Tag Archives: walking
Dec
07
2011

Located between Hobart, Strahan and Cradle Mountain, the small town of Derwent Bridge is the ideal place to take a well-earned rest stop on your extensive tour of beautiful Tasmania. Weary travellers often relax in this scenic location after completing … Continue reading

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Nov
07
2011

Will you be lining up in the exciting and challenging Triple Top Mountain run in Tasmania next Sunday? Continue reading

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Sep
28
2011

Walking and trekking in Tasmania offers bushwalkers an amazing opportunity to experience some of the world's most breathtaking views and diverse landscapes. Exploring the island state by foot is special for many reasons, such as the fact one-third of it … Continue reading

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Aug
08
2011

On the first Sunday of each month the Sunday Tasmanian runs a travel section on Tasmania. Each month we’ll post you some of our favourite excerpts from the paper. Here’s the first post from yesterday’s paper: Dr Lorne Kriwoken is … Continue reading

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Jul
20
2011

Tasmania’s Three Capes Walk, highly anticipated as one of Australia’s best overland walks, has got the go-ahead after the project was threatened by government budget cuts. The setting for the walking track will be the Tasman Peninsula region, which is … Continue reading

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