Around the mouth of the Pieman River were the remnants of acres of once sturdy trees that had been uprooted inland, fallen into the river and which had floated down during stormy torrents. Some seemed to show (was it my imagination?) signs they were part of old logging practices from the days when cut trees were deliberately floated to the Ocean for collection and transport elsewhere. Most of us found a comfortable silvery trunk on which to sit while we ate our fresh packed lunch.
Enjoy this 360 degrees video of the area with voice over here.
Still images of the large ‘driftwood’ show the scale of the ‘deposits’.
This video gives a sense of how exhilarated we felt in this piece of country.