The Tasman Island Lighthouse is on Tasman Island off the coast of south-eastern Tasmania, Australia. It was one of the most isolated lighthouses in Australia. It was built in 1906, automated in 1976 and demanned in 1977. The island is now part of the Tasman National Park.

The Tasman Island Lighthouse is on Tasman Island off the coast of south-eastern Tasmania, Australia. It was one of the most isolated lighthouses in Australia. It was built in 1906, automated in 1976 and demanned in 1977. The island is now part of the Tasman National Park.

Doug McConnell leading, with Dean Rollins belaying, on The Ewbank Route (aka The Freed Route), which they freed at grade 27 in January 2009, on the 65 metre Totem Pole, at Cape Hauy, Tasmania, Australia.

Daredevil climbers take on Tasmania’s 200ft Totem Pole

Doug McConnell leading, with Dean Rollins belaying, on The Ewbank Route (aka The Freed Route), which they freed at grade 27 in January 2009, on the 65 metre Totem Pole, at Cape Hauy, Tasmania, Australia.

Cradle Mountain-Lake st Clair National Park, Tasmania #Australia

Cradle Mountain-Lake st Clair 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.

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.

Snow Gums on Mt Wellington - Hobart - Tasmania by Brendan Davey, via Flickr

Snow Gums on Mt Wellington - Hobart - Tasmania by Brendan Davey, via Flickr

Russell Falls, Mount Field National Park, central highlands of Tasmania, Australia

Russell Falls, Mount Field National Park, central highlands of Tasmania, Australia

Liffey Falls Tasmania, Australia

Discover Tasmania - Liffey Falls and the Central Plateau Conservation Area

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