Last June, I made a trip to Tasmania for the first time, am finally getting around to organising the photographs from that trip and will have some posts soon about some of the hikes I did there. In the meantime here’s a short post about a quick stop we made on our way west from … More Who’s the prettiest of them all?
I had been doing well with the weather in Tasmania, but on my last day came the wind and rain. I was headed to Wine Glass Bay with some short tracks to see in the National Park on the way. The first stop was Cape Tourville Lighthouse, listed on Tasmania’s 60 Great Short Walks. It’s a very … More Blowing away the cobwebs
One of the things I enjoyed most about travelling in a campervan, was when I stumbled upon somewhere that was unexpectedly great, I could just stay! Friendly Beaches was one such place. I was driving into Freycinet National Park intending to see Wine Glass Bay, when I noticed a road to the left signposting ‘Friendly Beaches’… Why … More Vanlife, Home is where you park
Some days are meant to be filled with little more than walking, swimming and photography and this was one of those. I set up camp i.e. parked the camper van, at Swimcart Beach, in the Bay of Fires and let the day evolve. The Bay of Fires got its name in 1773 by Captain Tobias Furneaux, … More Dawn to Dusk at the Bay of Fires
There’s a pattern that’s developed since I have been working. Whenever there is a public holiday I try my best to take advantage and scrimp together any remaining holiday leave to add to it and get away and do something I couldn’t otherwise do in a regular weekend. Australia Day was no exception, falling on … More A Micro Road Trip in Tasmania