Tag Archives: cruising
Feb
04
2013

Organise a weekend in Strahan, enjoying the spectacular Gordon River Cruise. Continue reading

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Dec
01
2012

Breathe in fresh air of Tasmania and head out for an adventure these holidays in the Franklin-Gordon Wild Rivers National Park. Continue reading

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Oct
13
2012

Make a trip to Tasmania's oldest convict settlement, the Sarah Island Historic Site, for an eerie encounter this October. Located on the rugged west coast in the Tasmanian Wilderness World Heritage Area, Sarah Island was considered by Lt Governor Sorell … Continue reading

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Apr
02
2012

Bruny Island is only a short drive and boat trip from Hobart, but it will feel like you are a world away Continue reading

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Jan
08
2012

Stop by at the small ex mining town of Corinna for a cruise down the river or pleasant walk among the rainforest. Continue reading

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Dec
30
2011

Sorell is a quaint destination near Hobart with some beautiful churches, great pubs, and delicious varieties of fruits and berries. Continue reading

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Dec
17
2011

On the Great Nature Trail in north-west Tasmania, visitors will discover abundant wildlife, quaint towns and thriving vegetation over four magical days. Continue reading

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Nov
22
2011

A trip to north-east Tasmania is not complete without stopping by at Beauty Point, a small town with a big range of attractions. Continue reading

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Jul
01
2011

Imagine, just for a moment, that you were planning a voyage around Australia. First, it could be easy to imagine you might need some boating skills. You’d probably also need to counter a long list of potential hazards. Would getting … Continue reading

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Jun
23
2011

It’s day 23 of Rob Pennicott’s circumnavigation of Australia to raise funds for polio eradication. He and his crew and their two yellow dinghies have crossed the Gulf of Carpentaria. The Tassie tourism operator won’t ever be much further north … Continue reading

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