Tassie - my new home

We have been living in Tas for 3 years and we never intend moving anywhere else. Tas is spectacularly beautiful, has restaurants and cafés with food to die for and the air and water is just so fresh. Love it!
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Westbury in Tasmania, Australia

Things to do in Launceston and surrounds - tips from the locals

Aurora Australis over Queenstown with special guest star... the Milky Way [OC] [3000x4407]

spaceexp: “ The Milky Way over Lake Wakatipu. Photo by Trey Ratcliff.

Things to do in Launceston and the Tamar Valley http://www.wheressharon.com/australian-travels/things-to-do-in-tasmania/things-to-do-launceston-tamar-valley/ #tasmania #familytravel #launceston

Best things to do in Launceston with kids

Walk around Cradle Mountain in Tasmania, Australia

19 Best Places to Visit in Tasmania

Bruny Island white wallaby... A 'painted' wallaby (just a couple of genes short of being an albino). Tasmania, Australia, wildlife

Being an island , lack of genetic diversity. A 'painted' wallaby (just a couple of genes short of being an albino).

26 Reasons You Wish You Were In TASMANIA Right Now!

26 Reasons You Wish You Were In Tasmania Right Now

There are thousands of people who climb the Hazards at Wineglass Bay, in an attempt to photograph this famous beach. A few kilometres to the north, one can charter a plane and create an image just like this rangefinder, 43 mm lens, Velvia ISO

Salamanca Markets, Hobart Australia - with Mt Wellington in the distance. Superb!

Salamanca Markets, Hobart Australia - with Mt Wellington in the distance. Visited this market 5 times, loved it!

Tasmania, Australia ~ http://suitcasesandsunsets.com/tasmania-australia.html

Tasmania is the island state off the south east coast of the Australian mainland and is one of Australia's best kept secrets.

Eucalyptus coccifera dominates Tasmania's tree line. It grows up to an altitude of 1200 metres

pachipachiworld: The very beautiful Eucalyptus coccifera dominates Tasmania’s tree line. It grows up to an altitude of 1200 metres (Source: Pete Walsh Photography)

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