Australia Day, is a national holiday not without controversy. Supposedly the nation’s holiday, it is the anniversary of the first British invasion. No without reason, a lot of aboriginal groups and others are standing up against the celebration of what can be described as a genocide. Nonetheless it remains a day off at the moment and the weather was fantastic for Tasmanian standards. Trying to squeeze in as many activities as possible, we went surfing Cloudy Bay on Bruny Island on Thursday afternoon.
Friday a bike ride was booked in.
Saturday and Sunday hitting temperatures of over 30 degrees and therefore the only sensible thing to do was going to the beach and snorkel. This time I explored Ninepin Point Marine Reserve, Tinderbox Marine Reserve and Kingston Beach.