To help you on with your holiday plans, we have detailed our fantastic journey around the globe on videos and easy-to-read fact sheets complete with contact details and links.

Freycinet National Park
We were lucky enough to be staying at Freycinet Lodge, the only accommodation inside Freycinet National Park. As the gateway to the magnificent grandeur that is the Freycinet region, the Lodge is amazingly well integrated into the natural environment, so well that it is virtually invisible when viewed from across the bay. read more

Wineglass Bay lookout
Up two hours before sunrise, we made the 45 minute trek with all our gear to the top of the Wineglass Bay lookout to shoot Paul’s first story. What a sunrise. And it just goes to show why Wineglass Bay is known as one of the world’s best beaches. read more

Pyengana and Launceston
As we bid farewell to Freycinet, thinking that the spectacular sea- and land-scape was behind us, we made our way north to the tiny hamlet of Pyengana. The road from Bicheno to St Helens has to be one of Australia’s best coastal drives. read more

Ben Lomond National Park
As the sun rose, we started on the road to Ben Lomond National Park. Were we in for a surprise! This has to be one of the most unique roads in the country, and not for the faint of heart. Neville motored the CRV carefully up the mountainside to be rewarded with views over the north east of Tasmania. read more

Culzean Gardens
Culzean’s gardens (pronounced Cullane) were established in the 1840’s, and some of the gems Melissa discovered included a massive Californian redwood, a gorgeous catalpa, fantastic English style parkland and a massive 3 acre landscaped lake surrounded by thousands of water loving plants and wildlife such as platypus and ducks. read more

Mountain Adventure Tours - Strahan Village
A real jewel of Cradle Mountain has to be Greg Mckerrow. Greg is the owner of Tasmanian Mountain Adventure Tours, and if you get the chance an absolute must do is his Night Spotlight Tour. read more

West Coast Wilderness Railway
Trevor retraced the pioneering route from Queenstown to Strahan, through some of the most spectacular scenery to rival any railway in Australia. We departed from Queenstown station on board the fully restored carriages, not prepared for the visual extravaganza that would befall us from the comfort of the train. read more

Salamanca Market
With this morning being Trevor’s and the crew’s last day in Tasmania, we were a little slower than normal after the premature celebrations of a fantastic trip around the most scenic and diverse of Australia’s states. read more