Climbing Out

The Hazards are the gateway out of Wineglass Bay back to the car park. Luckily, this is a popular hike with day trippers and that means the track is wide and well-maintained and the steps you climb into the saddle of the peaks are a beautifully created rock staircase. It is roughly a two hour…

Mounts Freycinet and Graham

After the leisure of Cook’s Beach, our third day on the Freycinet Circuit was a wake-up call to the reality of the wild land we were trekking. The twelve kilometers between Cook’s and the pinnacle of the trek, Wineglass Bay, comprises the meat of the hike. The climb immediately begins after you retrace your steps…

Cook’s Beach

Cook’s beach and campsite is only four short kilometers from Hazards Beach. Our second day tramping the Freycinet Peninsula Circuit, we only walked for an hour and a half. Located on the western side of the peninsula, Cook’s beach is the second stretch of sandy walking for travelers who want to restock on water. Rain…

Touching Ground in Tassie

We touched down in Hobart in a haze of duty free whisky and precious little sleep at 7 AM, April 27th. Despite self-inflicted fatigue, we hit the ground running. We chose to rent a car over the buses that run to the corners of Tasmania, because we wanted to be on our own time. Also,…

Finding Freycinet National Park, TZ

In the past two months, Zach and I have been on the move, covering heaps of ground and spending all our recent savings. We have been in Australia on working/holiday visas for the past six months, working whatever jobs we find and saving all of our money, in order to explore this side of the…