Profile cover photo
Profile photo
Water by Nature Tasmania, Franklin River Rafting ™
27 followers -
5, 7 and 10 day Franklin River Rafting tours in Tasmania / Australia, Experience unspoilt wilderness, serenity and exhilarating whitewater
5, 7 and 10 day Franklin River Rafting tours in Tasmania / Australia, Experience unspoilt wilderness, serenity and exhilarating whitewater

27 followers
About
Posts

Post has attachment
A wilderness soul searching extravaganza! 10-days on the Franklin River with Wild Yoga - Rebecca Wildbear - http://www.rebeccawildbear.com/new-index Treat yourself.

Feb 5 - 14, 2018, Franklin River in Tasmania, Australia
AUD 2980,-

Post has attachment
"Adopt the peace of nature: her secret is patience." - Ralf Waldo Emerson

A little bit of patience certainly helps when #platypus spotting - in Serenity Sound (Great Ravine) on the #FranklinRiver.
#Tasmania #Australia #wilderness #rafting
Photo

Post has attachment
Rafting the Franklin River in the World Heritage listed 'Wild Rivers National Park' is one of the worlds great wilderness journeys.

Post has attachment

Post has attachment
Time to dig up some old gold. Scotty and crew going for Thunderush in the 'Great Ravine'.
‪#‎Franklinriver‬ ‪#‎rafting‬ ‪#‎whitewater‬ ‪#‎Tasmania‬ ‪#‎Australia‬
Photo

Post has attachment
Experience the serenity of remote wilderness. Inspired by our last two trips with perfect water levels, this one is for the adventurous.

Post has attachment
"The most beautiful thing we can experience is the mystery." 
- Albert Einstein
Looking forward to another full moon Franklin River Rafting trip. Leaving Good Friday. 
‪#‎franklinriver‬ ‪#‎Rafting‬ ‪#‎fullmoon‬
Photo

Post has attachment
The Franklin River has a thousand faces and low water levels bring out some of its prettiest features. Even with lower than average water levels, rafting is still a relatively easy way to experience the remote beauty and wilderness of South West Tasmania.

There is a love of wild nature in everybody, an ancient mother-love showing itself whether recognized or not, and however covered by cares and duties”
― John Muir

Follow the link below for a few impressions from our latest wilderness journeys…

Post has attachment
A few ‘arty’ shots from our last trip down the Franklin River, a typical February 10-day expedition with very little rain, low river levels and plenty of sunshine.

Post has attachment
Tasmanian laurel - Anopterus glandulosus - a small endemic tree (to 10 m) but more usually a shrub, widespread in the understorey of rainforests along the Franklin River.
‪#‎rainforest‬ ‪#‎franklinriver‬
instagram.com/waterbynaturetasmania
Photo
Wait while more posts are being loaded