Just arrived at #cradlemountain for the week. It’s snowing and pretty bleak today, but surprisingly pleasant in under the canopies.
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If your local.., you will be super excited to learn we are having a flower crown making workshop with the amazing @emmylouwho all the details are on the website (click the link) under events. I simply can’t wait.. l👏🏼👏🏼👏🏼 #flowers#flowercrowns
I am so crazy excited today I have to share!
Tony Hewitt from Louton Designs you are the best!!! Look at what we've achieved together.
He listened to every little detail I wanted and we worked together to create awesome signage on my car!!! He has such skills and dedication to help businesses to get exactly what they want, right here in my home town here in little Tassie. A real little unknown gem! The sky is literally the limit with what he can produce on his machinery.
Watch out we are collaborating on great things to come from Craft My Life.
You can call him on (03) 6382 1055
My tassey travel spot #2 - Eaglehawk Neck, Port Arthur. This spot is absolutely stunning and great for those days you just want to jump in the car and go for a scenic drive.
Port Arthur is an amazing spot with interesting history, shipwrecks and nearby travel spots. For me half the fun of getting to Port Arthur was traveling the scenic route along Eaglehawk Neck.
Eaglehawk Neck has some awesome spots to stop like these natural striking rock formations, Tessellated Pavement in this photo - (google it, its so cool!) If your staying in Hobart I'd highly recommend visiting a bakery like @pigeonwholebakers or #jackmanandross grabbing a donut or two and having a picnic in this area!
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Exploring Maria Island's Painted Cliffs. Maria Island is known as Tassie's 'Noah's Ark' for the abundance of wildlife especially the wombats.⠀
Photo Credit: #📷Oscar Bedford
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We will be splitting fresh local oysters at my next seafood cooking workshops there are 2 seafood cooking workshops listed in September. I always buy unopened live oysters they last a lot longer that way. Buying the oysters unopened was my only option when I ran The Mussel Boys if I wanted to buy them straight from a local farm.
At the workshops we will cook oysters and serve them natural with recipes from my book Seafood Everyday.
We will also cook other Tasmanian Seafood such as mussels, octopus, salmon and fish depending what we can get our hands on that week, what is the freshest and best. You'll learn how to prepare and cook the seafood for weeknight meals and special occasions.
We will cook recipes from Seafood Everyday, the book that I wrote because I am always told that people do not eat a lot of seafood, they believe it is expensive and hard to cook, even though it's recommended to eat seafood a few times a week if you can for good health! And we are so lucky in Tasmania with what we have available.
I had great feedback on the last seafood cooking workshop you can read more about my workshops and book a spot eloiseemmett.com 🐟🐟🐟
The joy and satisfaction that comes with making your own anything is absolutely immeasurable 💖💖💖
I LOVE this whipped daytime face cream SO MUCH!! I like be that it contains no nasties, no synthetics, no chemicals, it contains nothing but goodness and I made it myself!!! 💖💧🌈 ✨
Anti-aging, moisture rich, sun protecting, made by me, goodness in a jar 🌱
75g Shea butter
75g Coconut oil
50g LeRêve Carrier oil
10💧LeRêve Frankincense oil
10💧LeRêve Geranium oil
5💧LeRêve Lavender oil
5💧LeRêve Rose oil
20g Evening Primrose oil
10g Zinc oxide (non-nano particles).
Using double boiler method melt shea butter, coconut oil and carrier oil.
Allow to cool, add essential oils, stir to combine
Place in fridge until almost solidified, it needs to feel thick and firm when touched.
Using a spatula, scrape cream away from sides of the bowl, add evening primrose oil and zinc oxide.
Using a electric beaters, whip until opaque, white and fluffy.
Scoop in to container or jars
Today it’s back to reality ⚡️ Stepping back into grind mode and feeling fresh. If you’ve tried to make contact whilst I was away you’ll be hearing from me today ✨☺️ Otherwise enjoy a moment in time from my stay at the gorgeous @captainsrest
One of the images I captured while exploring Horseshoe Falls in @Tasmania. For the story behind this image click the link in the bio!☝️
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Pumphouse Point is a dream hotel and definitely one in a lifetime unique experiences! This petite white house used to be a pumphouse station with huge turbines to pump big amounts of water, however “the need to use the facility failed to arise and the site was eventually decommissioned in the early 90s having never been used for its intended purpose.”
Есть отели, в которых по умолчанию НУЖНО остановиться! Неважно дорого иль далеко, нужно и все! А когда он находится на воде самого глубокого озера, не только Тасмании, но и Австралии, да еще является исторической водонасосной станцией, которая практически не использовалась по своему предназначению. Как вообще можно пропустить такой объект! .
Проснуться утром и за окном увидеть колышущуюся темно-синюю воду, и понять что ты не на лодке, а в маленьком белоснежном здании посреди воды - необычайные ощущения. .
Есть у меня предчувствие, что в этот отель я еще вернусь😍
How incredible is this shot?! Photographer @photography_by_nikki_long had an amazing experience recently. She says: "Anyone that travels the Midlands Highway in Tasmania will recognise the emu cut outs that are perched on a small hill in a paddock. Today I was absolutely thrilled to watch a Wedge-Tailed Eagle stalking sheep (the sheep were ok, none got carried off). The eagle was just magnificent and I stayed for 40 minutes just watching. Day made!!!" 🦅
Thank you for sharing the wonder with #MidlandsTasmania! 🤗