Hiking Safari in West Tasmania

Hiking Safari in West Tasmania

I was stoked for Eva when I heard her Dutch family were visiting us in Australia from France and planning a trip to Tasmania. They must have been running from something, not only wanting to go to the other side of the world, but also the fact they were heading to the isolated Tasmanian west

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The Search for Ramsden Cave

The Search for Ramsden Cave

The story of Ramsden Cave goes about a century ago, a farmer lost his goat and tracked it along the coast from Apollo Bay west, all the way to Cape Patton. Just past Cape Patton and half way up the sixty-five metre cliff with the Great Ocean Road on top, he followed the goat into

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Beeripmo Walk Birthday Hike

Beeripmo Walk Birthday Hike

Beeripmo Circuit – Richards to Richards What better way to celebrate a birthday than doing an overnight hike in country Victoria. Trying to steer clear of anything too difficult so that we could drink a few beers and enjoy ourselves a bit more than usual, we picked the Beeripmo walk as it was meant to

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Jumping into the Little Blue

Jumping into the Little Blue

We spent three nights and three full days in the bottom corner of South Australia at theĀ Pippi Shack. While we were there, we went to the Little Blue Lake, Mount Gambier which is a sink hole that’s about 50 metres across with edges upto 6-7 metres, sometimes even higher from the water after a dry

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