Earlier in the year, I shared a couple of posts with you that I’d written for Huon Valley Council’s new website.
I cut down on my freelance writing work a lot over the winter, while I focused on family and caring duties (more on that over on my personal blog DorkyMum), but I’ve really enjoyed being back at my desk during November and December and one of the jobs I’ve been enjoying has been writing more Huon Valley blog posts.
We normally just visit the Huon as a day trip, and if I’m honest we usually don’t get any further than a slice of pie and a flight of cider at Willie Smith’s Apple Shed, but all the research I’ve done for these posts has made me realise what a great long weekend or extended break you could have down the Valley and Far South. It seems like an especially good place for families, with plenty to do and see.
The three posts by me that have been published recently are:
- Art from the Heart in the Huon – a roundup of some of the fantastic makers and artists who call the valley home.
- Family-friendly walks in Huon Valley – suggestions for places to get out and about with kids of every age
- Family-friendly accommodation in the Huon Valley – from campsites to farmstays
I’ve also written a post that will be published early in the New Year about some of the most photo-friendly places in the Huon and Far South. I’ll share that one when it goes live, if you’re keen to up your Instagram game!
Photo by Thomas Bassett on Unsplash