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Wearing: Privacy Please Muroc Top | Majorelle Santa Fe Maxi Skirt | Bared Cormorant heeled sandals

‘Every time I stand before a beautiful beach, its waves seem to whisper to me: If you choose the simple things and find joy in nature’s simple treasures, life and living need not be so hard.’ – P. Roxas-Mendoza

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I’ve just come back from a whirlwind road trip around Tasmania with lots of travel content to sort through and share. We spent just under two weeks zipping around the east coast, starting at Devonport, making our way all the way down to Hobart before driving back up again. For a small island, there are so many things to see, do and try and a week or two is simply not enough to discover this place. From the more well known places like the national parks to lesser known beaches and bays.. Tassie really is a land of beauty and its small population makes even travelling in peak season seem like you still have everything all to yourself. To think there was barely a soul at Bicheno beach when the weather was oh so good with absolute clear blue skies..

 

Photography: Rowena Cao