The Anchor mine and its stampers have had a checkered history from opening in 1880 to finally closing in 1996. We encourage you to visit this interesting site and to read about the mine’s history.
Off the Beaten Track in Tasmania
Here you can read about our family adventures off the beaten track into the most amazing places in Tasmania. We hope to inspire you. If we can drive, ride or walk into these places - then so can you!
We have visited the Cradle Mountain - Lake St Clair National Park, Mount William National Park and tackled the Three Capes Walk, Overland Track and Frenchans Cap to just name a few. Of course, we also share with you many of lesser-known natural wonders of North East Tasmania, too.
Whilst under COVID travel-restrictions Jennifer Cossins has been roaming around her island home. Recently she made her way to the North East.
The walk to Cube Rock near South Mt Cameron has been regularly traversed for over 100 years. Legend has it that Thylacines were commonly seen along this track.
If you have ever asked, “Where can I see a platypus, then this blog should give you some answers. You might even see a platypus in your lounge room…
Trevor Scott discusses how practicing mindfulness in Tasmania’s stunning North East region can benefit both your body and mind.