Tasmanian Outdoor adventure

Tasmania is a fantastic place to get out and about in. There are mountains to climb, rivers to kayak, oceans to surf and many many forests and waterfalls to discover. These are some of our favourites.
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Eaglehawk Neck (Tasmania, Australia)

Eaglehawk Neck (Tasmania, Australia) Many of my family lived on Bruny Island. Everywhere you look in Tasmania there is a "view" just awesome.

#AustraliaItsBig - Our top 10 things to do in Hobart, Tasmania with kids http://www.wheressharon.com/australian-travels/things-to-do-in-tasmania/things-to-do-in-hobart-with-kids/ #familytravel #Tasmania #Hobart

Guide to the Top 10 Things to do in Hobart with Kids

Our top 10 things to do in Hobart, Tasmania with kids Traveling with Kids, Traveling tips, Traveling

The swing bridge across the Huon River at the Tahune Airwalk in southern Tasmania.Rising almost 50 metres into the forest canopy, the Airwalk takes visitors on a remarkable tour that includes uninterrupted views across Tasmania’s southern wilderness – home to some of the world’s tallest trees. #tahune #tasmania #discovertasmania Image Credit: Pauly Vella

The swing bridge across the Huon River at the Tahune Airwalk in southern Tasmania.

Crossing the swing bridge at Montezuma Falls, near Rosebery on Tasmania's west coast. Are you a fan of mountain-biking? There are world-class tracks and challenges across Tasmania - bit.ly/1lWNYWF #mountainbiking #cycling #rosebery #tasmania #discovertasmania Image Credit: Vertigo Mountain Biking

Crossing the swing bridge at Montezuma Falls, near Rosebery on Tasmania's west coast. Are you a fan of mountain-biking? There are world-class tracks and challenges across Tasmania - Image Credit: Vertigo Mountain Biking

Daredevil climbers tackle the Totem Pole at Cape Hauy. #rockclimbing #tasmania #discovertasmania #capehuay Image Credit: Simon Carter

Daredevil climbers take on Tasmania’s 200ft Totem Pole

Located in Cape Hauy, Tasmania, the Totem Pole is a natural rock formation known as a sea or coastal stack, towering 65 meters into the sky. Australian photographer Simon Carter captured these photos of climbers tackling the iconic landmark.

Tasmania's would famous Overland Track covers 65km through a magnificent World Heritage-listed landscape. #walking #hiking #trekking #tasmania #discovertasmania Read more at: http://www.traveltherenext.com/adventure/item/531-hiking-tasmania-s-overland-track

Tasmania's world famous Overland Track covers through a magnificent World Heritage

During October and November, Humpback Whales head south past Tasmania to their summer feeding grounds. This amazing photo is thanks to the team at @ pennicottjourneys. #humpback #whales #tasmania #discovertasmania

During October and November, Humpback Whales head south past Tasmania to their summer feeding grounds. This amazing photo is thanks to the team at @ pennicottjourneys.

An enchina just doing his thing and eating ants at Cradle Mountain. #cradlemountain #tasmania #echidna #discovertasmania

An enchina just doing his thing and eating ants at Cradle Mountain.

Lonely Planet's Guide To Tasmania

Road trip Tasmania: how to tackle the island state

Hurtle at breakneck speed though a forest into a natural sinkhole. #dismalswamp #tasmania #discovertasmania Read more at: http://www.traveltherenext.com/adventure/item/524-jungle-ride-at-dismal-swamp

Dismal Swamp in Tasmania's north east has a fun jungle ride that is quite an adventure. You hurtle down through the forest at break-neck speed.

Australian Fur Seals soaking up some Autumn warmth at The Friars, off South Bruny Island.  Bruny is a short trip from the Tasmanian mainland via vehicular ferry and is home to a vast range of famous local produce, rare and endangered wildlife and natural attractions. #discovertasmania #tasmania #brunyisland #wildlife  Image Credit: Lauren Bath

Australian Fur Seals soaking up some Autumn warmth at The Friars, off South Bruny Island. Bruny is a short trip from the Tasmanian mainland via vehicular ferry and is home to a vast range of famous local produce, rare and endangered wildlife and natural attractions. #discovertasmania #tasmania #brunyisland #wildlife Image Credit: Lauren Bath

"I spent two weeks in Tasmania, and it was not enough. This island the size of Ireland is so diverse, so blessed with the freshest, succulent produce, so far removed from the headlong rush of our century, that I was loath to leave." #tasmania #discovertasmania

two weeks in Tasmania, was not enough. This island the size of Ireland is so diverse, so blessed with the freshest, succulent produce, so far removed from the headlong rush of our century.

Tasmania’s southwest is a mysterious and remote landscape that is surprisingly accessible on a day trip from Hobart.  http://www.traveltherenext.com/explore/item/533-exploring-tasmania-s-southwest-national-park #scenicflight #tasmania #nationalpark #discovertasmania

Tasmania’s southwest is a mysterious and remote landscape that is surprisingly accessible on a day trip from Hobart. http://www.traveltherenext.com/explore/item/533-exploring-tasmania-s-southwest-national-park #scenicflight #tasmania #nationalpark #discovertasmania

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