This was essentially a redo of a trip that took place back in November 2006, when it was adversely affected by some of Australia’s worst drought on record at the time. This time around, Julie and I once again did this trip together alone…
…just when I was about to check the handheld GPS for reception and to see how close I was to the car park, I saw underneath the rain poncho that only the attached battery cover was in my hip pouch!
Recently we were up on Tassie’s north coast, seeing several waterfall along the way. We were heading home later in the day, so we tried to make the most of the day. First up, we decided to go check out Dip Falls. I had been looking forward to seeing this falls for quite a while. […]
Dip Falls is a beautiful two tiered Waterfall ,situated at Mawbanna ,far North West Coast – Tasmania . It can be viewed from a lookout above or take the steep stepped walk to the base of the Falls .The rock formations make for a beautiful cascading affect and is best viewed in the Winter Spring […]