Discover Tasmania’s Southwest National Park, some of the most remote, unspoiled scenery in all of Australia, a landscape photographer’s dream. The Southwest National Park is Tasmania’s
Adjacent to the heritage tow of Oatlands, you’ll find picturesque Lake Dulverton, a waterbird sanctuary and wonderful spot to visit and relax. Enjoy the lakeside walk, do some birdwatching, have a picnic, and see if you can spot the quirky characters submerged in and hanging out by the water. We’ve put together a few tips on how to make the most of your lakeside time.
Strathgordon is literally the place at the end of the road, nestled deep within Tasmania’s rugged southwest on the edge of World Heritage Wilderness Area. Adventure awaits around Lake Pedder, with hiking, fishing, boating, kayaking, and swimming—not to mention the world’s highest commercial abseil to conquer!
Tasmania’s Far South is just a 1–2 hour drive from Hobart, but feels worlds away. This peaceful pocket at the bottom of the world is
Now more than ever, is it important to take some time out, de-stress and focus on your health and wellness. It can be easy to