I separated from the rest of the crew after leaving Tasmania and explored Melbourne on my own. I took my roller hockey skates with me so could cover heaps of ground in minimal time 🙂 I jumped the barrier stopping the traffic from getting on to the Albert Park formula 1 track (which was being […]
Whilst surfing my backups I found these photos from my trip to Hobart in 2007. The first two are from a trip with Kelly Kilpin, Lisa McClintock and Vicki Argyle on a boat in Hobart. The second two are from dinner that night at Sals restaurant.
Lisa, Vicky, Jon and I visited Cockles Creek which is the most southern most point of Australia (well, almost). The weather was stonking hot and we had lots of fun fooling around on a giant whale.
Erm, this was rather unexciting. It’s just a big bridge built up in these huge trees south of Hobart.
Vicky Argyle, Tasha Munro, Lisa McClintock and I all ventured south from Hobart to visit the Hastings Caves. The caves are truly spectacular and you can get some wonderful pictures inside. There’s a sign outside saying you aren’t allowed to use a tripod, but the guide told me it was okay as long as I […]
Aside from the occasional near miss with wallabies and possums scampering across the road in front of our car we (me, Lisa and Vicky) also visited a wildlife sanctuary between Port Arthur and Hobart.