Monthly Archives: July 2017
A number of panels provide excellent assistance for visitors who are curious to know what tree or bush they are looking at.
The interpretative panels with photos were of most interest to me. For example, despite the fact this shot below of the Pieman River meeting the heads and the Southern/Indian Ocean would have been photographed at some time since 1816 (the … Continue reading
Not to be missed in Corinna are the small miners’ cottages and other historic buildings that were originally part of the operating mining township. The buildings edge either side of the main road between the cottages and the Tarkine Hotel. … Continue reading
For this adventure and discovery trip to the Tarkine, my friend and I had travelled from Hobart with packed eskies and bags of fresh fruit and vegetables so we were well prepared to cook our meals. We had enjoyed a … Continue reading
Online information and panel boards indicated the walk to and from Whyte River would be more or less a walk in the park and take about 1.5 hours for the return trip. I remarked that it didn’t matter that my … Continue reading
With the walk to Savage River and the return to Corinna in the kayak completed we felt we deserved a drink at the pub. The verandah on the Tarkine Hotel is deep, with contemporary rustic furniture that is perfect to … Continue reading