This photograph, taken sometime before 1921, shows two thylacines at the Hobart Zoo, the smaller one a juvenile. The now extinct thylacine was commonly referred to as the Tasmanian tiger or Tasmanian wolf, yet it was neither indigenous to Tasmania nor directly related to either of its namesakes. In fact, it was the largest meat-eating marsupial to have existed since the extinction of the Thylacoleo, or so-called ‘marsupial lion’.
Bay of Fires, Tasmania Turning the corner on the road from St Helens into Binalong Bay, the sight is simply jaw-dropping: the turquoise-coloured ocean breaks onto a breathtakingly white beach fringed with huge boulders draped with iconic orange lichen! Via Instagram @wanderlust_tribe
Tasmania Itinerary: 10 Day Ultimate Itinerary For Tasmania
Tasmania is the hottest upcoming travel destination in Australia. With pristine waters, epic national parks, and a laid back atmosphere, it's no wonder people are flocking! Make sure you get the most out of your trip with this Ultimate Tasmania Itinerary written by a local with fantastic insider knowledge.