Day 243 – 14/1/2020 on a Midlife Adventure

Continuing my journey of the South East region I head towards the coast.

Starting off my visit at the Pioneer centre I learn about the towns history and artefacts.

The region included a number of schools one of the buildings used was one of the old school buildings.

After finishing up there I headed further south to the town of Windy Harbour, a town living up to its name today.

An old fishing town many of the old fishing huts are now used as holiday homes.

The nearby D’Entrecasteaux National Park has some great walks with excellent views. Even on a cloudy day.

Some locals came out to say hello.

The lookouts provide a great view over the coast.

One of the special places is “The Window”

The Window

The views over the region are pretty spectacular

After some lunch at the pub I headed back towards Pemberton.

On the way back stopping in at the Dave Evans Bicentennial Tree, it is another fire lookout.

Feeling no braver than yesterday this is as close as you’re going to get to seeing it.

So back to camp for my last night here in Pemberton as I continue the journey east tomorrow on this Midlife Adventure.