It was our voyage on the Spirit of Tasmania on 2 December 2017 that was the true beginning of our wayfaring life. We were fortunate to spend four wonderful months travelling around Tasmania and now a year later we continue to talk about Tasmania with great affection. There are many things – places, experiences, people […]
New things and places to explore every day, being with your people, lazing about, being outdoors and adventures. Caravanning or camping would never be a hard sell to our dogs. Tasmania has so much to see and do as well as places to camp with your dog that taking them with you really is an […]
Tasmania Round Up It is hard to believe our time wayfaring around Tasmania is now over. What a time we had! visiting the areas of Launceston, the Tamar Valley, the North Coast, the West Coast, the Huon Valley, Hobart, the Tasman Peninsular, the East Coast, the North Midlands and the Highlands. Below is our summary […]
Explore and discover the Tasman Peninsula with your dog. The dog friendly Tasman Peninsula has many attractions you can see with your dog, even the Port Arthur Historic Site.
Cradle Mountain is located in the Cradle Mountain-Lake St Clair National Park in the north west area of Tasmania. Cradle Mountain is one of those places that lives up to the hype you will hear about it; actually it was better, much better. The changing ecosystems and natural beauty took our breath away at every turn. The wild […]
Breathtaking idyllic Boat Harbour in Tasmania should be on your list of places to visit. Boat Harbour free camping is seaside. Need we say more?
We have now completed 15 weeks of travelling around the south island of Tasmania in our caravan Josephine and we have loved every minute. When we first considered travelling around Tassie we initially thought 4 weeks would do, then 8 weeks and after discussions with some kind folks on The very best of caravan and […]
Goat Island a small unpopulated rocky island on the between Penguin and Ulverston in Tasmania is home to a penguin colony and be explored by foot at low tide.
2 day itinerary of Tasmania’s Tarkine Drive, a self guided tour through temperate rainforest and along untamed coastline.