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 →

Chester Mine Underground

Although the main objective of this trip was to finish off our adventure in and around the Chester area Jacinta and I decided to make the weekend of it and stay down in Tullah and check out a few other areas.  Now once again the weather man threatened us with abuse of storms gale winds rain... Continue Reading →

Hawkes Creek Swallet

Today we thought we would go and check out something that has been on the list for a while Hawkes Creek Swallet.  A swallet is where a waterway just disappears into the side of a hill and then re-appears somewhere up-stream, a great example of this is at Julius River.  So after loading the 'Slug'... Continue Reading →

Farquhar’s Road Trip

After a horrid couple of weeks caused by incompetent upper management whom of which have decided to close the factory I and many others work at for literally no reason, it was time to get back to some sort of normality and what not better way to do that than to venture out into some... Continue Reading →

Keith River Road

This time of the year is always the best not only is the weather generally good but there are a heap of long weekends and public holidays which means more time to get out and explore.  Although we have driven most of the northern end of Keith River Road before we haven't really ventured to... Continue Reading →

Exploring The ‘Tarkine’ Loop

Over the last couple of days we have been out and about exploring the not so known areas of the 'Tarkine' Loop Tourist Route and testing out the new weapon of choice... The Slug. An old KLF 300 I picked up to help us get into those not so easy to reach areas and although... Continue Reading →

Julius River Waterfalls

Today was probably one of the more spectacular walks we have done in Tassie and it was pretty unorthodox as such as much of it was walking in a river. We started at the Julius River Reserve which is a nice spot but why it is where it is strange as downstream there are caves and... Continue Reading →

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