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March 1, 2019

We left our van at the camp ground in Arthur River, and Diga Dog with some locals we count as good friends, and took off for the day on a leisurely drive through the Tarkine.  Now, we had heard that it was an awesome adventure into the wilderness of the west coast, and while the roads are sealed, and we didn’t really feel like we were truly off the beat and track, we did experience a part of Tasmania that is truly special....

February 22, 2019

You cannot visit Tasmania without visiting Montezuma Falls.  It seems that everyone visits these awesome falls, and we can totally understand why.

Due to fires in the area, we at first thought that we were going to miss them, and we were planning how we were going to backtrack to ensure we didn’t miss out.  We had to miss Zeehan due to the fires, but luckily we could experience Montezuma Falls.

We drove in from Roseber...

February 14, 2019

The Red boat….the red boat….the red boat.  Every time someone in Tasmania asked what boat, we answered “The red boat”, and their attitude changed from one of caution to one of friendliness.  It seems, The Red Boat in Strahan is the one to travel on, the one to experience a day on the river and the only one the Locals seems to truly support.

The Red Boat is part of the family owned World Heritage Cruises out of St...

February 10, 2019

We ventured into the Mount Field National Park on the promise of seeing some awesome tall trees, a couple of water falls, and the possibility of glow worms. The staff in the Information centre were beyond happy and helpful, and even though much of the National Park was closed due to fires, we could explore the walks we really wanted too.

We set out to walk to Russell Falls, and on the way we made ourselves familiar with where t...

January 30, 2019

We heard the words Airwalk, cantilever bridge, swinging bridges, hang gliding and rafting and of course we had to find out more. We found out that there were walking trails, that we could free camp out there at night and that it was dog friendly. “Let’s go” was the cry we heard from the cheap seats at the rear of the car, and who am I to disappoint.

We drove the winding, twisting road, with the van, from Geeveston out to t...

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