11 towns in Tasmania, Australia you must set foot in

11 Towns in Tasmania You MUST Set Foot In

Check out our list of Top 11 towns in Tasmania to visit on your road trip around the Apple Isle, otherwise known as Tasmania Australia

Cape Pillar Sea Cave, Tasmania, Australia (photo by mrfuller)

Cape Pillar Sea Cliffs, Tasman Island, Australia: The two gigantic cliffs of…

The Totem Pole, Tasmania

The Totem Pole as seen from the front. The Totem Pole is a 65 metres ft) sea stack on the island of Tasmania, Australia. It is one of the most distinctive rock climbing routes in the world, with hundreds of climbers attempting to climb it every year.

Hazards Beach - 6 beaches in Tasmania, Australia for your Aussie travel bucket list

6 Beaches in Tasmania you must set foot on

Hazards Beach - 6 beaches in Tasmania, Australia for your Aussie travel bucket list. Tasmania is great in the summer, opposite seasons of USA. You will be blown away by the beauty, animals & friendly people too.

Strathgordon Dam at the end of the Gordon River Road in Tasmania, Australia.

Hoover Dam, California, Nevada, USA Bundle package with Las Vegas and Grand Canyon.

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

Salamanca Market is a community street market that has become Tasmania’s major…

Bruny Island south of Hobart

The beatific Bruny Island is a 25 minute drive south of Hobart to Kettering in order to board the short ferry over with your car.

Abt train, Queenstown to Strahan, Tasmania

Abt train, Queenstown to Strahan, Tasmania (yes i have a thing for steam trains)

Day 3:  [early evening] Battery Point, Hobart, Tasmania, Australia

Battery Point, Hobart, Tasmania, Australia - now, wouldn't a floating public walkway around here be lovely?

Tasmania is full of hidden laneways and unexpected discoverys.  Rachel Haugh captured this shot of Woobys Lane off Salamanca Square in Hobart

Tasmania is full of hidden laneways and unexpected discoveries. Rachel Haugh captured this shot of Woobys Lane off Salamanca Square in Hobart. I can recommend the Greek Restaurant "Mezethes" on the right in photo.

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