After our Winter House Sitting near St Helens we travel down the East Coast to eventually work our way around to the Huon Valley and on to Bruny Island. We then returned to the Hobart area at The Lea Scout Camp before starting the third part of our Tasmanian adventure.
The third part of our Tasmanian adventure: Leaving from The Lea Campground near Hobart we head for the West Coast and then complete our island tour through the central areas and back to the North East before departing for Melbourne on March 3, 2020.
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January 24, 2020As you approach the fianl short descent to Lake Dobson you travel across Wombat Moor, an open stretch of high moorland country. Along the first 200m of the path to Lakes Belton and Belcher is a boardwalk with interpretive signs of all the...
January 24, 2019Lake Dobson is as far as the road takes you from the Mt Field Campground when the section to the ski fields is closed off. A distance of 16km the frist 14km are all uphill, rising from 160m at the campground to over 1000m at the crest on Wombat...
Top: Russell Falls January 21, 2019From the edge of the Campground are the two ends of the loop walk of around 5km which takes in the Lady Barron Falls, Horseshoe Falls and the well known Russell Falls. If you walk anti clockwise (as we were advised) you...
January 19-28, 2019After 8 days around Lake Pedder we moved back down to Mt Field National Park and the NP Campground, at first for 3 or 4 days but then deciding to stay until after the Australia Day long weekend. The route back down Gordon River Road takes you...
January 15.2019 At the Southern end of Lake Pedder are Scotts Peak Dam, which bridges the Huon River and the smaller Edgar Dam, positioned to maintain the required water level in the two lakes. Lake Pedder and Lake Gordon are, in fact, designed as a single...
January 13, 2019As the weather stayed fine and clear we took a short drive to the two major dams in this area. The Serpentine Dam (above) is the Northern barrier which forms Lake Pedder across the Serpentine River (see later post for the Southern dams) and along the...
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