Guide Falls ~ #waterfall #Tasmania ~ photo by Dan Fellow and article for think-tasmania.com

We were just thinking recently it might be time to run another feature about waterfalls in Tasmania. Dan Fellow hits us with another colle.

Emu Valley Rhododendron Garden. Photo provided by the organisation to www.think-tasmania.com

Emu Valley Rhododendron Garden via Burnie, north west Tasmania. Article for Think Tasmania (picture courtesy EVRG).

Guide Falls Reserve. Article and photo by Carol Haberle for Think Tasmania.

15 kilometres south of Burnie lies the Guide Falls Reserve, a beautiful place for picnic or BBQ. Guide Falls: Sights and Sounds by Carol Haberle .

Pulp Paper Trail, #Burnie #Tasmania. Photos by Carol Haberle, article for www.think-tasmania.com

The Pulp Paper Trail: a gift to the community of Burnie. From Emu Bay to Burnie by Carol Haberle Burnie is a city on the north-west coast of Tasm.

Yellow Wattlebird pictured in a Tasmanian native garden near Burnie. Article and photos by @Carol M Haberle for Think #Tasmania.

Yellow Wattlebird pictured in a Tasmanian native garden near Burnie. Article and photos by Van De Maele M Haberle for Think

Cascade Falls: Guide River, Ridgley, north west #Tasmania #waterfall ~ photo by Carol Haberle, article for think-tasmania.com

All we have to present with this month's photo by Carol Haberle is a title. Greg thinks the title speaks for.

Annsleigh Gardens & Cafe, Ridgley (south of Burnie). Article and photo by Carol Haberle for Think Tasmania.

The multi award-winning Annsleigh Gardens & Cafe is located just 10 minutes' drive south of Burnie, on Tasmania's Northwest Coast, and.

#Burnie waterfront. Photo and article by Carol Haberle for Think #Tasmania.

Photo and article by Carol Haberle for Think

Monster remote-controlled mining equipment on show at the Makers Workshop.

Burnie has managed to incorporate many functions into one striking building on the beach front. The Makers Workshop is the city's Tourist Informati.

The Pulp Paper Trail. Article and photo by Carol Haberle for www.think-tasmania.com

The Pulp Paper Trail: a gift to the community of Burnie. From Emu Bay to Burnie by Carol Haberle Burnie is a city on the north-west coast of Tasm.

#Burnie Farmers Market: the first in #Tassie. Article and photo for Think #Tasmania.

Burnie Farmers Market: Tasmanian First

Cream Liqueur from Hellyers Road Distillery ~ article and photo for think-tasmania,.com ~ #drinks #Burnie #MakersWorkshop #Tasmania

Make It Tasmania: Department of State Growth Online Resources

Pet Dam or Pet Reservoir Ridgley #Tasmania #Fishing Photo by Carol Haberle, article for think-tasmania.com

Pet Dam: Ridgely via Burnie Tasmania

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