Department of Terrestrial Exploration

The Department promotes, records, and shares the explorations and documentations of those who would discover new things about tho planet Terra (#3). Terrestrial is meant in its most inclusive meaning, encompassing the atmosphere, lithosphere, and hydrosphere.

Giant Trees of Tasmania – Where to See Them and Why They’re Important

Did you know Tasmania has the world’s tallest and largest flowering plants?

Editor

Travels in Tasmania: The West

An introduction to the island – up over the central mountains, down to the West Coats, and to the northwest coast – all in less than 30 minutes!

Special Arrangement

Shutterbug kunanyi – Images of Mount Wellington

We may have visited more times than we can count, but there is always something remarkable to study on the Wellington Range.

Roy Vieth

Discovering Penguin Jasper

A mineral treasure awaits on the north coast

Apple Isle Prospector

The Graveyard of the Giants

The strangest forest you will ever experience.

Mick Lawrence

The Most Humbling Beauty – the Eastern Arthurs

It’s steep. It’s wild. It’s humbling.

Dan Broun

The Spires

Three Trampers, Ten Arduous Days, Seven Wild Summits

Zane Robnik

Mount Geryon

One of the most daunting peaks in Tasmania

Cam Walker

At the Lake of Fire – Abseiling into Marum Volcano Crater

“It looks like all of my wildest dreams in one moment”

Special Arrangement

Ski Mountaineering in the Southwest

The highest mountain in the Southwest, clad in the heaviest snowfall for decades…

Wild Oates Productions