Tag Archives: Tasmanian Geographic

Traversing Tasmania

For Tasmanian bushwalkers, and any mainlanders willing to risk being shut out of their state through new lockdowns, there are many tracks to follow, and maps to guide your way in the unsettled parts of this state. I have noticed … Continue reading

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Kayaking, spiders, a synagogue and giant trees

What do these items have in common? The answer is the Tasmanian Geographic online magazine.  In Issue 54 published last November, four extraordinary exposes introduce you to Tasmanian landscapes, insects, and a way to enjoy the environment. I learnt Tasmania … Continue reading

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Tasmanian Geographic

Occasionally I mention the glorious and fascinating online magazine, Tasmanian Geographic. The latest issue No 53 contains 4 articles and each has wowed me. Collectively they will take you days to look at, consider and digest. The Editor sent me … Continue reading

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Petrified Wood

Issue 52 of the online magazine Tasmanian Geographic alerted me to another enlightening story. The Apple Isle Prospector presented a pictorial explanation of the Tasmanian natures. Apparently our state’s petrified wood comes from Tertiary forests which grew between 66 and … Continue reading

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Thought for the day

The online magazine Tasmanian Geographic has a ‘last word’ at the bottom of a screen: ‘The more you know, the less you need.’ Ponder this for a while. Is it true for you?

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Forgotten Emus

I have been reading the free and fascinating online magazine Tasmanian Geographic  for years.  The nature of the articles and their quality always amazes me in the most positive way. Quite exciting. A recent issue is no exception and helps … Continue reading

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The Sentinels stun

As we motored along the Gordon River Road, through the sleety rain we noted Scotts Peak Road, a left hand turn-off which we expected to follow on day two in order to begin to appreciate the scale of the current … Continue reading

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