11 towns in Tasmania, Australia you must set foot in

11 Towns in Tasmania You MUST Set Foot In

Check out our list of Top 11 towns in Tasmania to visit on your road trip around the Apple Isle, otherwise known as Tasmania Australia Pinned by Green Mountain Lodges Safari Tours.

Freehand machine embroidery on Tasmanian Merino wool and silk, with Pippijoe printed hemp fabric backing and Australian feather filling and vintage buttons. By Tara Badcock

My very dear and clever friend Freehand machine embroidery on Tasmanian Merino wool and silk, with Pippijoe printed hemp fabric backing and Australian feather filling and vintage buttons. By Tara Badcock

Why You Should Go to Tasmania Now - There are myriad reasons to visit Tasmania, but this stunning waterfront vista in Satellite Island should convince you!

Why You Should Go to Tasmania Now

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

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

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

Cradle Mountain National Park | Tasmania, Australia

Cradle Mountain / Lake St Clair National Park in the Central Highlands area of Tasmania. The park contains many walking trails, and is where hikes along the well-known Overland Track usually begin.

Richmond, Tasmania- Austrailia's oldest bridge... Such bitter sweet history I saw in this village

I loved visiting Richmond, Tasmania and here is a photo I took of Richmond Bridge which was built in 1823 under harsh conditions using convict labour. Photo by Monica Thomas.

On the most recent visit to my Tasmanian hometown, I realised that many people wanting to experience the best of Tassie have no idea how to go about it. So, I've decided to share some epic road tri...

Itineraries for an epic Tasmanian road trip

Itineraries for an epic Tasmanian road trip - A Globe Well Travelled

The Bicheno Blowhole on Tasmania's East Coast, a Tasmanian 'must see'. #bicheno #tasmania #discovertasmania Image Credit: Paul D'Ambra

The Bicheno Blowhole on Tasmania's East Coast, a Tasmanian 'must see'.Also a great viewing spot for the hundreds of penguins that make their way up the rocks and onto land for whatever it is that pengies do at night.

Tasmanian Devil

thedevildraws: “ The highly endangered Tasmanian Devil. They are becoming extinct due to Tasmanian Devil Facial Tumor Disease, the only form of contagious cancer in the world.

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