I wandered down to St. David's Park, then explored Salamanca Market, then wandered though Parliament Square and Franklin Square.
We returned back to Hobart and wandered around the city in the afternoon. It was interesting to see what has changed since our last visit.
We made a last tour of MONA exterior in the afternoon before leaving. I particularly liked the Spectrum Chamber connecting to Amarna.
PHAROS is the new wing of MONA, and built to evoke the ancient lighthouse of Alexandria. It is more a theme park of ideas and installations.
The general collection in MONA is called MONANISM. It tends to vary over time, but a few pieces really stood out for me.
Cloaca Professional mimics the human digestive system, through a set of chambers that progressively break down human food into poop.
Hound in the Hunt is an exhibition of various paintings at MONA, and the technique for creating them developed by Tim Jenison.
The exterior of MONA, or the Museum of Old and New Art, has a few large scale sculptures and the museum architecture is also interesting.
We walked around Hobart at night after dinner. We walked along Collins St and then back along Macquarie St.
Ibis Styles is a brand new budget hotel located in central Hobart, with a modern Asian restaurant called Mr. Good Guy.
Callington Mill is a Lincolnshire tower mill built in 1837, the third oldest windmill in Australia. It has recently been restored.
Ross is a historic and pretty village in the heart of Tasmania. There is a bridge here as well as many historic buildings.
Friendly Beaches is a camping ground famous for beautiful, long, white sand beaches. A boardwalk takes us to the viewing platform.
We stopped by at the Freycinet National Park Visitor Centre. There is a boardwalk from the Visitor Centre to the Ranger Creek camping ground.
Today we checked out of the Freycinet Lodge and took a few photos around the Lodge including Richardson's Beach.
We retired back to the Freycinet Lodge for dinner at Richardson's Bistro. There wasn't much of a sunset, just a gradual fading of the light.
Honeymoon Bay is situated right next to the Freycinet Lodge and has a huge granite rock that looks like it was thrown there by a baby giant.
Cape Tourville has a lighthouse. From the boardwalk we can see The Nuggets, two tiny islands where birds nest.
Sleepy Bay sounds slike something out of an Enid Blyton Famous Five book (no smugglers though). We descended down to Little Gravelly Beach.
We opted to do the Wineglass Bay lookout walk which takes us to a short, fairly steep climb to the saddle between Mt Amos and Mt Mayson.
We checked in, and had time to enjoy dinner and the lovely sunset at Freycinet Lodge which was really striking.
Devil's Corner has a lookout from which we can view the Moulting Lagoon wetlands, The Hazards and Freycinet Peninsula.