Nature Euphoriasharing adventure and sustainability
Southern Island Nature
The Magic of Tasmania’s rivers, oceans and forests
December 2019 & January 2020
he diversity of green is beyond words and the combination of ferns, mosses, fungi, sassafras, celery top, and vines mosaic the understory cathedral. In the old growth of the Tarkine, you feel small, yet so connected to the world around, this truly natural place is worth more than wood chips!
Preminghana is a beautiful and sacred aboriginal mountain on the far northwest coast of Tasmania. A raw cliff covered mountain protrudes from the extensive beachy coastline, forming a headland near Marrawah.
Many hours, for many days and into weeks I flowed with the rivers, on the freshest of waters and within the lushest of valleys. Usually in a vessel referred to as a kayak, with friends and sometimes only with the birds and fish around me.
The waves surround the island, often reaching every cove and bay, the swells that have grown over thousands of kilometres on a journey two thirds around the earth, whipping up from Antartica into the southern oceans to eventually collide with Tasmania.
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