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PacificEdge | October 17, 2017

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Nomadics

Wanderings by road and track

A stroll in the bush

January 2, 2014 |

A Tasmanian journey…

IF THERE IS one good thing that Hobart has (let’s be clear: it has more than one) it’s access to the surrounding countryside and bushland. And… it has a 1250 metre-high mountain within the city limits. That’s … Read More

Launceston’s stop for chocolate

January 1, 2014 |

A Tasmanian journey…

IF CAFES can be signifiers of cultural change, then that is what Cocobean is.

This was my thought I sat down with in this tiny cafe that bills itself as a ‘chocolate boutique’ in downtown Launceston, reflecting … Read More

Sydney — another smoky day

November 2, 2013 |

Bushfire, again, as the smoke blankets the city…Read More

Solomons journeys: Just a little wet underfoot

October 19, 2013 |

Negotiating the road to the Kastom Gaden Association’s office and farm can be an aquatic experience after rain…Read More

A domed home in the hills

August 31, 2013 |

AS it’s the first day of Spring 2013 I thought I might commemorate the passing of the cold months (which weren’t really all that cold at all) with a picture from my film photography days, a photo now some decades … Read More

Return — hut on a point

April 9, 2013 |

IT’S BEEN DECADES, I thought as the driver throttled back the engines to approach the jetty. Decades… and there was no jetty, no fast catamaran then… just an old wooden launch captained by a man in late middle age. Not … Read More

Journey through a defile

April 8, 2013 |

WHEN YOU next visit Launceston, put on your walking shoes, stretch your muscles and take the well-trodden walk from the edge of the city into First Basin. Irrespective of whether you take the low, easy track or the steeper, rougher … Read More

All that remains… ruins on a Tasmanian mountainside

April 8, 2013 |

ALL THAT REMAINS is a bit of stone work where the house once was. And a few pieces of iron rusted by the decades since the fires of ’67 devoured the building and the rest of the farm — one … Read More