So we've just arrived on Maria Island after a short boat ride from Triabunna. We're just about to grab the packs and head off to camp and then we've got walking this afternoon. So here we go.
Quite light actually. Not too bad. These are my supplies for the next few days.
One of the great things about Maria Island I found is, being a sort of amateur photographer, is all of the great photo opportunities.
Well I walked about 10 kilometres today and it's such an amazing experience being out there in the nice clean pristine environment. I don't feel tired at all. Our first stop was Return Point where we saw a heap of wombats.
Got up this morning, had a wash so we're all ready to go for our walk through the forest today and along the beaches and looking forward to seeing some more nature today.
This is the painted cliffs and you can see that it's iron leaching has caused all these different patterns and designs and just the erosion with the seas and the wind water and what have you has made them into the beautiful site that they are today.
the erosion with the seas and the wind water and what have you has made them into the beautiful site that they are today.
Sitting and reflecting a bit on the last 3 days and what an amazing adventure it's been. I think one of the highlights for me has been the amazing animals that you see as well and you can actually get reasonably close. I'm very glad that I got to have this experience and it's definitely something that I'll remember forever.