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Jun 06, 2021 05:12 |  #2626

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a small fall on Olivia Creek, Middlesex, Tasmania
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Now that the bubble is open I have been thinking about travel. I don't cope well with long flights, can't sleep etc, but Tasmania and Adelaide seem like great places to visit. I don't know why Adelaide - just what I've read, and not so city city as some other places??


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Jun 06, 2021 05:31 |  #2627

roseyposey wrote in post #19244835 (external link)
Now that the bubble is open I have been thinking about travel. I don't cope well with long flights, can't sleep etc, but Tasmania and Adelaide seem like great places to visit. I don't know why Adelaide - just what I've read, and not so city city as some other places??

Rose whilst Tassie is gorgeous place to be I did like Adelaide, more so its surrounding environs and then there's the back blocks.
Did you follow Melanie Langs posts on 4/3rds forum of her outback exploits?

Either places you won't be disappointed.

Some don't like the harsh, dry of the inland Australia though.
Not sure if you mean only Adelaide as a city and not the rural parts?



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Jun 06, 2021 05:45 |  #2628

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Rose whilst Tassie is gorgeous place to be I did like Adelaide, more so its surrounding environs and then there's the back blocks.
Did you follow Melanie Langs posts on 4/3rds forum of her outback exploits?

Either places you won't be disappointed.

Some don't like the harsh, dry of the inland Australia though.
Not sure if you mean only Adelaide as a city and not the rural parts?

When I went to WA I hated the desert! I did find it interesting, but have to say I am very much into greener places, maybe why Tasmania attracts me, like NZ. I also love Wales, way back in 1974!

Yes- it is Melanie's posts and also a Helen on another site .... it started as a meeting place for me and two of mys sisters. One sister Collie WA, and two of us NZ. When we first looked at it a couple of years ago we couldn't fly direct from NZ, but now we can tp Adelaide. Haven't checked Tassie


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Jun 06, 2021 06:01 as a reply to  @ roseyposey's post |  #2629

Tassie jealousy guards its borders.
We've had very strict controls all through and apart from an initial hospital outbreak it's worked.
We opened to NZ, then off again after recent concerns. Not sure where we're at now with your end.



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Jun 06, 2021 15:46 |  #2630

avondale87 wrote in post #19244797 (external link)
a small fall on Olivia Creek, Middlesex, Tasmania
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VERY NICE pic of a small falls.. The scene looks a little...primeval.


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Jun 06, 2021 15:50 |  #2631

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VERY NICE pic of a small falls.. The scene looks a little...primeval.

Thanks Jeffrey.
Agree on your comment. The whole area there is rather ancient and untouched



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Jun 07, 2021 03:27 |  #2632

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Tassie jealousy guards its borders.
We've had very strict controls all through and apart from an initial hospital outbreak it's worked.
We opened to NZ, then off again after recent concerns. Not sure where we're at now with your end.

I wish we would be a bit stricter as we have so many coming from India where that variant is. Scares me ...


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Jun 07, 2021 03:29 |  #2633

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I wish we would be a bit stricter as we have so many coming from India where that variant is. Scares me ...

Rose I feel for you all over there and yes that is scary indeed and more so in your work where you can't be choosey and stay away from people



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Jun 08, 2021 17:13 |  #2634

Taranaki Falls that I shot last weekend.

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Jun 08, 2021 22:06 |  #2635

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Jun 12, 2021 10:18 |  #2636

Hindhope Linn in Northumberland

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Jun 19, 2021 10:42 |  #2637

Back Country Falls....Somewhere secret in BC....


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Jun 26, 2021 05:12 as a reply to  @ MedicineMan4040's post |  #2639

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Jun 26, 2021 19:44 |  #2640

A couple from Dorrigo in New South Wales, Australia

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