Sunday, 2 December 2007

Evandale Church

On Sunday morning, once breakfast was out of the way, we had time for a stroll around the grounds and the outbuildings, which include a dairy, butcher's shop, a bakehouse, a large stable, a gardener's cottage and a walled inner garden. Once that was out of the way, we retraced our steps to Evandale since Madam wanted to take a walk through the Sunday Markets.

Evandale is a historic town with heritage buildings in what looks to be close to original condition. 

After a lap around the markets, we headed along the main street, past art galleries, antique shops and craft boutiques before hoofing it back to the car for an excursion in search of a historic bridge or two.

We stopped briefly in Campbell Town, but since the bridge was a fair step away from where we’d parked the car, we decided to head on to Ross and have a look at the bridge on the return journey.

The main road between Hobart and Launceston by-passes Ross but, turning off the highway we came to the third highlight in twenty-four hours.


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