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Bay of Fires Tasmania T131Ph. The Bay of Fires on Tasmanias East Coast extends from Binalong Bay in the south to Eddystone Point in the north.
Cascade Brewery - Hobart, Tasmania, Australia
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Coles Bay The Hazards Tasmania | Andrew Watson
The shoreline of Coles Bay with The Hazards mountain range beyond. Freycinet National Park, Tasmania, AUSTRALIA
17 things to do in north west Tasmania
North West Tasmania is home to the largest cool temperate rainforest in the southern hemisphere, rugged coastal shores and plenty of history.
Stanley, Tasmania, Australia
Gear: Canon 5D Mk II | Canon 17-40 Early morning sunrise at Stanley. Here is video of the trip to Tasmania in Spring 2011 with Kane Gledhill and Michael Reed - you can check it out here - www.youtube.com/watch?v=YNcYL9Y70zE Tasmania in Autumn 2011 can be found here - www.youtube.com/watch?v=tmjd0WyzkX0 Tasmania in Spring 2010 can be found here - www.youtube.com/watch?v=4WBGjkiarxc [Facebook Fan Page][ShutterBugs] [Twitter] [iFolio] [iPhone] [SEQ Meetup Group] Stanley Stanley is a town on the…
Gordon River: Strahan Cruise | think-tasmania.com
Dan Fellow took a cruise on the Gordon River departing from Strahan on the west coast. We'd like to share these photos with Think Tasmania readers, just some of the many shots Dan captured during his journey. Gordon River cruise boats (photo by Dan Fellow) Cruise: Magnificent Gordon River p ...
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About an hour’s drive from the Coastal town of Bridport, lays an incredibly colourful lake, adequately named the "Little Blue Lake". Located near the township of Gladstone and Derby, the unusually turquoise water, is believed to be caused by the high mineral count seeping from the sediment around the lake. #discovertasmania #mining #tasmania Image Credit: Thomas Gray
image by Australian photographer Grant Dixon
AUSTRALIA, Tasmania, Franklin River, Franklin-Gordon Wild Rivers National Park. A quite stretch of the Franklin River just above the Cauldron rapid. Once proposed to be flooded for a hydro-electric scheme, the Franklin River was saved from this fate in 1983 due to nationwide community activism and subsequent federal government legislation.