Instagram post by Discover Tasmania • May 17, 2015 at 11:45pm UTC
Sunrise at the Pinnacle of kunanyi / Mount Wellington. There are many ways to enjoy the beautiful natural features of the Wellington park, of which Mt Wellington is a part. Due to its proximity to Hobart, visitors can access walking tracks that lead directly from the city & suburbs. Walks range from easy strolls to more challenging climbs through cool forests and past springs, waterfalls and the soaring dolerite columns called The Organ Pipes. Image credit: Kah Kit Yoong
Hotels-live.com/pages/sejours-pas-chers - Celebrating the stunning beauty of daybreak over @hobartandbeyond from the summit of kunanyi / Mount Wellington with @lake_of_tranquility. As Tassie's days become shorter and its nights lengthen, thoughts of warming open fires, comforting food and drink, and community celebrations come to mind. But don't be fooled: winters in Tassie aren't as subdued as you might think. Some of our most indulgent festivals and events are on the horizon. And the colours and light during the cooler months are really something else. It would be a shame for you to miss out!... Thanks for tagging #discovertasmania, Dietmar! #hobartandbeyond #seeaustralia #tasmania #sunrise #wellingtonpark Hotels-live.com via https://www.instagram.com/p/BEwkYnwHMKn/
Sunrise over Hobart Tasmania from the Pinnacle of kunanyi / Mt Wellington.
myrtle gully a delightful waterfall and picnic grounds at Collinsvale near Hobart Tasmania