Kangaroo Island (9 to 13 May 2021)

Kangaroo is Australia’s third largest island after Tasmania and Melville Island.  145 kms long and 54km across at its widest point, it sports 540km of rugged coastline. It was separated from the mainland by rising…

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Larapinta Trail (30 April to 6 May 2021)

From it’s starting point outside Alice Springs, the Larapinta Trail runs 223km west through the West MacDonnell Ranges to end at Mount Sonder, the Northern Territory’s fourth highest peak. The trail was first opened in…

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Tarkine Region (16 to 20 March 2021)

The Tarkine isn’t a specific site but is generally considered to refer to the area bounded by the Arthur River in the north, the Pieman River in the south, the coast to the east and…

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Bruny Island (11 to 15 March 2021)

Bruny Island promotes itself as ‘an island off an island off an island’.  Cute. Bruny is very accessible, being just 35 minutes from Hobart to Kettering, then about 20 minutes on the ferry.  But it…

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Tasman Peninsula (4 to 7 March 2021)

The Tasman Peninsula has some fabulous hiking.  The towering sea cliffs have long attracted walkers, with more and more coming each year since the opening of the Three Capes Track in December 2015.   The…

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