explore Tassie is by road and with your own car, caravan or motorhome makes it that much more enjoyable.Learn more
Discover Downunder: Ep 11 - Devonport - Part 4
One and a half hours south west of Devonport, Cradle Mountain rises about 1,500 metres above sea level and sits on the northern tip of the Tasmanian Wilderness World Heritage Centre. Danielle Nankervis from the Tasmanian Devil Sanctuary shows Tim the 29 devils that are kept on the property.Learn more
Discover Downunder: Ep 11 - Devonport - Part 2
Brooke and Tim take some time to relax at the Discovery Holiday Park and then head to for a parma at Molly Malones Irish pub in Devonport. Avida then give Brooke the chance to drive the Esperance motorhome, which is Australian made.Learn more
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