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Starting the climb up Mt Donaldson

The first section of the walk is almost flat with the slightest of uphill inclination –  for me this is the best!  The track is edged by myrtles and laurels and other native plants. I loved this deliciously pleasant experience … Continue reading

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An Incendiary event you won’t want to miss

An Incendiary event you won’t want to miss. This was the subject line in an important email I received from the Bob Brown Foundation, an organisation which advocates for the preservation of the Tarkine. This week, Tasmania’s super  exciting annual … Continue reading

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Why take an interest in the Tarkine?

The website devoted to the Tarkine-wild, ancient and threatened provides in depth explanations of the wealth of the natural resources within the Tarkine environment. It notes that less than 5% is a National Park. Mining and logging are the two … Continue reading

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What is the Tarkine?

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