Just outside Hobart, situated right on the River Derwent is New Norfolk Caravan Park. I would recommend it to everyone. The park is situated right on the River Derwent, and long-term residents can give you great tips on what to do and see, and we met some really interesting people and their pet, as they are welcome in the park too.
Travellers can help themselves to the fruit, herbs and a vegetables growing in the park. We did a few walks and ran around the town and river and got a great idea of what it is like to live local. The town has the oldest Australian Hotel and the oldest Tasmanian Anglican Church.
Not far from New Norfolk are the Salmon Ponds and the Museum of Trout Fishing. Visitors fee is $8 and $2 buys you fish food to feed the trout and salmon. It is a very peaceful place with the gurgling sounds of the water with beautiful gardens. If you’re lucky, you may even see a platypus.
We also visited Mona, I definitely will not go back! A waste of money as far as Im concerned. Thats my opinion.