A beautiful island in Southern Tasmania.
They must be preserved for future generations. Not developed, over visited and exploited. They are perfect as they are. These places are not tourist sites – they are sacred places. Our connection to ancient forests and rare animals. Not five star tourist cabins and helicopters.
It is always good to be back in the cool wilderness of the Tasmanian forests. Beauty on every scale abounds. It must be preserved and protected. Too rare and too precious to be destroyed for mining and old growth logging.
Time spent hiking in remote wilderness restores and rejuvenates.
Snow remains on the Joffre Lakes Trek in May.
So many shades of green…