The Evercreech Forest Reserve is home to the ‘White Knights’, the tallest white gums in the world! Take the picturesque short walk for a close up view and continue on to view them from above. Make sure you bring a picnic lunch!… Read More Evercreech Forest Reserve
Due to Tasmania’s natural beauty and unique geological features, It’s quite easy to find things to do in Tasmania with kids without spending too much money. … Read More Things to do in Tasmania with kids
The Coal Mines Historic Site on the Tasman Peninsula is a great alternative to the Port Arthur Penitentiary Site for families travelling on a budget. Coming in at #2 of Tasmania’s 60 Great Short Walks, exploring the ruins and underground solitary cells are a great introduction to hiking and walking for young kids. … Read More Coal Mines Historic Site with Kids
Tasmazia and the Village of Lower Crackpot is awesome fun for the WHOLE family and is a must see when visiting Tasmania.… Read More Tasmazia – Fun for the whole family
Susan River Homestead is an ideal destination for outdoors kids, whether it’s to stay overnight or just for the day. There is lots of space to run around and plenty of outdoor activities on offer with the most popular being the horse rides. … Read More Susan River Homestead – Awesome for families!
There is no need to skip the Dove Lake Circuit if visiting with young kids! Except for one section, this walk is fairly flat and has spectacular scenery that both kids and adults can enjoy.… Read More Dove Lake Circuit with Kids
Where rolling green pasture meets white sand and orange lichen coloured boulders. Where the water is both crystal clear and a stunning shade of turquoise that fades into a deep blue. Where the air is so pristine that you consider bottling it and taking it home. Where there is a good chance that your families footprints are the only ones in the sand. They Bay of Fires was so much more than expected!… Read More The Bay of Fires – One of Australia’s most beautiful beaches
The views from the Cape Hauy Track are truly unique and memorable. However, I’m not going to lie. The Cape Hauy Track is brutal on the legs in spots if you are carrying a heavy child in a carrier. My verdict……TOTALLY WORTH IT!… Read More Hiking the Cape Hauy Track with KIDS