2018: I had heard accolades about the tarns and pencil pines of The Labyrinth for years from Graham…
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.
Read about the short walk to Harridge Falls just off the A3 on the drive to Weldborough
Secluded inlets, wild rocky outcrops and a lagoon are just some of the features you will encounter on this short trek along the white-sandy beaches of Little Musselroe, Tasmania.
Find out where Ralphs Falls is located and how the local community made the falls available for tourists to enjoy.
Here Christine describes the Rock-shelf walk in the Mount Victoria Forestry Reserve, North East Tasmania.