"Back to Back" perfectly describes the isthmus on Bruny Island that is the sweep of ocean on one side and the sheltered waters of the D'Entrecasteaux Channel on the other. Barely wide enough to contain the road that links the north and south of Bruny, This is a much photographed and explored piece of Tasmania. Image credit: T Loh
Australia’s smallest state astounds with big zingers that will cause some double-takes. It’s not surprising. Tasmania has one of the world’s last accessible wilderness frontiers. One of the best things is it’s not difficult to get to this edge of the world.