Category Archives: Tasmania

Tasmania Freycinet – pick the right weather!

I’d always wanted to see Wine Glass Bay, the photos of it are amazing.  So, we put Freycinet on the itinerary, but our run of great weather had come to an end.  We decided to do the circuit anti-clockwise leaving Wine … Continue reading

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Frenchman’s Cap – thank you Tricky Dicky

I have a bushwalking friend, Lou, who always refers to Dick Smith as Tricky Dicky, and when he talks about Frenchman’s Cap, he gives credit where credit is due and acknowledges that Dick paid big bucks to National Parks to put in a … Continue reading

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Walls of Jerusalem – everything happens for a reason

About 9 months ago, Wendy and I had decided we’d like to Raft The Franklin.  We spoke about it a bit and next thing we knew, Len S and Theo had decided to join us.  Well, sometimes you’re just not meant … Continue reading

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I’d better do the Western Arthurs before I get much older

WESTERN ARTHURS, TASMANIA – FEBRUARY 2010 I’d heard a bit about the Western Arthurs … “fantastic”, “magic trip”, words like that.  I’m not sure I remember whose idea it was, could have been any of us, Peter C, Jeff B … Continue reading

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To Gell (Hell) & Back – abandoned at the airstrip!

TASMANIA – DENISON RANGES TO KING WILLIAM RANGES – JANUARY 2006 This trip was a repeat of the same trip that the leader Peter G had done a couple of years previously with Geoff S.  It’s a walk that is … Continue reading

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