Six of the best: Charming Tasmanian townships. Traveller Magazine gives the goss on six small locations here. Did you know that Strahan sits on the shores of Macquarie Harbour - a whole six times larger than Sydney Harbour! Image credit: Dan Fellow and Tourism Tasmania's Visual Library.
What a dramatic looking shot through the Queenstown hills on Tassie's West Coast. Through the town's 110-year mining history, diminishing gold resources resulted in a shift to copper mining. Large copper smelters, fuelled by surrounding timber, polluted the area and left this spectacular sparse landscape. #queenstown #westcoast #westcoasttasmania Image credit: Mark Clinton
The Tarkine Wilderness is on the rugged North West coast of #Tasmania #Australia - It is further threatened by up to TEN proposed mines. Protest on Pinterest: pinterest.com/tarkine #SaveTarkine Map Via: Tarkine Tourism Development Strategy http://www.discoverthetarkine.com.au/media/pdfs/tarkine_TourismDevelopment.pdf
A stunning sunset capture at 'Dick Clarke Jetty' in Strahan on Tassie's West Coast. Summer is the perfect time to visit Strahan when the town is a buzz with visitors and locals. #strahan #sunset #tasmania #discovertasmania Image credit: Aaron Jones
RED COW DAIRIES PTY LTD: Aussie Red Cows that have been in the family for over a decade that roam on rolling green hills in Oldina on the North West Coast of Tasmania, producing high quality milk that is made into beautiful artisan cheese. Welcome to Red Cow Dairies. Red Cow Dairies uses sustainable farming practices on their 155 hectare farm in a high-rainfall area with cows that are bred for Australian conditions, and they thrive.