Rainforest walk at Cradle Mountain, Tasmania, Australia by Mel Sinclair on 500px

Tasmanian wilderness- Rainforest walk at Cradle Mountain, Tasmania, Australia by Mel Sinclair on

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The Bay of Fires is a bay on the northeastern coast of Tasmania in Australia. The bay was given its name in 1773 by Captain Tobias Furneaux who saw the fires of Aboriginal people on the beaches.

Hoover Dam, California/Nevada The dams are amazing to see the size of them. The work it took to build them. We flew over the Dam on a helicoptor.

Beaches on Tasmania's East Coast are some of the most striking on earth. This is looking across to the Bay of Fires near Binalong Bay.

Australia - Beaches on Tasmania's East Coast are some of the most striking on earth. This is looking across to the Bay of Fires near Binalong Bay.

About an hour’s drive from the Coastal town of Bridport, lays an incredibly colourful lake, adequately named the "Little Blue Lake". Located near the township of Gladstone and Derby, the unusually turquoise water, is believed to be caused by the high mineral count seeping from the sediment around the lake. #discovertasmania #mining #tasmania Image Credit: Thomas Gray

Bridport, lays an incredibly colourful lake, adequately named the "Little Blue Lake".

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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