Lake St Claire is a much visited place for a variety of reasons. One being the starting point for the Overland Track to Cradle Mountain, taking about 5-6 days trekking though the wilderness of Tasmania. I was not equipped with tent or appropriate clothing for this apparently amazing journey. Gives me another reason to re visit Tasmania! Instead I took the day walk … Continue reading Lake St Claire – Springboard to Cradle Mountain!
What can you say about Lake Pedder? Just go and embrace this glorious place! I had wanted to visit Strathgordon, yet with the bushfires, the road was closed. Taking a left turn at the junction to Lake Pedder with 30 odd kms of unsealed road which was very well graded and flat. Ahhh I counted many aviaries along this road, with the pristine conditions and its isolation I … Continue reading Luscious Lake Pedder – Tasmania
I almost drove past this stunning tranquil lake with its nondescript signage. Yet something pulled me towards it. As with most locations in Tasmania, they are understated. Gorgeous hues of pale blues against the soft sand and beige creates stunning sight to witness. Continue reading Lake Burbury, Tasmania – Tranquil
Maria Island is quiet, at times you feel you are the only person on the island. Yet it has a lot to offer. The glorious Painted Cliffs – Rock Pools – Fossil Cliffs – the convict history and wildlife. One day was not quite enough! A relatively quick boat ride, then explore like crazy! I covered a lot of ground on my bicycle, so my camera had … Continue reading Maria Island – Historic – Quiet – Surprises
Our bushfires case tremendous damage to our landscape- yet there is beauty in its devastation. The blackened charred trees lined this tidal beach just outside of Dunally, Tasmania. The wheat coloured sand formed rippled bands with the azure blue waters, creating a calm contrast with the dramatic blackened trees – it took my breath away. And Bugsy! Continue reading This sight caused me to stop in a hurry!
It took many weeks to work out what I needed to be self sufficient for most of the journey to promote my books in the smaller towns, to take glorious images of this incredible country and create another book along the way. Being so compact most things need to have an essential or dual purpose – little room for unessential things and be lightweight. Choosing the High Top over the Pop Top Campervan, … Continue reading ‘Bugsy’ – my home to tour Australia!