Posts in Natural Life
Escape to the Rainforest

Whilst New South Wales basks in the summer heat, there are places that hide luxurious pools and cool quiet respites. Rawson Falls in Boorganna Nature Reserve rainforest, part of the network of National Parks, is one such place. 

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When you think it is all over

The sky was inky black and filled with stars when I left home. Not a cloud in sight. Not for long. It was OK. They would add to the atmosphere. It began to rain. Perhaps it would blow over. 

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Gordon River National Park, Tasmania

After travelling 11,000 miles along the 40th degree of latitude from South America, the winds and waters of the Southern Ocean, meet Tasmania. On some days Mother Nature plays nicely on others she shows her ugly worst.

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Tarkine, World Heritage Area, Tasmania

In the far north west of Tasmania is a 370,000 hectare, region known as the Tarkine, after the Aboriginal people who first populated it. For many, even in Tasmania, it is thought to be all rain forest. In fact it is much more.

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