Godfreys Beach, Stanley, Tasmania, Australia. This often overlooked stretch of sand is the beach seen in most photographs of Stanley's instantly recognised 'The Nut'. The wilds of Bass Strait produce amazing light and weather changes.

Reys Beach, Stanley, Tasmania, Australia l 30 Amazing Places on Earth You Need To Visit Part 1

Why You Should Go to Tasmania Now - There are myriad reasons to visit Tasmania, but this stunning waterfront vista in Satellite Island should convince you!

Why You Should Go to Tasmania Now

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Cradle Mountain National Park | Tasmania, Australia

Cradle Mountain-Lake St Clair National Park is located in the Central Highlands area of Tasmania (Australia). The park contains many walking trails, and is where hikes along the well-known Overland Track usually begins.

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The Totem Pole, Cape Hauy, Tasman National Park, Tasmania. People try to climb this little beauty.

Reys Beach, Stanley, Tasmania, Australia

Reys Beach, Stanley, Tasmania, Australia l 30 Amazing Places on Earth You Need To Visit Part 1

AUSTRALIA, Tasmania, Vale of Belvoir. Burl on trunk of Myrtle beech tree, temperate rainforest

AUSTRALIA, Tasmania, Vale of Belvoir. Burl on trunk of Myrtle beech tree, temperate rainforest. A burl is actually a sort of tumor on the tree. Makes some of the most beautiful grain patterns used by carpenters woodturners.

The Nut, Stanley,Tasmania, #Australia

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Great shot of ‘The Nut’ at Stanley in north-west Tasmania by @thisismylife_tasmania. The Nut, an ancient volcanic formation rising 143 metres from the sea, dominates the headland that the fishing village of Stanley shelters behind. No exertion is necessary when the chairlift takes you to the top for breathtaking views of the historic town and the coast. #tasmania #discovertasmania#tasmaniasnorthwest #stanley

The Nut at Stanley in north-west Tasmania an ancient volcanic formation rising 143 metres from the sea, dominates the headland that the fishing village of Stanley shelters behind.

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