TG #28

TG #28: Artist on Flinders Island + Timeline of Tasmanian Aboriginal History + Delicate Sand Sculptures + Tassie Bushrangers


An Artist’s View of Flinders Island

“Each beach shares its fairytale in variations of aqua-blue water, white sand, chiselled arches and crimson rocks.”

Arwen Dyer

A Timeline of Tasmanian Aboriginal History

A linear introduction to 43,000 years of humanity

Special Arrangement

Delicate Sculptures of Sand and Wind

All landscapes change – but some change faster than others..

Special Arrangement

Tassie Bushrangers – Michael Howe

“Upon which he took to the bush, and gathered round him the most troublesome of all the gangs then abroad…”

Special Arrangement

TG #27

In Issue Twenty Seven:
An Island Of Isthmuses, Explained + The First Muslims in Tasmania + Stowing Away on a Cruise Ship + Summertime Snow on Mount Anne


Summertime Snow on Mount Anne

Not all mountains deign to be climbed

Christopher Coxson

A Crystal Symphony

Have a look inside one of the massive cruise liners visiting Tasmanian waters

Special Arrangement

The First Muslims in Tasmania

Saib Sultan and Zimran Youram were the first Muslims in Tasmania. One survived a shipwreck, the other was a convict…

Bert Spinks

Neck and Neck – An Island of Isthmuses

The mystery explained- why does Tassie have so many impossibly narrow isthmuses?

David Hurburgh

TG #26

In Issue Twenty Six: Alone in the Storm + Huon Apples Part Two + Orbit + International Wall


The International Wall of Friendship

Did you know Tasmania has friends from all over the world?