Category Archive: Travel

LIGHTHOUSE

January 21, 2016 Bruny Island A day trip to Bruny Island today. Another place I had good memories about. We got the ferry from Kettering and were keen to drive as much of… Continue reading

CAPE HAUY

January 20, 2016 Cape Hauy hike -9km, Port Arthur & Snug The smell of wood burning woke us up this morning. It had rained a little overnight and it was surprising that there… Continue reading

CAPE WALK

January 19, 2016 Cape Pillar Hike -34km What a magic day. We got to experience hiking to one of the capes that is now part of a new hiking circuit known as the… Continue reading

THE LONGEST DRIVE

January 18, 2016 Launceston to Tasman Peninsula NP Launceston on a Sunday night appeared dead. Last night we stayed at possibly the worst accommodation ever, a run down pub that has seen better… Continue reading

STANLEY

January 16-17, 2016 Lightening from last Thursdays storm started a few bushfires in the northwest of the island. This meant a change of plans for us resulting in a visit to Strahan, Macquarie… Continue reading

FRENCHMANS CAP

January 13-15, 2016 Day1: Lyell Highway Carpark to Lake Tahune Hut – 21km Day 2: Lake Tahune Hut to Frenchmans Cap summit- 4km Day 3: Lake Tahune Hut to Carpark – 21km It… Continue reading

WET FERNS

Tuesday January 12, 2016 Day 6 Overland Track: Echo Point to Cynthia Bay 12 km Last day and that’s it, the Overland Track is over. We just had three hours to walk along… Continue reading

BIRDSONG AND ENORMOUS TREES

Monday January 11, 2016 Day 5 – Overland Track: Windy Ridge to Echo Point 15km Windy Ridge was such a beautiful spot we did not want to leave. I think it was partly… Continue reading

FOREST WALK

Sunday January 10, 2016 Day 4 – Overland Track: Pelion to Windy Ridge via Mt Ossa 24.5km Promised to be another warm day so we were keen to head off early. The morning… Continue reading

ROCKS AND TREE ROOTS

Saturday January 9, 2016 Day 3 – Overland Track: Lake Windermere to Pelion 20km Today was the first day we felt like we were properly hiking. The ground surface was mostly natural with… Continue reading

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