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Tasmania's oysters are a world apart in every sense. Grown in estuaries and bays in the East and the South they are sent all over the world to an appreciative clientele. Shuck them on Bruny Island, tuck into them at Barilla, hunt them out at St Helens. Wherever you have them they are sure to please. Blogger Melissa Chang travelled to Tasmania in early 2011.
Discover Tasmania on Instagram: “Butler Island on the iconic Gordon River, deep within Tasmania’s dramatic south-west wilderness, thanks to @franklinriverrafting. Part of…”
Butler Island on the iconic Gordon River, deep within Tasmania’s dramatic south-west wilderness, thanks to @franklinriverrafting. Part of the Franklin-Gordon Wild Rivers National Park, the Gordon River winds its way through the legendary Tasmania Wilderness World Heritage Area before emptying into Macquarie Harbour – a vast body of water six times the size of Sydney Harbour, and home to the Macquarie Harbour Penal Station from 1822 to 1833.