“When I think about some of the memories when I was a child, there were the family traditions that at the time seemed insignificant, but now I see they were quite special.” Anja Boot.
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Last weekend, as I walked along my local beach, I saw a young father playing with his two small children. They were making the most spectacular sandcastle—an enormous, elaborate concoction, complete with moat, dribbled sand battlements, driftwood defences and seashell-crusted turrets.
Andrew's been a little busy. His work's piling up, he has bills to pay and a lawnmower to fix. He's been dragged to the east coast, but will he stop, or will he be there in body and not in spirit?
Tasmania’s east coast is so full of opportunities to stop, take a breath and relax, you might even forget what busy feels like. The Great Eastern Drive will lead you to places and experiences that will make it impossible not to unwind.