At Tasmania’s Forest Walks Lodge there’s no television, but who needs it with this cinematic view? In every direction there’s bush, mountains and hills. Step from the property and you’re almost immediately into World Heritage-listed forest.
One of northern Tasmania’s most prominent mountains, Quamby Bluff, rises behind the lodge, and through the windows there’s a western – the craggy line of the Great Western Tiers – that plays every day.
Read more: Walking Tassie’s wild forest trail with writer and photographer, Andrew Bain.