wood + cabin + lake

alte Säge (old sawmill)

Tasmania, Australia

See this Colorful aurora borealis sky night lights nature stars pretty colors amazing aurora borealis northern

Wineglass Bay, Tasmania - Tomorrow we start our 1 year Australia road trip. Visit the blog!

Bucket List - Our 1 Year Road Trip in Australia

Wineglass Bay, Freycinet National Park, Tasmania, Australia - Beautiful Places to Visit

Blue Lake Tasmania

"Out in the bush, on the North east coast of Tasmania, was a sign saying Little Blue Lake and here it is" - Murray Smith- Australia

Salamanca Market is a community street market that has become Tasmania’s major tourist attraction. Since 1972, every Saturday up to 300 stall holders do commerce between a row of Plane trees and sandstone buildings, formerly warehouses for the port of Hobart Town that have since been converted into restaurants, galleries, craft shops and offices

Salamanca Market is a community street market that has become Tasmania’s major…

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.

Bicheno Blowhole, Tasmania, Australia where the penguins come to shore at night and it doesn't cost a cent.

Little Blue Lake in NE Tasmania. The colour in the water is due to minerals that have seeped into the water from old pioneer era mining operations. Image sent in by Peter Dowling on IG: https://instagram.com/p/BDnKDimNgdw/

Little Blue Lake in NE Tasmania. The colour in the water is due to minerals that have seeped into the water from old pioneer era mining operations.

Freycinet National Park, Wineglass Bay, Beach, Hobart, Tasmania, Australia

Wineglass Bay, Tasmania - 50 of the Best Beaches in the World. Lived in Tasdie, two months in

Tasmanian Road Trip Map, 10 days

Itineraries for an epic Tasmanian road trip

Itineraries for an epic Tasmanian road trip - A Globe Well Travelled

Remarkable Cave - Awesome.  There are stairs down to the cave.  The cave then goes through to the ocean.  Note that there is not official access directly to the sand floor of the cave.

There are stairs down to the cave. The cave then goes through to the ocean. Note that there is not official access directly to the sand floor of the cave.

Satellite Island, in the D’Entrecasteaux Channel, Tasmania, originally photographed for my book ‘Shelter, How Australians Live’ subsequently then published in Conde Naste Traveler, Qantas Magazine, The Australian, The Times and many more. © Kara Rosenlund

Satellite Island, D’Entrecasteaux Channel, Tasmania

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