Here’s a map of the southeast part of Tasmania. See Hobart at the top? Under that is Kingston. We were camping in Snug which is just south of Kingston. At the bottom of the map you’ll see Cockle Creek, where we’d been the day before. The day we went to the Tahune AirWalk we stopped in Geeveston for tickets and a trip through their Forest & Heritage Centre. Then we went on to Tahune, you can see it on the left of the map. It was another long drive, and it started to rain on the way. Perfect for a day walking through the forest! There was a small room that had some things on display. There was a video showing, but we didn’t spend long in there and I don’t remember what it was about. The kids weren’t very interested, even in the fossils. So we headed outside. When you see pictures of this place it’s usually of the cantilever which is part of the treetop walk. (Those pictures are in the next post!) But you can also walk out to the swinging bridges which are so fun and not to be missed. There are two bridges, two rivers to cross. The water was moving very swiftly. Very swiftly. You would not want to get caught in one of these. The walk back from the swinging bridges was beautiful. The way there, not so much. Just a wide, level path. The kids complained the whole way to the first bridge. The other side we heard no complaints. There was much to explore with so many things to look at and a varied path through the forest. It started raining during our walk. Not hard, fortunately. It was a bit cold. SkeeterBug was trying to keep warm but had a hand to hold. A cute toddler. With a stick. Want to keep a toddler happy? Give him a stick. Only when he’s outside, of course. JitterBug lost his jumper somewhere in Victoria before we came to Tasmania. At this point we hadn’t found him a new one so he borrowed Dad’s vest to try to keep his head dry. (I don’t think this is called a vest in Australia, but I’m not sure what else to call it!) Such beautiful scenery! We finally made our way to the treetop walk, the part with the actual airwalk. I’m putting that in another post. I always seem to have so many pictures!