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  • Day13


    November 4, 2017 in Australia ⋅ ☀️ 11 °C

    Fingal, established 1827 as a convict station, with strong evidence of its heritage, lies in the heart of the Fingal Valley. It is a small sleepy town west of St Mary's and the drive is through beautiful farmland with abundant beef cattle , sheep and spray irrigation.
    Viewed from the township is Ben Lomond National Park , a craggy alpine plateau that is Tasmania's answer to the ski runs of Aspen. From the road we could see the last of winter snows - an engaging site to see.
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