Tag Archives: Waratah

Tasmania – Out and About in the North West 14 – 17 April 2018

I had travelled to Tasmania to do a walk across the Central Plateau. Roger, a good friend was also on his way to Tasmania, taking his car across with him on the boat, and in a few days we would … Continue reading

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Tasmania – Tarkine Area – Corrina – Pieman River – Conical Rocks – Waratah 10 – 12 March 2018

The Tarkine is a large area of wilderness remaining in the North West of Tasmania. It contains large areas of rainforest, wild rivers, limestone areas and a magnificent coastline. It is an area that should be all protected in a … Continue reading

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Goochs Crater – 11 October 2015

My friend, Roger Lembit, had put a walk on the National Parks Association walks program to Goochs Crater. I joined him on the trip. Roger is a botanist, and has been studying the ecology of the area near the crater … Continue reading

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Blue Mountains Weekend 25-26 October 2014

Su Li wanted to take her cousin Michelle down a canyon, and she chose Empress Canyon at the head of the Valley of the Waters at Wentworth Falls. I had travelled up the mountains with John, Chuin Nee and their … Continue reading

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