When planning for a trip I always try to do as much research as possible. After many, many hours here is a summary of the most useful resources I found when searching for bushwalking options in Tasmania.
After spending the morning at Battery Point and Hobart Harbour my wife and daughter returned to our hotel for a much needed rest.
The walk to Mt Amos in Freycinet National Park was the last walk that I had planned to do during our 12 day trip in Tasmania.
Of all the things we planned to do before our trip to Tasmania there was one experience I was looking forward to the most, walking in Southwest National Park. Even though it’s the largest national park in Tasmania it’s also the most remote and the least visited. I was particularly attracted to this as many…
Originally when I was researching for this trip I planned to do a long walk on the trails above Dove Lake. The exact route I planned to take was as follows: Dove Lake car park, Mount Campbell, Hansons Peak, Twisted Lakes, Artists Pool, Face Track, Marions Lookout, Wombat Pool, Lake Lilla, Dove Lake car park.
Dove Lake is a busy place, even in winter. I tried to drive to the lake in the early afternoon but I was unable to get past the boom gate due to high traffic levels. Initially I was a little frustrated but after a quick drive to the Cradle Mountain Visitor Centre I was soon…
I love travelling, exploring and most of all, walking in beautiful natural locations. One of the things I enjoy most before travelling is researching. Often in my research I have stumbled across blogs with pictures and track notes that I have found incredibly useful.