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Have you also learned that secret from the river; that there is no such thing as time?” That the river is everywhere at the same time, at the source and at the mouth, at the waterfall, at the ferry, at the current, in the ocean and in the mountains, everywhere and that the present only exists for it, not the shadow of the past nor the shadow of the future.
– Hermann Hesse, Siddhartha

Please enjoy this small gallery of images and videos of things we love and care about: the Franklin River, remote wilderness and whitewater rafting in SW-Tasmania.


Some of our Spring 2018 Franklin River rafting trip highlights. It’s been a great season so far. Thanks to all the intrepid rafters and our guides. Be safe out there!

Happy New Year!

Experience the Franklin River shows some of our favourite footage from 2015/16 – at Tasmania, Australia. Watch video on youtube

A few snippets of the many good times rafting the Franklin River in the years 2014/15 – at Tasmania, Australia. Watch video on youtube

VIDEO Highlights from a picture perfect Franklin River Rafting trip, sunshine, some rain and loads of white water. The first trip of the season presents the Franklin River swept clean by the winter floods. Watch video on youtube

VIDEO: High water run through Descension Gorge, Class III-V whitewater rafting on the Upper Franklin River. Watch video on youtube

VIDEO With a wingspan of up to 2.74m, the Wedge-Tailed Eagle is the largest raptor in Australia. A lanky bird, it hunts by high soaring flight, circling up on thermal air currents for hundreds of meters and sailing out on upswept wings, its tail fanned and diamond-shaped. Watch video on youtube

VIDEO Echidnas, or spiny ant eaters as they are sometimes known, are monotremes (mammals that lay eggs). They have many features which are reptilian in nature such as egg laying, legs that extend outward then downward, and a lower body temperature (about 31-32 C), than other mammals. Surprisingly, echidnas are good swimmers, paddling about with only the snout and a few spines showing. Watch video on youtube

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