The Western Arthurs January 16th 2016 Even somewhere already as rugged as Tasmania's famed southwest, some places have a special reputation for their wildness and beauty. The Western Arthurs, a compact chain of mountains sprinkled with lakes some 80 kilometres west-southwest of Hobart, are one of those places. Indeed, every Tasmanian bushwalker worth his or her salt has seen the Arthurs, or has plans to go there one day.
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Oceania » Australia » Tasmania » Western Arthurs Aboriginal settlers arrived on the continent from Southeast Asia about 40,000 years before the first Europeans began exploration in the 17th century. No formal territorial claims were made until 1770, when Capt. James COOK took possession in the name... ... read more
We live to travel - and we travel to live. We've been exploring the globe together for the past 13 years - and there's still so much to see. In March 2013 we moved from the United Kingdom to the other side of the globe - our new home is Tasmania and we look forward to getting to know this gorgeous part of the world.
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Thanks for the wild hike!
Many of us will never again make it out to rugged, remote, gorgeous mountains like these, so thanks for taking us along. Great photos, but you really must return. I was looking for your exotic pandani plants, but didn't see them--maybe next trip! Glad you avoided fire and rain!