Mersey Bluff Lighthouse    Devonport, Tasmania, Australia

Mersey Bluff Lighthouse in Devonport near Tasmania & Australia

Hells Gate, Macquarie Harbour, Strahan Tasmania, Australia

the Entrance Island lighthouse at Hells Gate, Macquarie Harbour, Strahan, Tasmania, Australia.

Proving that small towns sometimes offer the best in Tasmania, Strahan shows outstanding visuals, amazing wilderness and a stunning heritage railway.

Proving that small towns sometimes offer the best in Tasmania, Strahan shows outstanding visuals, amazing wilderness and a stunning heritage railway.

Tasmanian tiger or thylacine, believed extinct, yet sighted and photographed in southern Tasmania. Hope it is back!

A weird animal from the past…

I'm still amazed that at this animal. Benjamin, the last known thylacine (which means "dog-headed pouched one"), Hobart Zoo, 1933 . Now an extinct animal thanks to human hunting.

Devonport Beach, Devonport, Auckland, New Zealand.  We like to get fish and chips from the shops and eat them as a picnic on this beach =)

Devonport Beach, Devonport, Auckland, New Zealand. We like to get fish and chips from the shops and eat them as a picnic on this beach =)

Strahan, Tasmania - Australia Travel

Strahan, Tasmania, Australia---Getting to Strahan involves a decent half to full day of driving (depending on where you’re coming from) as it’s all the way over on the west coast, but definitely worth the effort.

The Olgas, Northern Territory, Australia

The Olgas (Kata Tjuta). A must see if you go to Ayers rock (Uluru)

A rainbow gracing The Nut – an ancient volcanic formation overlooking the historic village of Stanley in north-west Tasmania. Photo courtesy of Dr. Kathryn Starkey.

A rainbow gracing The Nut – an ancient volcanic formation overlooking the historic village of Stanley in north-west Tasmania. Photo courtesy of Dr.

Tasmania, Penguin Town, Giant Penguin Dressed as Santa Claus, Australia

Tasmania, Penguin Town, Giant Penguin Dressed as Santa Claus, Australia

Don River Railway, an important link in the history of Devonport Tas now operates as a scenic tourist railway. Article by Len Langan and photo by Dan Fellow for www.think-tasmania.com

Don River Railway, an important link in the history of Devonport Tas now operates as a scenic tourist railway. Article by Len Langan and photo by Dan Fellow for Think

Day 1:  [afternoon] Rocky Cape National Park View from atop the hill, Burnie, (north coast), Tasmania

Day [afternoon] Rocky Cape National Park View from atop the hill, Burnie, (north coast), Tasmania

Leven Canyon via Ulverstone, north west coast, by Michelle Kneipp Pegler

by Michelle Kneipp Pegler The Leven Canyon: in this busy, populous world we live in, it’s hard to find such a wild and dramatic area that is so easy to.

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