12 January 2018

Happy New Year Reminder

Just popping in to remind you that we don't start our first challenge until February - the team are having a well deserved rest over our summer (for most of us: summer, that is)!

Hope you are keeping warm/cool/dry/safe and crafting up a storm.........ready for our new challenge
HINT: not many rules for this one EXCEPT


See you in a few weeks!!!

‘Waling among paradise’ at Diamond Island Nature Reserve on Tassie’s east coast thanks to Brett Mandeville.

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Diamond Island is a 6.76 hectare island reserve, popular with nature lovers and bird watchers because it is home to a colony of little penguins, short tailed shearwaters and sooty oystercatchers. The island is connected to the mainland by a sand-spit making it accessible at low tide. There is still some evidence on the island that it was used as a whaling station in the nineteenth century.
The island lies off the coast near the Diamond Island Resort, 3 kilometres north of Foster Street via the Tasman Highway. East Coast of Tasmania. You can walk there at low tide but will have to swim back if caught at mid to high tide.