A TRIBUTE TO TASMANIAN SCALLOPS

A TRIBUTE TO TASMANIAN SCALLOPS

There are many reasons to visit beautiful Tasmania, but perhaps the best one is to eat freshly caught scallops. Oh yes indeed. Even as far back as WWI locals complained that too many were shipped off to the mainland. However, it seems this was not the case

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TIGER OF THE TASMANIAN KIND

TIGER OF THE TASMANIAN KIND

Recently my partner Rob and I were in Kakadu (Northern Territory). looking at indigenous rock art. For me, the most exciting image was of a thylacine, thought to be over 4,000 years old. How wonderful. TRAPPED IN TASMANIA… For many months in 1908 the Tasmanian coastal towns 

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TASMANIA–AN ADVENTURE

Well  last week I went on a  holiday to Tasmania in search of two special little girls called Ellie and Ash.  My elderly guardians Pauline  and Rob are their great auntie and uncle.   I reckon this might make me their adoptive fourth cousin thrice removed. OK,  so

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