Square Rock Walking Trail is located in Namadgi National Park which is located approximately 30 minutes drive south west of Canberra. As far as I am aware there is no public transport out this way so you will need a car. The Square Rock trail head starts from a small dirt car park just a few… Continue reading Square Rock Walking Trail. Namadgi National Park
Another trip, another video.. I finally got around to putting together a collaboration of all the good parts of our footage from Tasmania. I hope you enjoy.
Gibraltar Peak is located in Tidbinbilla Nature Reserve which is located approximately 30 minutes drive west of Canberra. As far as I am aware there is no public transport out this way so you will need a car. Tidbinbilla has lots of walks There are two main trails to Gibraltar Peak, the first starts from… Continue reading Gibraltar Peak. Tidbinbilla Nature Reserve
Continuing on from our sneak peak at Port Arthur Historical site last night we quickly got ready and headed over to the site ready for our 9.30am guided tour. The guided tour was led by a chick called Mel and we were both pretty impressed with her knowledge and the quality of the tour. After… Continue reading Tassie Day 12 – Port Arthur to Hobart
A little sleep in was needed after last nights late night at the hostel and my bottom bunk buddy moving around, shaking the bunks all night. We had a relatively long drive (in tassie terms) to reach our next lot of itinerary items this morning and first up was the Tessellated pavement in Eaglehawk Neck.… Continue reading Tassie Day 11 – Coles Bay to Port Arthur (Tasman Peninsula)
Another beautiful day on Tasmania’s East Coast, we had some of the coasts most iconic activities planned for the day so it was time to get up and begin. Seeing as we were in Bicheno it only made sense to make our first stop the Bicheno blow hole which is right where the town is… Continue reading Tassie Day 10 – Bicheno to Coles Bay (Freycinet National Park)
I must be oversleeping because I woke up at 7.15 today after going to sleep just after 10pm and I was still super tired. Anyway, time to get ready, pack our things and move on. First stop of the day, Bridestowe Lavender Farm. This place has roughly 120 acres of lavender plants which they harvest… Continue reading Tassie Day 9 – Launceston to Bicheno via Bay of Fires