Early January 2013 saw us leaving Hobart to explore and experience more of Tasmania's scenic delights. Following is a selection of images from some of the places we visited.
|The Neck - the narrow isthmus that connects North & South Bruny Island.|
Swift Parrots seen on South Bruny, plus a suite of other species at this great birding destination.
|Cape Bruny Lighthouse - circa 1836|
|Lighthouse Bay - South Bruny Island|
|Lake St Clair, Australia's deepest lake at 200 metres.|
|A windy day at Shadow Lake, Lake St Clair National Park|
|Mt Olympus, Lake St.Clair Nat.Park|
|Nelson Falls, near Queenstown. Olive Whistlers were easily seen here.|
|Lake Burbury - hydropower storage dam|
|Lake Burbury camp ground|
|Lake Burbury sunset|
|Mount Owen, Queenstown|
|Macquarie Harbour, Strahan|
|Hell's Gates, Macquarie Heads, Strahan|
|Ground Parrot territory near Strahan aerodrome at dusk. We heard but failed to see these secretive birds.|
More on Tassie to follow.
Cheers & Happy Birding!