Southwest Tasmania

Expedition Class – Treehouse Challenge

A classroom in the treetops!

Y.D. Bar-Ness

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

Ski Mountaineering in the Southwest

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

Wild Oates Productions

As the Seasons Turn

What’s red, yellow, orange, and green, is found up high, and is about to fall?

Arwen Dyer

The Sentinels at Dawn

Mid-August, six AM , it’s minus one degrees Centigrade and my fingers are not working.

Sam Wilkinson

A Homeland in the Southwest

Where can you go when the world turns against you? Critchley Parker had an idea- the farthest corner of the farthest island..

Helen Webberley

An Early Tasmanian BASE Jump

The first Tasmanian to BASE parachute jump off one of our most famous mountains recalls the steps leading to the edge

Chris Sharples

The Folded Range and the White Monoliths, Part 2

Join Matt Brain on a truly epic walk into a remote corner of the Southwest. Part 2 of 2.

Matt Brain

The Folded Range and the White Monoliths, Part 1

Join Matt Brain on a truly epic walk into a remote corner of the Southwest. Part 1 of 2.

Matt Brain