Richmond Bridge, Tasmania. Richmond Bridge (1823). Originally named Bigge's Bridge, Richmond Bridge is Australia's oldest bridge still in use. It was built by convicts from sandstone quarried at Butchers Hill and hauled by hand carts to the bridge site.
The swing bridge across the Huon River at the Tahune Airwalk in southern Tasmania. Further on and rising almost 50 metres into the forest canopy, the Airwalk takes visitors on a remarkable tour that includes uninterrupted views across Tasmania’s southern wilderness – home to some of the world’s tallest trees. #tahune #tasmania #discovertasmania Image Credit: Pauly Vella
Salamanca Market is a community street market that has become Tasmania’s major tourist attraction. Since 1972, every Saturday up to 300 stall holders do commerce between a row of Plane trees and sandstone buildings, formerly warehouses for the port of Hobart Town that have since been converted into restaurants, galleries, craft shops and offices
Slide through the Forest Wait…. you can actually do this!? Yep! Someone was feeling equally playful and inventive the day they said they were going to build a huge slide through the forest. Check it out at dismal swamp on the North West Coast. The Absolute BEST Things to do in Tasmania (top 50)
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.
The swing bridge across the Huon River at the Tahune Airwalk in southern Tasmania.Rising almost 50 metres into the forest canopy, the Airwalk takes visitors on a remarkable tour that includes uninterrupted views across Tasmania’s southern wilderness – home to some of the world’s tallest trees. One day Tasmania... one day
Newdegate Cave, within the Hastings Caves State Reserve in Tasmania's south-east, thanks to @laurenepbath. Hastings Cave is Australia’s largest developed cave, and being formed from dolomite, it’s also one of the rarest. And the Marakoopa Cave near Mole Creek in the north-west has the largest glow-worm display in the country. (Tassie’s endearing features are more than skin deep!)