According to National Geographic one of the top 15 classic hikes in the world: Bay of Fires, Tasmania

According to National Geographic one of the top 15 classic hikes in the world: Bay of Fires, Tasmania

Tasman Peninsula Region - photos by Dan Fellow, article for think-tasmania.com #Tasmania

Tasman Peninsula Region - photos by Dan Fellow, article for think-tasmania.com #Tasmania

A feeding frenzy of seals and albatross at Eddistone Rock off Tasmania's rugged south coast. Photo by Andy Chisholm

A feeding frenzy of seals and albatross at Eddistone Rock off Tasmania's rugged south coast. Photo by Andy Chisholm

Lindisfarne Sailing Club, Lindisfarne, Australia — by Matt Glastonbury. The gorgeous reflections at sunrise over Lindisfarne Bay.

Lindisfarne Sailing Club, Lindisfarne, Australia — by Matt Glastonbury

Lindisfarne Sailing Club, Lindisfarne, Australia — by Matt Glastonbury. The gorgeous reflections at sunrise over Lindisfarne Bay.

St.Johns Church Door Richmond Tasmania...found a moment with GOD in this beautiful Church...

St.Johns Church Door Richmond Tasmania...found a moment with GOD in this beautiful Church...

Royal Tasmanian Botanical Gardens. Hobart, Tasmania

Royal Tasmanian Botanical Gardens. Hobart, Tasmania

Henty Dunes, West Coast Tasmania www.paulhoelen.com

Henty Dunes, West Coast Tasmania www.paulhoelen.com

'Blenheim Hotel', Marlborough Street, Longford, Tasmania, built 1846 by Willaim Dodery. This photo taken in the mid 1950s shows W Miller as the proprietor. The 'Blenheim Hotel' is located 16 Marlborough St, Longford. In the Dining Room you will find a display about it's history and William Dodery.

'Blenheim Hotel', Marlborough Street, Longford, Tasmania, built 1846 by Willaim Dodery. This photo taken in the mid 1950s shows W Miller as the proprietor. The 'Blenheim Hotel' is located 16 Marlborough St, Longford. In the Dining Room you will find a display about it's history and William Dodery.


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Former Racecourse Hotel (1840s), a two storey brick Georgian inn. It was originally intended to be the 'Railway Hotel'when the line was planned to run through Longford and Cressy, and then northwards. However, the line was re-routed after the building was completed.

Former Racecourse Hotel (1840s), a two storey brick Georgian inn. It was originally intended to be the 'Railway Hotel'when the line was planned to run through Longford and Cressy, and then northwards. However, the line was re-routed after the building was completed.

'Racecourse Hotel', Longford, Tasmania; Department of Film Production; 4 May 1977; TSO00018611 - National Trust of Australia (Tasmania) on eHive

'Racecourse Hotel', Longford, Tasmania; Department of Film Production; 4 May 1977; TSO00018611 - National Trust of Australia (Tasmania) on eHive

Longford Flood 1969 (Tasmania)

Longford Flood 1969 (Tasmania)

Longford Flood 1969 (Tasmania) Constable Terrence McGowan in the Police boat during the Longford Floods, May 1969. Ricky also informs me that his father was unable to swim. A very brave man. Thanks Ricky McGowan.

Longford Flood 1969 (Tasmania) Constable Terrence McGowan in the Police boat during the Longford Floods, May 1969. Ricky also informs me that his father was unable to swim. A very brave man. Thanks Ricky McGowan.

Mollie Woodhead in garden at Penghana, Longford, Tasmania

Mollie Woodhead in garden at Penghana, Longford, Tasmania

Accommodation in Longford, Tasmania at the Racecourse Inn

Accommodation in Longford, Tasmania at the Racecourse Inn

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