edging close to Cape Pillar Tasmania ~ the sheer cliffs are up to 300 meters high and fluted like organ pipes - a common characteristic of the Jurassic Dolermite from which they are formed.

edging close to Cape Pillar Tasmania Australia ~ the sheer cliffs are up to 300 meters high and fluted like organ pipes - a common characteristic of the Jurassic Dolermite from which they are formed.

How do you decide the best things to do on a little island so vast as Tasmania? Well, you… The post The Absolute BEST Things to do in Tasmania (top 50) appeared first on WORLD OF WANDERLUST.

The Absolute BEST Things to do in Tasmania (top 50) (WORLD OF WANDERLUST)

Whitsunday Beach, Australia <---- this brings back VERY happy memories of standing on this exact spot and just thinking WOW. sigh.....

Whitehaven Beach, Queensland, Australia is a 7 km stretch along Whitsunday Island. The island is accessible by boat from the mainland tourist ports of Airlie Beach and Shute Harbour, as well as Hamilton Island.

Rainforest Cascades, Tasmania | ©Kevin McGennan (The Walls of Jerusalem National Park, Tasmania, Australia)

Rainforest Cascades, Tasmania ©Kevin McGennan (The Walls of Jerusalem National Park, Tasmania, Australia)

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

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

Gordon Dam, Tasmania

The Gordon Dam, Tasmania

AUSTRALIA, Tasmania, Vale of Belvoir. Burl on trunk of Myrtle beech tree, temperate rainforest

AUSTRALIA, Tasmania, Vale of Belvoir. Burl on trunk of Myrtle beech tree, temperate rainforest. A burl is actually a sort of tumor on the tree. Makes some of the most beautiful grain patterns used by carpenters woodturners.

Billardiera longiflora, Purple apple-berry, is a small Australian vine found in coolo, moist forests from southern New South Wales to Tasmania, where it is native. The slender leafed vine has greenish-yellow flowers and shiny purple fruit. The fruit is edible

Purple apple-berry (Billardiera longiflora) A small vine found in moist forests from southern New South Wales to Tasmania. The slender leafed vine has greenish-yellow flowers and shiny purple fruit. The fruit is edible

A foodie's guide to Hobart, Tasmania

A foodie's guide to Hobart, Tasmania

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