Heading north

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The southbound journey didn't seem quite as spectacular as the northern leg. I suspect that the fact we knew more or less what lay in store might have been a contributory factor in that.

On the way north, we'd stopped briefly at the Artisan Gallery & Wine Centre

A handcrafted timber wine rack caught the eye (it's a pity we don't have room for it in The Little House of Concrete). 

From there we turned off onto a track that took us under the Batman Bridge, past a stone convict-built Presbyterian church and on to Holm Oak Vineyards

I weakened and shelled out for a dozen of the 2005 Riesling (Halliday rating 94). 

After lunch, since we still had time to kill before check-in opened, we headed past the airport back to Evandale for a final wander around historic buildings before we departed.

Back across Bass Strait

© Ian L Hughes 2021