Waking up from our last night in a cozy bed for an early start was a bit of a struggle. Unfortunately it wasn’t the quickest exit due to classic chilly Tassie weather not drying our washing in time, so we had to make shift a clothesline in Pablo and let them air dry. The crisp air flowed through the car as we made our way out of Hobart passing large amounts of black swans on the river. I couldn’t be happier to saying goodbye to the little city and to be heading back in to nature on our next mission. Three waterfalls before sunset at Mt Campbell!
First stop Russell and Horseshoe Falls, Pat and I were the first and only visitors there which made us feel a little unsure if we took a wrong turn. We knew there was no mucking around, so we grabbed our gear along with some snacks and made our way through the lush greenery pathway towards Russell falls. I’m in shock, Tasmania just keeps on getting more and more beautiful.
Weaving our way around the foliage to find ourselves beneath the falls was the best way to wake myself up. But today we were racing the sunlight, so it was a power walk along the trail to Horseshoe Falls without packing any gear away. I love that these two falls are so close together yet so different, I could spend all day here but once again…the clock is ticking, next stop Nelson Falls!