See more Australian Landscape images from my travels… Australia has diverse landscapes. From arid deserts, stunning beaches, lush rainforests, rivers, lakes, snow capped mountains. Uluru, Central Australia Nariel Creek, Victoria Devils Marbles, Northern Territory Cape Tribulation, Far North Queensland Ubirr – Kakadu National Park See more Australian Landscape images from my travels… Australian Landscapes Continue reading Australian Landscapes
Taking the road less travelled through the mountains. An 80 odd kms of unsealed road to the small town of Omeo with the small surprises. A wombat who is usually nocturnal was walking along the road, a small group of cows and beautiful farmland. Arriving in Omeo with gorgeous weather, a beautiful sunset and a still waterhole giving mirror images of the sky above. Continue reading On the road to Omeo
The much awaited little red boat cruise – Arthur River Cruises ! I’d heard a bit about this cruise up Arthur River and the landing in the Tarkine Wilderness. The ‘cruise’ is operated by a small team who have great passion and knowledge of the area. It was very personable, filled with many highlights. A MUST to see and experience the rawness of Tasmania’s wild west coast! By … Continue reading Arthur River through the Wilderness!
You can spot the town of Stanley for kms away with the imposing flat topped volcanic plug called ‘The Nut’ which sits on the end of the peninsular in Tasmania’s north west. The township was built around this feature, protecting it from weathers of Bass Straight. Wander around the township and fabulous shops. Eat some of the famous local fish and chips, visit Highfield … Continue reading ‘The Nut’ – Stanley
Arthur River on the north west coast of Tasmania was a MUST for me to see and experience. So the detour was quite short compared to other parts of Australia. When I arrived, the remnants of the bush fires were still visible, with new shoots of bright green grass already growing through the ash. The fire fighters were their usual brilliant selves, back burning around the town … Continue reading Ahhhh Arthur River – Remote – Wilderness – Bush Fires
Tasmania’s west coast is well know for its wilderness and wild oceans. Just a short drive from Strahan is a beautiful big, wide open beach to the elements of the Indian Ocean – Ocean Beach. A place to walk in solitude, to reflect or share a moment with a special person. Continue reading It’s a Wild Sea – Ocean Beach – Tasmania
So we have been on a wild and windy ride through Macquarie Harbour and Hells Gates, then a calm and mysteriously misty cruise up the Gordon River. Now we get the chance to walk through the World Heritage rainforest. We pull up at a ‘landing’ for the next stage of this Gordon River amazing cruise. It feels quite ‘magical’ and ‘spiritual’ walking through the dampness and semi darkness – … Continue reading Gordon River Landing – A walk through the rainforest and back in time!