Atlas Creek Falls.

On this trip, we venture into Savage River National Park to try to find Atlas Creek Falls. I have been eying this waterfall of for a couple of years now and we made a half-hearted attempt about a year ago but soon gave up as the bush was very thick myrtle regrowth and it was... Continue Reading →

Keith River Road Waterfalls.

This was a short morning trip to find a couple of waterfalls around the Keith River Road we also came across a lot of fungi of all different shapes colours and sizes. After doing all my jobs the day before we thought we would make the most of the spare time and go and explore... Continue Reading →

The Corinna Trip

With the 'Slug' still out of action we packed the Kayaks and the camping trailer up and headed to Corinna for the weekend. Day 1 So after a stinking hot day at work we where of along the Western explorer and it wasn't long before we seen some very strange weather that could only happen... Continue Reading →

Elvers Falls.

It's been a busy month or two with family over for Christmas work commitments and everything else so we have been a bit quite with the blog but we have still been out and about, just in places we have been many times before.  With the 'Slug' out of action with a lack of wheel... 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 →

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 →

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 →

Luncheon Hill To Teapot Hill

After last nights shenanigans, (sorry Sam Had to add it) Beers and a great meal (thanks Sam and Shelley) we had a bit of a hangover, I just can't handle it like I used to but I still couldn't waste the day away. We forced ourselves out too kick the hangover and explore some more places that we... Continue Reading →

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