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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Adelaide Himeji Gardens: Stunning Japanese Oasis

Image of the Adelaide Himeji Gardens Torii gate

Adelaide’s Himeji Gardens are an oasis in the city. Finding your inner zen? Searching for tranquility? Or lazing under the dappled shade of a tree? The Himeji Gardens might just be what you need! The Adelaide Himeji Garden provides the perfect setting to unwind and relax. Escape the noise and bustle of the city, without …

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