Thursday, June 18, 2009


These are some photos of a heritage building in Tasmania called 'The Grange', situated in Campbell Town. I have always had a fascination with this building and have loved the simplicity of the gables. The pitch of the roof line is only highlighted by the height of the chimneys.
I am so happy that we endeavour to preserve our heritage buildings in Tasmania i only wish we would apply the same conservation to our natural bush. Any way i wont start or else this post could go on and on and on....i wont put you all through it....i promise. What i will promise are some future posts on more of Tasmania's heritage for you all to enjoy. We are so lucky to be surrounded by so much natural beauty in our wilderness, our beautiful old buildings and such fresh yummy food and wine for everyone to enjoy












3 comments:

Lynette said...

Couldn't agree with you more I love living in Tassie!
Lynette :)

Josephine Tale Peddler said...

I have seen this beautiful building many times over the years. I love this post! And Tasmania is the most beautiful place in the world that's for sure!

Juju said...

Gorgeous picture. Gorgeous place. I want to live there. Monarch of the Glen like.