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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Freycinet Peninsula (28 February to 4 March 2021)

Traditionally, Freycinet National Park gets a LOT of visitors.  Pre-COVID, around 300,000 people tramped up to the lookout over Wineglass Bay every year, making it one of the most visited tourist sites in Australia.  The…

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Maria Island (March 2021)

At just 115.5 square kms, Maria Island is small.  But it’s got the lot: history, wildlife, lovely beaches, mountains to climb, interesting geology. A passenger ferry runs to the island several times per day from…

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Bay of Fires (21 to 24 February 2021)

After two years and one week roaming the planet, we arrived back in Australia in February 2020.  We had: visited 34 countries slept in 250 (approx) hotel rooms, 17 apartments, 10 walkers’ huts, 7 homestay/community…

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