Alum Cliffs: A walk with a view

Alum Cliff Lookout Platform

Why visit Alum Cliffs? The answer is simple. Alum Cliffs is all about the views! Tucked away in the central north region of Tasmania. Just a few kilometres from the town of Mole Creek. Hidden away on a dirt road cutting through the farmland you’ll find a walking trail. Bushwalk The 45 minute return walk starts …

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Trowutta Arch: Tasmania’s Hidden Geological Wonder

Trowutta Arch rock formation Tasmania

Trowutta Caves State Reserve. We think this reserve is a must see stop when your cruising down the Tarkine Drive tourism route. This beautiful reserve is located just a stone’s throw away from the North West Tasmanian town of Trowutta. Taking a quick detour off the Tarkine Drive along a short but bumpy unsealed road …

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Best place for kids to see Tasmania’s Penguins

Little Penguins from North West Tasmania

Everyone loves Penguins. I remember visiting Victor Harbor as a child to see the penguins on Granite Island. Creeping quietly in the dark trying to catch a glimpse of these cute little animals returning to shore after a day out fishing. Penguin watching is a great family activity that your kids will love. And Tasmania …

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