Monthly Archives: May 2019

Rambling – Mount Wellington walk

Voyages of discovery. Walks of discovery. Opportunities to gain personal insights. Learning about and sensing the land, sea and air. These are the aspects of experiences I want. I seek. I need.  And so my ambitions were no greater when … Continue reading

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Bruny Island 15 of 15

It was time to consider where to have our prepacked lunch and to remember we had a ferry to catch back to mainland Tasmania later in the afternoon. So far North Bruny had not been explored so we headed for … Continue reading

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Bruny Island 14 of 15

The decision was made to visit all the specialist outlets which retail particular produce that has put Bruny Island on the map in the food industry, on our final day. Sunday. Our first port of call was The Bruny Island … Continue reading

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Bruny Island 13 of 15

From the southern end of Adventure Bay we travelled north, then west, then through Alonnah before turning south and passing  the town of Lunawanna.  A while later, through the trees we could see a little of Cloudy Bay Lagoon then … Continue reading

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Bruny Island 12 of 15

We were chilled when we stepped back onto the jetty and headed for the Cruise reception centre and restaurant.  Our colourful pots of tea were delivered to us on the open deck as we sat absorbing the strokes of the … Continue reading

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Bruny Island 11 of 15

From the southern end of Bruny we began the return journey to Adventure Bay by motoring further out to sea with the hope of spotting albatross and other birds of the sea, dolphins, and even whales.  Before long we watched … Continue reading

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Bruny Island 10 of 15

The end point of the southern journey was a collection of rocky outcrops off the southern tip of South Bruny, known as The Friars. These were situated well into the Southern Ocean. The sea swell increased, the land seemed more … Continue reading

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