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.

West Coast Wilderness Railway Strahan - Queenstown Tasmania

Historic Railway connects Strahan and Queenstown, scenic rail journey Tasmania

Cataract Gorge, Launceston, Tasmania

There are a large number of resident peacocks (including at least a dozen chicks on our most recent visit) at Cataract Gorge, Launceston, Tasmania, Australia

West Coast Wilderness Railway #Queenstown #Strahan #Tasmania photo and article for think-tasmania.com

We have one piece of really important advice about the West Coast Wilderness Railway: make a booking. Fading into the distance as we steamed.

Just remarkable! A stunning photo taken inside the Remarkable Cave on the Tasman Peninsula. There’s a well-trodden path through this cave by surfers heading out to the waters beyond. Image Credit: matthewtaylorthomas

Just remarkable! A stunning photo taken inside the Remarkable Cave on the Tasman Peninsula. There’s a well-trodden path through this cave by surfers heading out to the waters beyond.

A serene shot of Mount Roland near Sheffield in Tasmania's North West. #sheffield #tasmania #discovertasmania Image Credit: Dan Fellow

A serene shot of Mount Roland near Sheffield in Tasmania's North West Photo: Dan Fellow

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