A demanding ascent to St Arnaud Range that left a few mooses short of breath and a trip to waterfall named by the forgotten bottle of whiskey on the second and the third day of our Nelson Lakes Park adventure.
Sunny days full of walks in Nelson Lakes National Park providing amazing views of snow-covered hills on one side but freezing nights with cold feet and noses on the other. That was our Queen’s birthday weekend in South Island.
Our Tasmanian adventure was getting to its end. Back in Hobart we spent our last day among animals, plants and art, and enjoyed a few more panoramic views from Mt Wellington. But then it was already time to catch a plane and go back home.
Two days in the area of Tasman Peninsula full of exploring little local gems, undertaking two half day trips to Cape Hauy and Cape Raoul, and enjoying beautiful sceneries of exposed high cliffs and swirling sea.
Transfer from Cradle Mountain to Freycinet Peninsula where we spent another day wandering along white sand beaches, rocky Hazards or enjoying views of dramatic coastal cliffs. Also, another interesting animal was spotted.