A wildlife park in Bicheno Tasmania on Tasmania’s stunning east coast is leading the way in saving the Tasmanian devil. The young Tasmanian devil joey buries its head in the crook of the keeper's arm. It looks so small and defenceless, a furry, extremely cute and very shy ball of...
With my hands wrapped tightly around an oar, I ask my guide a question that's been bugging me ever since we put on our wetsuits. "So Matt, do I paddle right first, or left? It's important I get this right if we want to go forward, isn't it?" Kayaking has never...
Tasmania is special because it has a lot to offer in a very small space. Australia is huge and can seem really daunting when you’re faced with 1,200 to 2,000km trips every other week. In Tasmania, I only had to drive a few hundred kilometres to see a completely...
Tasmania's east coast really is one of the most beautiful places on the planet. Tasmania's east coast is raw, pristine, untouched, rugged, sublime and magical. It’s a place that makes me feel like I’ve stepped back in time, where everything slows down a little. Wineglass Bay One day I got up...
Situated halfway down Tasmania’s east coast – enticingly called the Sun Coast for its high doses of sunshine relative to other parts of Tassie – Freycinet National Park is the oldest national park in Tasmania. (Along with Mt Field, Freycinet became a National Park in 1916. Cradle Mountain was...
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