Bay of Fires – Tasmania

Bay of Fires – Tasmania

” When you go out there you don’t get away from it all. You come home to what’s important. You come home to yourself.” Written by famous Australian photographer Peter Dombrovskis, well known for his scenes of the Tasmanian wilderness, this statement says a lot about Tasmania. Each time I visit – and I have now lost count […]

Cradle Mountain – Tasmania

Cradle Mountain – Tasmania

“This must be a national park for the people for all time. It is magnificent and people must know about it and enjoy it.” Gustav Weindorfer, 1910 Along with Wineglass Bay, Cradle Mountain would have to rank as one of the most visited and photographed attractions in Tasmania. Located at the start of the world famous Overland […]

Freycinet Peninsula Trek – Tasmania

Freycinet Peninsula Trek – Tasmania

Just under 3 hours from Hobart, the Freycinet Peninsula has to rank as one of the most photographed places in Tasmania.  Wineglass bay – its star recruit – is arguably the most recognised and iconic tourist attraction in the state.  And with good reason – it is one of nature’s wonders.  An almost perfect curve of […]

Hobart – Tasmania

Hobart – Tasmania

Lonely Planet have recently placed Tasmania in their top 10 places to visit in 2015.  Coming in at number 4, they describe it as “wild and dramatic, cultured and quirky” and and I couldn’t agree more. Known for its wilderness, its mountainous  and rugged terrain, Tasmania has definitely come of age as a tourist destination. For the adventurous […]