T A S M A N I A

Our trip to Tasmania was action packed from the day we arrived to the hour we flew our tired bodies home.  Admittedly we crammed too much into our short time there-but it’s hard not to.  Pristine beaches, wilderness hiking, waterfalls and mountain range after mountain range it’s hard deciding what not to do.  Even the daily dance with Tasmania’s capricious weather seemed only to add to the rugged beauty of this island.  Apparently there’s a good food and wine scene too-but we didn’t notice.  We were too busy getting lost in the wild.

Waterfall2 (1 of 1)
LIFFEY FALLS
TopofCradle (1 of 1)
TOP OF THE CRADLE
RockIrene (1 of 1)
I WALK THE LINE
Rock (1 of 1)
THE WESTERN ARTHURS
Phil Top of the Rock (1 of 1)
CONQUER
Lake (1 of 1)
THE FIRST GLIMPSE
Irene Walk (1 of 1)
THE BEGINNING
Cradle (1 of 1)
THE CRADLE
RUSSELL FALLS
RUSSELL FALLS
Lake Oberon
LAKE OBERON

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