Once around was not enough, so we sailed south out of Ballina, determined to witness parts of Australia missed on our first go around. Reaching the summit of Mount Sorell was firmly in our sights after reaching only halfway on the first attempt. We also wanted to walk the land where the last Tasmanian Aborigines were housed – Black Mens Houses on remote Flinders Island.
We first sailed down the NSW Coast for the first time in 30 years then gunk holed along Tasmania’s north coast, stop in at King Island before revisiting Macquarie Harbour where the historical railway along the King River was walked. And then as winter set in, the two gulfs of South Australia were explored.
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