This gallery is a collection of favourite images captured during our trip around Tasmania. Many have had the honour to be awarded as a feature, many with multiples and have been most popular by views. The way I saw this state! Tasmania is ‘Contained’ – you only have to drive an hour and you are ‘somewhere’! It has such diverse scenery you could every want to … Continue reading My Collection of Favourite Images from TASMANIA!
It was an exciting, exhausting and thrilling three months experiencing and photo journaling our island state of Tasmania. ‘falling in love with your own country, through the eyes of a tourist’ and capturing these precious ‘Moments in Time’ images – and having fun along the way. I’d taken so many images of Tasmania’s glorious scenery, it was difficult to choose a handful for my ‘Images of Tasmania’ collection. Each … Continue reading Three months in Tasmania – A handful of favourite images!
Wilsons Promontory is casually known as ‘The Prom’ by locals. Situated on one of the most southern tips of Victoria, not too far from Melbourne. Mostly know for its walking tracks and stunning coastlines. I have to admit, after being in Tasmania for two months, you get spoilt its containment with everything being just a short drive away. You drive an hour and you are ‘somewhere’. I forgot about … Continue reading ‘The Prom’ Wilsons Prom!
Opting to stay at Nariel Creek Campground during the festival and some welcomed R&R was much needed as I had been travelling constantly for the past few months. There is something about nature that feeds your soul and replenishes your energy. This gorgeous campground is large and home of the Nariel Folk Music Festival. A small donation of $5 per night! Camping near the creek, listening to the waters bubble over … Continue reading Nariel Creek Campground – Victoria – Feeds the soul!
Being on the road for so long you dream of a decent shower with good water pressure. Not just a wash or a quick cold shower, one that you can stand under, letting the HOT water flow over your body and through your hair. Dirty clothes begin to pile up and you are scavenging all nooks of your van to find something clean or relatively clean to wear. It’s time to stay … Continue reading Rocky Point Tavern, Fred and Betty Boop!
I was looking forward to visiting Boat Harbour on the north coast. I stopped in on my way to Arthur River and it was overcast and drizzling. On my way back, I stopped in again, and yep still overcast and drizzling! Arghhh you can’t control the weather so you make the best of what is! There is a fantastic contemporary café on the beach … Continue reading Boat Harbour – missed the weather!
When you are on the road you meet and chat to many helpful people. The beachside town of Marrawah on Tasmania’s north west coast was not on my list, yet it had been recommended by many. A large flock of birds and a rock circle. I had a ‘thing’ about the thick strong Bull Kelp which grows freely in Tasmania! Continue reading Back tracking up the coast to Marrawah!