Posts Tagged ‘Mt William National Park’

Best Office View Ever?

We were driving down some narrow and overgrown forest tracks in Tasmania’s North East when we stumbled across a fire tower perched up on one of the hills. To our surprise there was a man working at the top of the tower who invited us up for a look. November to April is Tasmania’s bushfire […]


Bay of Fires

The Bay of Fires on the North East coast of Tasmania is famous for its clear blue ocean, snow-white sand and orange, lichen covered rocks. It is an enchanting place which got its name in 1773 from explorer Tobias Furneaux who saw the many fires of Aboriginal people on the beaches. Now its the campfires […]