My Collection of Favourite Images from TASMANIA!

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!

Three months in Tasmania – A handful of favourite images!

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!

Waiting for the boat…Triabunna

Never underestimate what you can see and do in a small town. Triabunna is the gateway for passage to Maria Island (pronounced ‘Mariah’ by the locals).  ‘Bugsy’ and I pulled into the local pub – Spring Bay Hotel for the night. They ask for a gold coin donation for the local Fire Fighters to camp on their grounds! So you buy a drink, a glass of a good local … Continue reading Waiting for the boat…Triabunna

Winglass Bay – Freycinet National Park

Ok, my images will not stand up to the thousands of amazing images taken from the air. THAT is how you will see Wineglass Bay’s glorious beauty. A perfectly crescent shaped beach filled with royal blue waters edged with fine white sand. surrounded by hills – or knuckles as they say – it makes a perfect picture postcard image. I asked how it got its name. … Continue reading Winglass Bay – Freycinet National Park

Tips on Free Camping in Tasmania!

Now we ALL love things for FREE! Tasmania provides some of the best free camping I’ve seen, in some of the most glorious places. Places you would expect to pay dearly for in another part of the world. Free Camping can be provided by the local council, pubs, Tasmania relies heavily on tourism, especially in the small towns, so PLEASE be mindful on giving back … Continue reading Tips on Free Camping in Tasmania!

Moulting Lagoon -Raw – Nature

Moulting Lagoon is a BIG lagoon and sits on the edge of Freycinet National Park filled with wildlife. I’d driven by this scene on the way to the park and the colours drew me, I just had to explore it more. Filled with black swans, several species of birds (which I had no clue of their names), and hundreds of little soldier crabs in the sand…. (you can see … Continue reading Moulting Lagoon -Raw – Nature

Lagoons Beach – Isolated – Peaceful

Lagoons Beach is around 30kms north of Bicheno on Tasmania’s East Coast. with two lagoons and a glorious white sanded beach, it is a fabulous spot to pitch your tent or park your van for a relaxing weekend…or so. I pulled in late in the afternoon, with just enough time before the dark clouds set in to explore the lagoon and beach.     Continue reading Lagoons Beach – Isolated – Peaceful

Cooryong – ‘The Man from Snowy River’ territory

Driving out of the Snowy Region, you pass through Cooryong. This is the region where Banjo Patterson’s famous poem ‘The Man from Snowy River’ is written about. There are different versions who Banjo Patterson was writing about, yet Jack Riley is supposedly the most obvious person. The annual ‘The Man from Snowy River’ Bush Festival  is a big event beginning 31st March to 3rd April, 2016. … Continue reading Cooryong – ‘The Man from Snowy River’ territory