1.- (Mt Williams) In Deep Creek, the 'roos were our only neighbours
2.- (Mt Williams) Collecting firewood to prepare a "cocido" (Spanish dish) for dinner
3.- (Mt Williams) Unfortunately, we didn't find the treasure
4.- (Mt Williams) One of our neighbours enjoying a siesta
5.- (Mt Williams) Being Felix Malkovich
6.- (Freycinet) East side of the peninsula. Foreground: Sea traverse across the pink granite. Background: Mt Freycinet and Mt Graham overlooking Wineglass Bay
7.- (Freycinet) Climbing in the granite cliffs
8.- (Freycinet) Felix taming a 'roo. Jump! Jump! (In the car park the 'roos are totally used to people)
9.- (Freycinet) Wineglass Bay. One of the most beautiful beaches in Australia. Pure white sand and turquoise water. A Tasmanian icon.
10.- (Freycinet) Modern wind and sun protection. Don't try it at home, kids!
11.- (Freycinet) The shot every tourist is after. Wineglass Bay from the lookout. We made a 2 days walk. The first day we slept in the Cook Beach (the one on the right side). Then we climbed Mt Graham (580mts, the one in the middle), descended to the bay, and climbed up again to the lookout and finally down to the car park.
12.- (Freycinet) Felix' office on wheels.
13.- (Freycinet) There are many different kinds of marsupials, some as small as rats. These are called pademelons and are extinct on the mainland.