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Ambrose's new track The 10 bedroom lodge will act as a base for guests who wish to enjoy outdoor experiences in the World Heritage Area, or just take in the fresh alpine air. Mr Ambrose said he came to miss Tasmania increasingly throughout his illustrious racing career. "The more I was away from Tasmania, the more I missed experiences like we have up here, and so it was just natural for us to come home," he said. FAMILY FIRST: Adelaide, Marcos, Tabitha and Sonja Ambrose enjoy the alpine air near the Central Highlands lodge. "There was never really any question that we were going to go anywhere but Launceston, it's where my family and my wife's family are from." Mr Ambrose said his sudden retirement from racing in 2015 was a decision he did not regret, and was influenced by considering the realities of his profession. "Having a family and having responsibilities certainly makes you think twice about going 350 kilometres an hour, five days a week," Mr Ambrose said. "I just decided it was time, and I'd lost the motivation to compete." Mr Ambrose said both his body and his mind were signalling that it was time to retire. "I made a couple of missteps, maybe ignored those signals for too long," Mr Ambrose said. "When it became obvious to me, then I made some tough decisions and that's what you saw last year." Mr Ambrose's career saw him go from a go karting Launceston kid to two time V8 Supercar Series champion, to racing in NASCAR in the USA. INTACT: The lodge will retain pine from the original Bernacchi Lodge. "For 10 years in NASCAR in America, I was either on an expressway, on a racetrack or in a jet flying around the country," he said. "It was a very fast paced life and it was a very high Ray Ban RB4177 Sunglasses Light Havana Frame Brown Polarized Len
Ray Ban RB4177 Sunglasses Light Havana Frame Brown Polarized Len risk life." Mr Ambrose said although he missed elements of racing, including the adrenalin rush, he would certainly not race "on a professional level". "Maybe I might have an alias and go and race at Carrick a few times," he laughed. "But to be honest with you, I've raced at the upper end of world motor sport and I survived, thrived and had a great experience and you know, that's gone now. "Now I'm onto the next phase which I'm really excited about it's a really exciting time and I feel really invigorated." Development applications and building approvals for the lodge were submitted about 10 months ago. He said demolishing Bernacchi Lodge wasn't considered, and he was determined to restore and renew it to the best condition possible. The 16 week operation is in its tenth week, as the team strives to complete construction before snowfall. Whilst construction of the lodge is underway, Mr Ambrose has spent most of his time acting as project manager on site. His family, which includes wife Sonja and daughters Adelaide, 8, and Tabitha, 10, are based in Launceston. The lodge is set upon a unique landscape: vast, rugged flat land covered in scrub with lakes interspersed throughout, giving the surrounding area the name Nineteen Lagoons.

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