Tasmania

A rugged and ancient natural beauty, Tasmania has a thriving creative culture, a rich history of convicts, piners, miners and fabulous food and wine!
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Vintage poster advertising Tasmania, the "Switzerland of the South!"

Paris 25 Strange Travel Tips From The Chinese Government love vintage travel posters Tasmania "Switzerland of the South!

Bruny Island, Tasmania - Australia

Bruny Island, Tasmania, Australia - Bought a shack on this island - So beautiful! The road on the right is purposely unsealed as this area is a penguin colony for the tiny fairy penguin.

Australia's oldest bridge | Richmond, Tasmania

Richmond, Tasmania Australia's oldest bridge -definitely want to go here.

Tasmania map

Martin Haake - Tasmania map Great to see the excellent Black Cow restaurant featured on it.

The Derwent Valley, just north of Hobart, is a step back in time to quiet country roads, stunning scenery and the relics of early settlement.

Derwent Valley travel guide

Nant distillery and artisan craft brewery- The Derwent Valley, just north of Hobart, is a step back in time to quiet country roads, bucolic scenery and the relics of early settlement.

Wombats at Cradle Mountain, Tasmania.

Wombats at Cradle Mountain, cant wait to go back. You can see wombats most days, they wonder around right beside the walking trails.

Vintage Tasmania Poster

Tasmania - The North-West by James Northfield - Australian Vintage Posters - Travel Posters

Bruny Island, Tasmania - Australia

Bruny Island, Tasmania, Australia - Bought a shack on this island - So beautiful! The road on the right is purposely unsealed as this area is a penguin colony for the tiny fairy penguin.

Cataract Gorge, Launceston

There are a large number of resident peacocks (including at least a dozen chicks on our most recent visit) at Cataract Gorge, Launceston, Tasmania, Australia

King Island, Tasmania, Australia.

4 islands in Tasmania you'll love to visit

Cape Wickham Lighthouse, King Island The tallest lighthouse in the southern hemisphere, standing 48 metres tall.

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