Stumbled across this nice old jetty, lined with little 'punts' crafted from beautiful Tasmanian Huon Pine timber, reflecting years of character. Starhan on Tasmania's West Coast from a different angle. Image credit: Zach @taswegianwanderer #tasmania #strahan
A peaceful scene on the river at Deloraine. Harking back to many a person's childhood the sight of a rope swing in the middle of a town environ is uncommon these days, but this shows the charm of many of Tasmania's small centres. Image credit: Chris Podesta #tasmania #deloraine
Layers and layers of mountains. The great wilderness of South West Tasmania is like nothing I've ever witnessed. This view is from Mount Sirius on the Western Arthur range looking south east across the range. - Luke #discovertasmania #seeaustralia #westernwilderness
Wallaby Bay on Tasmania’s remote south-west coast, thanks to @roaring40skayaking. Located within the South West National Park – the largest national park in Tasmania and part of the Tasmanian Wilderness World Heritage Area – the bay opens onto the Port Davey Marine Reserve, an area declared in 2005. This remarkable region is frequently described as one of the most breathtaking and remote landscapes on the planet.