Exploring north-east Tasmania

Wow. Tasmania certainly is a stunning state. After backtracking over the Weldborough Pass I went to stay with my new friend Lance, in the tiny locality of Goshen (a 15 minute drive from St Helens on the north-east coast). From here we went exploring. Glorious beaches, azure waters, pristine rainforest, waterfalls and wildlife aplenty were in store.

I’ll let the pictures do the talking this time… (nothing to do with the fact I’m trying to catch up…) –

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The Blue Tier Giant

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Hello little echidna

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Tasmanian Devil roadkill – I sent this photo off to the ‘Save The Tasmanian Devil Appeal’ as they ask for evidence of sightings, dead or alive

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Launceston Botanical Gardens

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White wallaby at dusk in Pyengana – I was told that white wallabies only exist on Bruny Island… not true

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A little eastern quoll

That’s all for now folks!

Liz

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