Michael M

Bay of Fires / East Coast    February 2017

Walk review from Michael M, Bay of Fires / East Coast Tasmania

What a way to experience this outstanding corner of Tassie!


We were blessed with great weather, crystal clear water at a tolerable 19 degrees, making for several planned (and a few unplanned) dips. The food was wonderful, prepared by our hard-working and creative guides, Adrien and Kira. The diverse nature of the coastal environment was on show as we weaved our way South along seemingly endless deserted beaches and sinuous coastal tracks. A wonderful experience overall, even the bumpy crossing of Anson Bay by kayak in a slapping northerly. All part of the adventure. If you want more, try this video I made of our experiences: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=g-L3KbNAkQE

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