From Hobart, my next stop was Bruny Island. I spent the last three nights camping and hiking on the island and got everywhere I wanted to go by hitch-hiking! It was a fantastic experience and such an accomplishment! The albino wallaby’s and the Cape Bruny Lighthouse got checked off the list. I even got to spend a night at the neck and completed all the walks I wanted to do in the South Bruny National Park. Big success! Yesterday I started working on a little after-movie, so that shouldn’t be too far away. Update: here is the after-movie. This time I’m going the opposite way to the Freycinet National Park! When I was walking/hitch-hiking on Bruny Island, I ran into a lovely person driving up the east coast of Tasmania. She offered me a ride anywhere in between Bruny and the North. So I decided once again to throw all previous travel plans overboard and to go with the flow. That flow brought me to Coles Bay, at the edge of Freycinet National Park. What happens from here will be for the next post, but I need to shower after four days of camping. :) I’ll keep you posted, and here is the updated map.