Cruising the Arthur River

The cruise aboard the Red Boat was excellent. We left at around 9 a.m. and returned around 3.15 p.m. The trip included morning tea and a barbecue lunch. Their claim to fame is that the Arthur River is the last wild river in Australia – it hasn’t been logged, dammed or mined so its pretty much in pristine condition. The guide was very informative and easy to listen to

The Arthur River, West Coast Tasmania

When we returned we went out to Land’s End for the mandatory tourist shot before heading deep into the Tarkine Forest before setting up camp at Julius River Campground.

Looking North back along the coast from Land’s End

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