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 there are so many places to visit in Tasmania 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...
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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