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When one of the world's most revered chefs came to town...

‘Alain Passard? Who? Never heard of him…’ This would be the answer repeated consistently should you stop people in the streets of Launceston and ask them what they know about Alain Passard. 817 more words


The Holiday is Over...

There comes a time when you simply have to accept, that the holiday is over. No longer will you be side-casting under the overhang of a myrtle tree, as the deafening sound of the cicada echoes through the eucalypts above. 225 more words

Fly Fishing

Narawntapu National Park (Part 1) - some history.

Tasmania has nineteen National Parks covering in excess of 1.5 million hectares (3.7 million acres). The vast majority of protected land is in the near inaccessible south-west wilderness up to the central highlands and iconic Cradle Mountain. 1,267 more words


Something Old, Something New

One of petal & pins new stockists is Walker & Walker in Richmond Tasmania, they have a lovely mix of gifts, childrens toys, special things for the garden, antiques and vintage wares – my favourite kind of shop! 95 more words

Garden Fairy's Wardrobe

Discover Tasmania - The Magnificient Bruny Island

From the old town of Richmond, we drove all the way to Kettering Ferry terminal which it is located 30 minutes or 34km away from Hobart town. 1,027 more words


Discover Tasmania - The Arrival & Richmond Town

Yeap! We’re finally in the land of Australia last autumn. It came to our surprised that both of us received the same Emirates promotional newsletter on their latest route which is to Melbourne, Australia. 822 more words