10 places to photograph Southern Lights. Star gazing is relaxing and peaceful. Fortunately, there are plenty of places in Australia to view the stars.

Southern Lights - 10 Places to Photograph Southern Lights or Aurora Australis

Australia Travel 10 places to photograph Southern Lights. Star gazing is relaxing and peaceful. Fortunately, there are plenty of places in Australia to view the stars.

Largest known myrtle tree in the world. Ringarooma, Tasmania, Australia

Largest known Myrtle Tree in the World Fotografie-Druck von Rob Blakers bei AllPosters.

Bay of Fires   http://matadornetwork.com/community/scottsporleder/photos/tasmania-part-ii-the-eastern-coast/308432_10150329047133450_266724958449_8269314_858875449_n/

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The Bay of Fires is a bay on the northeastern coast of Tasmania in Australia. The bay was given its name in 1773 by Captain Tobias Furneaux who saw the fires of Aboriginal people on the beaches.

Bruny Island, Tasmania - Australia. Doesn't get much better than this.

Bruny Island, Tasmania, Australia - Bought a shack on this island - So beautiful! The road on the right is purposely unsealed as this area is a penguin colony for the tiny fairy penguin.

Bruny Island, Tasmania - Australia

Bruny Island, Tasmania, Australia - Bought a shack on this island - So beautiful! The road on the right is purposely unsealed as this area is a penguin colony for the tiny fairy penguin.

Tessellated Pavement, Eaglehawk Neck, Tasmania, Australia by Matthew Stewart

Tessellated Pavement, Eaglehawk Neck, Tasmania, Australia by Matthew Stewart. On the way from Hobart to Port Arthur.

"Barnacle Runnels" *Kings Rocks, Stanley, Tasmania, Australia*  [Photographer 'David Murphy' taken July 1 2011]  'h4d' 120805

"Barnacle Runnels" *Kings Rocks, Stanley, Tasmania, Australia* [Photographer 'David Murphy' taken July 1 120805

Wineglass bay from the top of Mt Amos, Australia. Image Credit: Scott Sporleder

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This view is from the summit of Mt Amos, part of the granite mountains known as The Hazards. It is a strenuous three-hour return hike up. If you don’t want to tackle it alone, consider a guided hike such as Travelwild Tasmania Tours.

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