TASMANIA TRAVEL VLOG (NORTH EAST TASMANIA)





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In this video we take you through the North East of Tasmania. From Launceston, Lilydale Falls, St Columba Falls, Bay of Fires, Binalong Bay, Cradle Mountain and back!

If you have any questions about any of the places we visited in this video don’t hesitate to leave a question in the comments section.

Links to places we visited and accommodation:

Colonial Hotel Launceston:

Bridestowe Lavender Estate:

Bay of Fires Bush Retreat:

Salty Steve’s St Helens:

Eagles Nest, West Kentish

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24 Replies to “TASMANIA TRAVEL VLOG (NORTH EAST TASMANIA)”

  1. Manu Vazvaz

    Beautiful video, Nina! Love the colours and the positive vibes. Just do us all a favor: don't listen to the haters. Some people just have an urge to hurt other people in order to feel better about their own insecurities. I think you and Jeff make an amazing couple and I really hope you both are happy together as long as you can. I love Parkway so much, they've been such an important aspect of my life, and I've seen them live 3 times (I actually have a vlog on my channel about one of their gigs last year). I just couldn't be happier for you! Seeing you have the chance to travel around the world with some of your loved ones has to be really amazing and I hope you never stop doing it. And, oh, btw, for that negative people, I'm sure the band wouldn't be the same if Jeff or any of the guys didn't have the support of his family, so that means you're sort of part of PWD too!

    Just wanted to say congrats for the video, for everything you've achieved, and thanks to Jeff too! Greetings from Spain

    P.S: I've been following you on instagram for years and love your pics, and I'm glad that I've found your Youtube channel now!

  2. John Wilkes

    Thank you for another adventure to a place so far away. This Sunday was well spent enjoying your vlogs. Canadians could do well to develop some of the well kept secrets few get to appreciate.

  3. Ting Bie

    Hi Nina! Great vlog! Around what date did you go to the lavender farm? I heard that the flowers are harvested by the end of January, so I need a more precise date 🙂

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