A hike through Tasmania’s Middle Earth at Corinna Tasmania is an enchanting forest escape. The forest whispers calming thoughts as I hike into a lush sun-drenched landscape of eucalypts, stringy barks, lichens and ferns. Possums, tawny frogmouths, wallabies and Tasmanian devils rustle in the bushes. Tasmanian wedge-tailed eagles soar in...
The morning is clear, the wilderness is waiting and ten walkers are keen to go. After a few gear adjustments, we’re off, striding out along the Overland Track, which will see us cover 65km over six days through a magnificent World Heritage-listed landscape.Our trek is with Cradle Mountain Huts, the...
The Cradle Coast region is spread across Tasmania's West Coast and North West Tasmania. It covers one-third of Tasmania and has some of the state's most remote and pristine wilderness, such as the Tarkine, Narawntapu National Park and the Tasmanian Wilderness World Heritage Area. The jewel in the crown...
A Tasmanian wildlife experience offers an entertaining search for penguins in the wild on Bonnet Island, which is a boat trip from Strahan. Seeing wildlife is one of the top things to do in Tasmania, especially if you're visiting the western wilderness. Other things to do in Strahan include...
Dismal, grim and devil are not words you may type into Google to search for your next holiday. They usually conjure up bleak, dark thoughts. That is until you visit Cape Grim, which has astounding views and the cleanest air on the planet. Welcome to the north-west of Tasmania where close-up...
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