Tasmania

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Pink Robin (Petroica rodinogaster) by Tim Collins in Tasmania. This robin is  native to southeastern Australia.

Pink Robin (Petroica rodinogaster) by Tim Collins in Tasmania. This robin is native to southeastern Australia.

Pink Robin (Petroica rodinogaster) by Tim Collins Tasmania A tiny treasure.

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Tasmania ..Largest known myrtle tree in the world. Ringarooma, Tasmania, Australia

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Nature walk to Liffey Falls in Tasmania, Australia

Liffey Falls and the Central Plateau Conservation Area, Tasmania

A must see on your trip to discover Tasmania are the Liffey Falls and the Central Plateau Conservation area which is where you'll find the Great Lakes.

Hogarth Falls, Tasmania - Australia Travel, this looks beautiful!!

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Hogarth Falls, Tasmania - Australia Travel, this looks beautiful!!

Bicheno Blowhole, Tasmania, Australia. Perfect place to sit and wait for the penguins to come to shore at night and it doesn't cost a cent.

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Franklin River, Tasmania

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✯ Hartnett Falls, Tasmania

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Hartnett Falls, Tasmania A different view of the roaring Hartnett falls on the overland track of Tasmania. We were trekking during a period of snow melt so there was plenty of water running through the park. View On Black