Tasmania at a glance
The iconic Callington Mill in Oatlands. Only a one-hour drive from Hobart, Oatlands has the largest collection of sandstones building in Australia. #oatlands #tasmania #discovertasmania Image Credit: Billy Law
The Totem Pole, Tasmania. Look at that climber. Look at me calmly say "Never, ever, will I do that!"
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The spectacular columns and cliffs at Cape Hauy are incredible. Cape Hauy is on the Tasman Peninsula, 95 kms south east of Hobart.
Eaglehawk Neck, Eaglehawk Neck, Australia - The Tessellated pavement at Eaglehawk Neck in Tasmania is a really unique spot! Believe it or not this is all natural!
Lyle Closs on Albert's Tomb, Organ Pipes, Mt. Wellington, Tasmania Australia 1974. Photo by Stefan Karpiniec.
Tasmania is full of hidden laneways and unexpected discoverys. Rachel Haugh captured this shot of Woobys Lane off Salamanca Square in Hobart
The beatific Bruny Island is a 25 minute drive south of Hobart to Kettering in order to board the short ferry over with your car.