"Sorell - The Market" Sorell by Henk.Irene
Sorell Travel Guide: 0 reviews and 3 photos
Sorell, originally named Pittwater, it was renamed in 1821 after
Lieutenant-Governor Sorell. It was in the past, by the 1840s, the oldest European settlement on Tasmania's north coast.
Sorell is a cross-roads for visitors to the Tasman Peninsula.
Sorell offers visitors an array of interesting activities from fishing to exploring the museum, market, antique shops, fruit farm and vineyards.
Port Sorell is ideal for people seeking a quiet and uncomplicated holiday.
We visiting only the Sunday Market.
See for a video impression Sunday Market Sorell.
The compilation speaks for itself.
The compilation speaks for itself
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