Tasmania - Campbell Town

Campbell Town

The St. Luke's Anglican Church building that started life as a Sunday school in 1845 is at the northeast corner of High Street (National Highway 1) and William Street. The 1939 Art Deco town hall is on the southeast corner.

In the centre of town, the 1840 Campbell Town Inn at Queen Street has been repurposed.

The 1879 Brickhill Memorial Church is on the east side of the street at #109 High. It's not a church anymore, but it's for sale if you'd like to live in one.

Humans can do a pretty good job sculpting dingoes, Aborigines, or even the Red Bridge by which I found these woodworks, but Nature makes the prettiest figures of all. These are Tasmanian Muscovy Ducks, and they appreciate the attention.

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