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.
Tasmania frequently rates as one of the most desirable travel destinations in the world, and when you think about all there is to see and do in this incredibly vast island state, it’s little wonder why. Home to raw natural beauty, unspoilt wilderness, secluded beaches, rugged coastlines, majestic mountains, heritage-listed national parks and exceptional culinary experiences, there’s nothing that Tasmania doesn’t do and do well. If that sounds like your cup of tea, perhaps it’s time you…
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Take a giant <a href="https://go.redirectingat.com?id=74679X1524629&sref=https%3A%2F%2Fwww.buzzfeed.com%2Fjemimaskelley%2Ftasmazing&url=http%3A%2F%2Fwww.dismalswamptasmania.com.au%2Fgallery.php&xcust=4123750%7CBFLITE&xs=1" target="_blank">slide</a> from the canopy down to the forest floor.
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
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