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Hello Adriano,
SW Tasmania is a truly beautiful remote part of Earth - Jack and Jude have just returned from filming a documentary on Piners that logged those forests in the early 1900s.

On that site are DVDs showing journeys into Tasmania's remote mountains and rivers, just follow the menu bar to discover a wealth of information and photos.


 

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Greetings J and J - I went to uni in Tassie - spent many a summer bushwalking in the SW, Western Arthurs, Mt Anne, South Coast track etc. Your video wonderfully caught the isolation and grandeur of the place - nice work!
 

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Greetings J and J - I went to uni in Tassie - spent many a summer bushwalking in the SW, Western Arthurs, Mt Anne, South Coast track etc. Your video wonderfully caught the isolation and grandeur of the place - nice work!
Brett there are a couple of DVDs on our website that will spark your interest greatly. One has our conquest of Mount Sorrel which overlooks the beautiful Macquarie Harbor and which formed a barrier to escaping convicts. In another episode we trekked down the famous railway down through rainforest from Queesntown to Strahan. Heaps more on the Gordon and kayakking to the Sprient, as well as several jaunts around Port Davey. If you love Tassie wilderness, they'll whet your desires.

 

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We are making preparations to stream our videos live via the sailingchannel. I think they will be able to be viewed for just a couple of dollars just like our Two's a Crew video.

Here are the trailers for our two Tasmania videos:

Tasmania 1 - Off the Tourist Track
https://vimeo.com/107440061

Tasmania 2 - Off the Tourist Track
https://vimeo.com/107438005
 
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