Lying on the slopes of the West Coast Range, Queenstown is a small settlement of just under 2,000 inhabitants. It lies along the “circuit” which many travellers use to navigate Tasmania. Queenstown lies (at least it did for us) between Cradle Mountain and Lake St Clair, and was the first real glimpse of civilisation we’d [Continue…]
The Bay of Islands is a coastal park along that Great Ocean Road which stretches 32 kilometres between Warrnambool and Peterborough. There are a number of look out points dotted along the coast, some of which have their own parking so that you can stop, get out, stretch your legs, take some pictures, complain that [Continue…]
I just wanted to share this picture I took in Freycinet National Park, Tasmania. This is the opposite side of the “neck” from Wineglass Bay, and features a 360 degree view of mountains, sea and sand.