A short, guided tour through the stunning Newdegate Cave system; one of the largest dolomoite caves currently accessible to the paying public. Tickets are $24 per adult for a 45 minute tour through stalagmite riddled chambers that weave their way below the surface of the Southern Forests.
Where we went: 3 Falls Walk (Mt Field National Park) Details of walk: grade 2, with sections that are wheelchair accessible. When we went: winter, 2020 Estimated time to complete walk: 2.5 hours Time spent on walk: a very casual 2.5 hours Sommelier and I awoke on Sunday morning with vague hiking ambitions but no… Continue reading Mt Field: 3 Falls Walk
Where we went: Disappearing Tarn (Kunanyi/Wellington Park) When we went: Mid-winter 2020 Estimated time to complete walk: 6 hours (3 if you only go to the Tarn) Time spent on walk: 6 hours Humans, in general, are obsessed with the weather, and Tasmanians doubly so. It is the great force that connects us all through… Continue reading Wellington Park: Wellington Falls via Disappearing Tarn
Where we went: Cape Hauy (Tasman Peninsula) When we went: Summer 2020 (Before Covid-19 restrictions) Estimated time to complete walk: 4 hrs Time spent on walk: 3.5 hrs Cape Hauy (I have no idea how to pronounce it, even just trying to read it makes my brain uncomfortable, but I have settled on saying “ha-yoy”… Continue reading Cape Hauy Track
to climb Mt Roland, partly because we want to test our recovery times and work towards one day doing the overland track, but mostly because it is a lesser known walk in the region and we wanted a dollop of solitude with our slice of adventure.