Check this out. The 2018 WWF Australia calendar published by World Wide Fund for Nature (WWF, formerly World Wildlife Fund) features one of Carol’s photos. 2018 Calendar: WWF Australia The May feature image in the WWF Australia 2018 calendar showcases The Tarkine views from Sumac Lookout. Appropriate permission was requested from Carol’s family to use the photo. We think she’d have been so proud… and so are we! The chosen image was originally published by Think Tasmania in Carol’s article about Tasmanian Forests. You can see more images from the Tarkine Forest in Greg Hale’s photo of the month...Read More
Author: Tania Horne
Here is a photo of the little Boat Shed at the side of the Dove Lake, Cradle Mountain National Park ~ Greg Hale Dove Lake Boat Shed, Cradle Mountain Greg notes that Carol’s photo was taken at 2:15pm on 6 February 2011. We’d love to know just how many images of the boat shed have been snapped over time. We’d be willing to wager… quite a lot. But a good subject in such a stunning location never loses its appeal, and we hope you enjoy this version. We have some great “further reading” to suggest this time around, as...Read More
We dined at Beachway Motel and Restaurant in Ulverstone on the very first day for new owners. That could’ve gone one of two ways. Luckily for us, it went exceptionally well. Dining in Ulverstone: Beachway Motel and Restaurant The chicken schnitzel was ah-may-zing. I’m aware that’s not appropriately in-depth terminology for the food critics among us, so let me add this snippet: the schnitzel crumbs were crunchy and flavoursome, just how I like them. The chips were hot and crispy; the salad was well-dressed and the pepper sauce… wow! It was really tasty and had just the right amount...Read More
We chose a sunny, spring day to visit Bothwell in Tasmania’s Central Highlands region; Nant Distillery in particular. The weather was absolutely perfect, but the stunning surrounds would’ve been equally memorable regardless of conditions. Atrium Cellar Door: Nant Distillery We were advised by phone before our visit… meals served at Nant Distillery’s onsite cellar door are more casual now than times previous. The friendly and knowledgeable staff at the aptly named Atrium Restaurant still served up a killer platter though. We were completely smitten by the ambience of Bothwell’s fine country estate, and lingered longer than strictly necessary to enjoy...Read More
We didn’t know almond croissants even existed. Then we discovered them. Now we’re dreaming up the next chance to get one. We got this beauty from Pigeon Whole Bakers in Hobart. Where do you get your almond croissants? Almond croissants (like the one pictured above) are available at Pigeon Whole Bakers: 32 Argyle Street near Hobart’s waterfront. Follow Pigeon Whole Bakers on Facebook if you like. If you like this article about Tasmania, and you’d like to read more, just subscribe to our newsletter or join us on social media via Facebook, Twitter, Pinterest or Instagram. If you really like this article, and you want others to see it, you can choose...Read More
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