18 Unforgettable Countries Where You Can Roll Big on Less Than $50 a Day
Finally you can own a personal glass bottom boat. With the Clear Blue Hawaii Molokini Kayak it is technically not a glass bottom boat, but an entire kayak created out of clear polycarbonate with an aluminum frame. Imagine the fun of sliding along in this
emuwren: “ The Flame Robin - Petroica phoenicea, is found in a broad coastal band around the south-east corner of the Australian mainland, from southern Queensland to just west of the South Australian.
The Tamar Valley near Launceston, TAS - a beautiful place full of fantastic vineyards!
The albino wallabies on Bruny Island always amaze. They are in one area near Adventure Bay and easy to see any time of year. ♥ Je t'aime Skippy loves this
If your visiting Tasmania, Australia between December and January then you must see the lavender fields at Bridestowe Lavender Estate.
Forest Path - Tasmania hiked a couple paths like this
6 day guided Overland Track walk with private huts. Winner of Australian Tourism Award. Discover the rare beauty of Tasmania’s Wilderness World Heritage listed Cradle Mountain-Lake St Clair National Park.
Cradle Mountain was our next port of call where we did a 2 hour hike around Dove Lake. It was chilly but well worth the sights.
Remarkable cave, Port Arthur, Tasmania
Explore Mt Field National Park- walks and waterfalls and wilderness. All the diversity and colours of Tasmania’s sub-alpine flora can by seen at Mount Field National Park, just a one-hour drive from Hobart.
Kelp Forest Underwater, Tasmania, Australia Photographic Print by Joe Stancampiano