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Discover Tasmania on Instagram: “The swing bridge across the Huon River at the Tahune Airwalk in southern Tasmania, thanks to @PaulyVella. Rising almost 50 metres into the…”
2,528 Likes, 72 Comments - Discover Tasmania (@tasmania) on Instagram: “The swing bridge across the Huon River at the Tahune Airwalk in southern Tasmania, thanks to…”
Boat trip today on Bruny Island south of Hobart. Probably the best $100 per head I have spent. Sea Caves and kelp forests. Spectacular coastal cliffs and sea stacks. Guide actually judges the swell and takes us through the gap a few times. Australian Fur Seals. Amazing how close we can get to these animals. The guide told us that most of the cruise is in the Tasman Sea and when we head across to the seal colony on the outer rocks/islands that it becomes the Southern ocean. The difference in…
Bay of Fires (vi), Tasmania, Australia
Gear: Canon 5D Mk II | Canon 17-40 Settings: ISO 250 | f/7.1 | 240.0 | 25mm [Facebook Fan Page][ShutterBugs] [Twitter] [iFolio] [iPhone] [SEQ Meetup Group] Looks bigger LARGE, the new web sharpen I do seems to look a little ordinary when the image is small and not at 1100px! Tasmania Trip Video! - www.youtube.com/watch?v=4WBGjkiarxc Sunrise. Binalong Bay. Clear skies, boo!, Great light on rocks yay! The light on the rocks is as close as possible to how it looked! The water there is that…
Rocks & Cascades, Bay of Fires, Tasmania
Water from a large wave cascades over orange lichen covered rocks into turquoise water at The Gardens in Tasmania's Bay of Fires Please take a look at my Brisbane Photoblog: photobrisbane.blogspot.com.au
Eaglehawk Neck, Eaglehawk Neck, Australia — by Lauren Bath
The Tessellated pavement at Eaglehawk Neck in Tasmania is a really unique spot! Believe it or not this is all natural!