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Risdon Cove is (i) where first settlement (albeit brief) for Hobart was - then it was moved. There is a monument to this. There is also (if you walk up the hill along the path), markers where some of the soldiers huts were from that...More
This place was hard to find being unsigned until you have driven past the gate. So much could be made of this and isn't. The heritage of the significance of the site as the first landing point of the British in Van Dieman's Land is...More
There are two parts of this place - one is conterporary - children Aboriginal school and Aboriginal comunity center - and one is historical - Place, where in the history was one of the first settlements of English settlers and also place where first Aboriginals...More
It's an interesting place to see. Lovely to be there when the children were inside enjoying school. We gained permission and were happily allowed to have our picnic lunch among the trees. Everyone was very friendly.