Wandle Falls Walk Part II – Fungi!
The Wandle Falls walk in Tasmania’s Tarkine region is a straightforward walk, in fact, meandering through the myrtle forest searching for tiny autumn fungi might in fact be the best way to enjoy this location! As per my previous post, the falls are accessed from the A10 highway. This part of the highway traverses some beautiful forest, so apart from the waterfall itself there are many reasons to head out here at any time of year. Autumn, and the fungi, of course being one of my favourite times of year to visit places like this 🙂
Fungi season might have passed for this year, but I am in the planning process for a series of workshops next autumn including Cradle Mountain, the Bay of Fires and the Tarkine. All new workshop dates will be published on the tours and workshops page.