NSX Australia Part 3

I had a decision to make the night before. Should I wake up early to go for a walk around Dove Lake, Cradle Mountain today or sleep in? I slept in. So when it was time to wake up I quickly packed up my bags, grabbed some breakfast from the cafe next door and gathered with those who also decided to sleep in. I was ready for another awesome day of driving through Tasmania’s beautiful scenery.
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The everyday supercar.
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Lud having a bit of a yawn before the drive through the Hellyer Gorge Targa section.
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It was time for a comfort stop.
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Nice radiator duct.
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I’ve got one of these too thanks to Tomiyoshi-san.
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Uehara-san ready to pilot Kaye’s NSX.
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Before arriving at Cradle Mountain, we stopped at The Wilderness Gallery.
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Next stop was the Cradle Mountain Lodge for lunch.
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Had to raise the front about 10mm to prevent rubbing.
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NSX Australia
Choosing the burger was an easy choice.
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NSX Australia
I love this Type R!
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NSX Australia
Following John in his S2000, we were on our way to the coastal town of Strahan. Once we checked in, we were off to check out a performance called The Ship That Never Was.
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As you can see, there was a little bit of audience participation. Even the camera couldn’t save me from being chosen to go out the front.
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An audience member randomly grabbed someone from outside the theatre to participate in the show.
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I didn’t know what to expect from the show but it was hilarious and also based on a true story. I definitely recommend it if you were visiting Strahan.
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Spotted a couple of Austin Healeys on our way to dinner.
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I enjoyed good food with good company and again it was time for some much needed rest for another day of driving.

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