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A Trek Around ‘One Of The World’s Most Beautiful Beaches’ Posted on 09/09/2015
Referred to as ‘one of the top ten beaches in the world’ and ‘one of Tasmania’s most celebrated locations’, there are many more interesting things to discover about this area. Continue reading →
Bicheno Beachside Penguin Surprise Posted on 08/16/2014
I never went to Bicheno with the intention of seeing anything or anyone other than my friend, and to avoid the storms that were starting to whip the southeast corner of Tasmania. Having had enough chills for a lifetime, I … Continue...
Could This Be the Most Unexpected Landscape in Australia? Hiking The Tarn Shelf Circuit in Mount Field National Park, Tasmania Posted on 06/23/2014
Can you imagine the feeling of every cell in your body waking up out of a sleepy state? Of a bubble of awe and appreciation for all around you building in your body, rising up through your feet right to … Continue reading →
Discovering the Most Stunning Scenery on the Tarn Shelf Circuit in Mount Field National Park, Tasmania Posted on 06/08/2014
I must have slept well. Having completed a drive up to Lake Dobson long after sunset that had me gripping the passenger seat with fear of what appeared to be precarious cliff drops off narrow dirt tracks, the relief of … Continue...
Glow Worms and More at Mount Field National Park Posted on 05/31/2014
Two things happened after dark at Mount Field National Park, and both weren’t even the main sight, scenery or tourist attraction. Firstly, Tasmanian pademelons appeared at the fringe of the forest. As my eyes adjusted to the...
Does It Really Get Cold in Australia? Posted on 05/12/2014
I had been warned: it will be cold. Wanting to keep my luggage to a minimum I partially ignored the warnings. February in Australia, the end of summer, would surely still feel like summer, at least a little bit, right? … Continue...
What changes while you’re away? The inevitability of missing out when travelling or living abroad Posted on 04/07/2014
‘Never heard of Fomo?’ asked a Guardian newspaper headline of its readers, ‘You’re so missing out.’ So common is this Gen-Y social condition that the acronym FOMO – fear of missing out – was added...
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