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10 free things to do in Hobart

This quaint Tasmanian capital can easily be done on a budget. There are plenty of free things to do in Hobart!

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

Largest known Myrtle Tree in the World Lámina fotográfica por Rob Blakers en AllPosters.

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

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

Russell Falls, Mount Field, National Park, http://www.bloggerme.com.au/states/se-cape, Australia, More

Do waterfalls remind you of exotic locations or peaceful settings far away from everyday stress? Then you will definitely want to have a look through the first in our series of Waterfalls Wallpaper collections.

Bay of Fires, Tasmania Turning the corner on the road from St Helens into Binalong Bay, the sight is simply jaw-dropping: the turquoise-coloured ocean breaks onto a breathtakingly white beach fringed with huge boulders draped with iconic orange lichen! Via Instagram @wanderlust_tribe

Amazing colorful Rocks surrounded this quiet water in Tasmania, Australia credit: Tassie Grammer who took this at Binalong Bay via a drone

Sea Sparkles are lighting up the River Derwent in Tasmania. The phytoplankton glow blue and put on a show for photographers. Image: Matt Holz.

In Tasmania, parts of the River Derwent shoreline are lighting up with phytoplankton nick named "sea sparkles". Thank you to Matt Holz for this image.

Pencil Pine Falls Cradle Mountain Canvas Print / Canvas Art by Ulrich Schade

"Pencil Pine Falls Cradle Mountain", photographed by Ulrich Schade ~ Pencil Pine Falls are located at Cradle Mountain National Park, Tasmania, Australia.

Milky Way shoreline. Parts of the River Derwent shoreline are lighting up like neon at night thanks to a flash mob of billions of minute marine organisms that glow in the dark. Tasmania, Australia.

Milky Way shoreline. Parts of the River Derwent shoreline are lighting up like neon at night thanks to a flash mob of billions of minute marine organisms that glow in the dark.

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