Now & Then – Supply River, Tasmania

NOW & THEN – The Supply River is located in Northern Tasmania, near Robigana. A flour mill was built in c. 1825. The postcard illustrates what the mill looked like. The mill is now sadly in ruins.

City Park, Launceston – Children’s Jubilee Fountain

Looking up in the Jubilee Fountain

Walking through City Park in Launceston, you’ll come across the Children’s Jubilee Fountain not far from the conservatory and Monkey Island. While the fountain is part of the landscape in the park, this isn’t its original location. The fountain was initially positioned outside the main gates on Cameron Street. In the foreground of the photo below you can see a postcard of the the fountain as it used to be. In the background of the photo you can see the hexagonal shape on the ground, where the fountain’s base used to be.

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Further Afield: Westbury Silhouette Trail

A walk around the Westbury Tasmania Silhouette Trail

Westbury has always been one of my favourite small towns in Tasmania. Beautiful old historic buildings and with a Village Green of a green rarely seen in Tasmania. I’m not sure how I came across information about the Westbury Silhouette Trail, but I decided to visit.

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