Tasmania Part 4: The Sea

I love places where you can be in the mountains one day and on the sea the next. We went through lots of different coastal ecosystems on our trip, and they were all stunning.

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Where the forest meets the sea


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A lagoon on the east coast (near the Freycinet penninsula) – one of the few places we went with a record of the names of the indigneous groups living in the area and information about how they interacted with the land.

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Wineglass Bay on the Freycinet penninsula

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I can’t go to a beach that beautiful without putting my feet in the water.

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This turned out to be a huge mistake and I rushed like anything to get my shoes back on! I couldn’t feel my toes properly until we started bushwalking again!

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Boatsheds

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Sea cliffs

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Rainbows over Port Arthur

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A rainy-day ferry trip to Bruny Island

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Matt finds some odd looking seaweed

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Stopping at one of Captain Cook’s freshwater creeks.

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Giant seaweed on Bruny Island. I think it looks like Pad See-iew.

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Flying home over the Bass Strait. Sea as far as the eye can see!

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