FREYCINET

sojourns

A weekend escape to the Freycinet National Park, in Tasmania, is like a spring clean for the soul.

I have to admit, it was hard to look away from the view from the verandah.

Next morning up early for sunrise at Friendly Beaches

Cue a giant wave and a wandering soul to appear on a distant rock for added mystery. I love it when this happens.

Found myself a million waterfalls tumbling over granite rocks.

The colour of the water—gets me every time.

Finally everyone's up. Let's head to the beach!

Climb a giant rock or two...

Reach new highs...

Be brave...

Laze under rays...

Meet new friends...

Stretching the legs on a steady climb to Wineglass Bay lookout. But not before meeting the locals.

Late night blues

It's a new day full of new adventures.

But before we explore—let's get the car out of this ditch

Everyone is so friendly around here.

And now back to countryside adventures.

The canola is in full bloom.

Next stop, Bicheno and the blowhole.

The crabs are flushed out as the water rushes through the cracks. Clinging tight done are washed down and they race back up to safety. What a way to spend the day! Sounds exhausting!

On to Falmouth. Oh that view!

A little bit of poor mans macro.

The locals enjoying the day

Back in Coles Bay for sunset

Some evening beach combing

Farewell to another East Coast day.

Sunrise at Sleepy Bay

And then this erupted.

A walk on the beach before heading home.

Back home the evening ends with a blood red moon.

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