Wanderer Photographics




The following pages are diary and photo records of our various trips within Australia and overseas.

Three Capes Track - 2017

Cape Barren East walk -  15th October 25th October 2016

Clark Island - 2015

Vietnam - 2012

Coober Pedy & Lake Eyre - 2011

Karijini National Park - Western Australia - 2010

South West Western Australia - 2009

Melaleuca - South West Tasmania - March 2009


China - 2008

In March 2008 Mary and I travelled to Fujian (Tasmania's Sister Province) in China with seven other members of the Tasmanian Branch of the Australia China Friendship Society.
Our visit was semi official as apart from the touristy sites we also visited a Middle School and University that had links with Tasmania, as well as the Education Department and two country schools that the Association had assisted in the past.
The following images and diary gives more of an insight into our activities over the sixteen days.

Broome to Darwin - June 2007

This trip was 12 months in the planning before Mary, Steve, Vicki and I flew from Hobart to Broome via Melbourne and Perth with Virgin Blue for our thirty days in the Top End. After landing in Broome we picked up our Landcruiser with the number plate "Tweety" for our trip to Darwin via Cape Leveque, Tunnel Ck NP, Geike Gorge, The Bungle Bungles, Katherine Gorge, Kakadu and Litchfield. The weather ranged from wonderful to the coldest June day on record when we were in Katherine.

Overland Track, Cradle Mountain, Tasmania - Feb 2007

I had only walked the Overland Track in the winter, and Mary had never walked the whole track so we decided to do it together in relative comfort. Booked with Cradle Mountain Huts in plenty of time to get a window in February, usually the best month to walk the high country in Tasmania. As it turned out the weather was wonderful and we were looked after extremely well.

Great Ocean Road to Rutherglen - Sep/Oct 2005

I have been a member of the All Saints Wine Club since 1991 and we always wanted to eat at their restaurant at Rutherglen. So Mary, Steve, Vicki and I went to Rutherglen via The Great Ocean Road, Coonawarra, Adelaide, Swan Hill and Echuca. It was a very enjoyable trip and the restaurant was worth it.