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[9 Jan 2012 | No Comment | ]
Tasman Peninsula – Looking for Cape Raoul

This bushwalk takes you to the Tasman Peninsula. A 5 hour round trip, it is level for a lot of the time though there is one hill that you must ascend about 10 minutes into the walk. You might want … Read the rest

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[26 Dec 2011 | No Comment | ]
Cockle Creek and South Coast Track beginnings

More from Ian on his travels around Tasmania, this time he visits Cockle Creek and heads off into the beginning of the South Coast Track.  It is a great thing to do in the south west of Tasmania, especially if … Read the rest

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[14 Dec 2011 | No Comment | ]
Freycinet Circuit Hike – Wineglass Bay on foot, with lunch!

Freycinet National Park is one of Tasmania’s iconic destinations and there’s a very good reason for this – it is absolutely stunning.

If you are like me, a novice bushwalker, but up for a good few hours of beautiful scenery, … Read the rest

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[13 Dec 2011 | No Comment | ]
Going Cuckoo at the Falls

Ian Smith continues his Tasmanian tour with a visit to Cuckoo Falls:

I had to move on, I’d booked a fishing trip for the next day and had only limited time to do another walk and reach the east coast.  … Read the rest

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[7 Dec 2011 | No Comment | ]
Movember madness – Summer hits Cradle Mountain

November: From the word ‘novem’ (9 in Latin) November was the 9th month of the Roman calendar, which began in March. November is now, of course, the 11th month of the Gregorian calendar. But there’s another evolution occurring for the … Read the rest

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[30 Nov 2011 | No Comment | ]
A visit to Cradle Mountain on a perfect day

It was great to be contacted by a recent visitor to the Park, Ian Smith. In this article he shares his story, and some magic images he captured,  as he explored  the Cradle Mountain National Park.  You can check out … Read the rest

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[23 Nov 2011 | No Comment | ]
The Shot Tower at Taroona

When I mention to international visitors that Princess Mary hails from Tasmania, their reaction is always “who?”

It seems that the fairytale story of Mary, Crown Princess of Denmark, is little-known outside Australia. Mary Donaldson, who grew up in Hobart … Read the rest

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[14 Nov 2011 | No Comment | ]
Catch a show in Hobart – visit the Theatre Royal

Hobart is home to Australia’s oldest working theatre, which is also one of its most beautiful.

If you get a chance to catch a play, some comedy, music or dance at during your visit, you’ll be in for more than … Read the rest

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[3 Nov 2011 | No Comment | ]
Hastings Caves – Go underground in Tasmania’s far south

Tasmania is home to some 4,000 known caves, including the deepest caves in Australia. While many of these are the domain of the serious adventure caver only, there are several excellent examples that you can walk through to admire the … Read the rest

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[11 Sep 2011 | No Comment | ]
Cygnet Tasmania – Three of my favourite things

The town of Cygnet on the eastern side of the Huon River is famous now at least in part due to featuring in the ‘Gourmet Farmer’ TV show.

Throughout the year it holds events of all sorts including a folk … Read the rest