layering

An idiosyncratic Tasmanian concept required by the island’s four-seasons-in-one-hour weather extravaganza. Gail understands it to mean that in order to get through a day you need to find a way to empty your entire wardrobe onto your body in Michelin Man style, then drape what you can’t wear in easy reach. In practice it’s wise to have both a sun hat and beanie close to hand; you’ll almost certainly need both through the course of the day. For Ian’s perhaps more practical advice, visit our FAQ on how to keep warm.

 

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