Geronimo! Daredevils climb vertical rock column named Totem Pole
The 210ft tall Totem Pole is a natural rock formation, known as a sea or coastal stack, located at Cape Hauy in Tasmania, Australia.
Creepy Crawly Track (In the Great Wilderness of Tasmania)
I have taken this photograph in the Southwest National Park of Tasmania also known as "The Great Wilderness". With 618.267 ha this is the biggest national park in Tasmania and one of the intentions for its foundation 1976 was to create a retreat area for the Tasmanian Tiger which was actually already exterminated. Although the myth of Tasmanian Tiger is still alive because this area is still not fully explored and some sights from tourists of the Tasmanian Tiger has been reported too. The…
Guide to the Top 10 Things to do in Hobart with Kids - Family Travel Blog - Travel with Kids
A former local's top ten things to do in Hobart with kids including MONA, Salamanca Market, Salmon Ponds, Mt Wellington, Richmond, Port Arthur,
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What to Do in Tasmania Australia
Looking for things to do in Tasmania? Australia's smallest state offers so much in the way of beaches, mountains, food and wine, and historic sites.