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Landowners giving their property back to Tasmanian traditional owners

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One thing I miss about the UK is "common land" and public footpaths/bridleways through privately owned land. Whenever and wherever you go in the bush you are never far from a barbed wire fence which means "look but don't touch."

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9 minutes ago, MARYROSE02 said:

One thing I miss about the UK is "common land" and public footpaths/bridleways through privately owned land. Whenever and wherever you go in the bush you are never far from a barbed wire fence which means "look but don't touch."

Yes. The right to roam is a wonderful thing. I love walking and find limited routes outside of reserves. I used to love walking moors and farmland in the UK with my trusty paper maps!

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So many wineries ......so little time :yes:

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