Queenstown Trip.

This trip to Queenstown was relatively unplanned and last-minute so we played tourist a bit but still found some interesting and rather challenging areas. Day 1. So after signing up with Skilled, we were of and on our way to Queenstown via Anthony Road.  This would have to be one of the most scenic formed... Continue Reading →

Devonport Mine

On this trip our aim was to check out some of the old Gold Mines around Black Bluff but the climb up proved more challenging than what we thought. The Climb So on Saturday after weeks and weeks of beautiful weather we where up early expecting much the same but because we had a trip... Continue Reading →

Keith River Road 4wd Trip

I love this part of Tassie and a couple of members of the Braddon 4wd Club (Dion and Ryan Bramich) had organised a trip to repair and open the road south of the Arthur River and I couldn't miss the opportunity to go as I have always wanted to do the same thing.  Although we... Continue Reading →

Mt Agnew (Trial Harbour)

On this trip we tackle Mt Agnew and try to find Cumberland falls and enjoy some spectacular west coast sunset's whilst camping at Trial Harbour. Mt Agnew After work on Friday we where off to Trial and it was a beautiful day in-fact apparently it was that nice that there where some crazy people skiing... Continue Reading →

Mt Stewart Mine Trip

Our first camping trip for the season and a trip where Dirk Jacinta and I went for a swim. Day 1. After arriving and setting up camp in Luina for our trip to Mt Stewart Mine we all said our hello's and ended up going separate ways for a few hours.  Bradley, Heidi, Cruz, Dirk... Continue Reading →

Winterbrook Falls Trip

The main purpose of todays trip was to scout out an area for another trip but rather than traveling all them km and risking it been a waste of time we decided to go into Winterbrook Falls and have a look and weren't disappointed.  The area is an old logging area of the King Billy... Continue Reading →

Julius River Swallet

This post is a bit of a re-visit of an older post (Julius River Caves) not because we are running out of places to look at but because the last few times we have been here we have completely missed all the good bits. This would have to be one of the most spectacular river... Continue Reading →

Lord Brassey Mine Trip

It is hard to believe but Lord Brassey Mine is a world-famous mineral locality.  This former nickel mine is the type locality for heazlewoodite and hellyerite, and the source of many rare minerals, including awaruite, dypingite, retgersite, reevesite, theophrastite and several new, unnamed minerals.  I have absolutely no idea what any of that is but... Continue Reading →

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