Elspeth Callender steps back in time on a walking tour of an iconic Tassie property One summer holiday, my parents paid a small entry fee to a marine museum on the NSW Central Coast. Except it wasn’t a museum; more a bunch of shells stolen from the local beach, sorted rather anally into trays and displayed in the carport. We learnt nothing, left in tears and never forgot the Don’t Touch Lady in the Don’t Touch Shop.
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