Our exspeditions into Tasmania’s pristine Southwest were recently featured in The Australian. Matthew Denholm writes of spectacular scenery, fine Tasmanian fare and an immediate sense of wilderness. “Itineraries are fluid, moulded by wind and weather, time and tide and the interests of clients. There are two distinctive worlds to explore – the calm, reflective and mountain-fringed waters of Bathurst Harbour, its channel, narrows and tributaries; and more exposed and hostile, to the west of the aptly named Breaksea Islands, including impossibly rocky coastline, wave-battered islands, and stunning sandy beaches and dunes in and around Port Davey.”
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