Cruise the Gordon River, Strahan, (west coast) Tasmania, Australia #yankinaustralia #australia

Cruise the Gordon River, Strahan, (west coast) Tasmania, Australia #yankinaustralia #australia

West Coast Wilderness Railway #Queenstown #Strahan #Tasmania photo and article for think-tasmania.com

West Coast Wilderness Railway #Queenstown #Strahan #Tasmania photo and article for think-tasmania.com

2nd tallest tree in the world, Strahan Tasmania Australia #AustraliaItsBig

2nd tallest tree in the world, Strahan Tasmania Australia #AustraliaItsBig

10 places to photograph Southern Lights. Star gazing is relaxing and peaceful. Fortunately, there are plenty of places in Australia to view the stars.

Southern Lights - 10 Places to Photograph Southern Lights or Aurora Australis

10 places to photograph Southern Lights. Star gazing is relaxing and peaceful. Fortunately, there are plenty of places in Australia to view the stars.

Sea Sparkles are lighting up the River Derwent in Tasmania. The phytoplankton glow blue and put on a show for photographers. Image: Matt Holz.

Sea Sparkles are lighting up the River Derwent in Tasmania. The phytoplankton glow blue and put on a show for photographers. Image: Matt Holz.

WEEKEND ESCAPE: UNSPOILT SATELLITE ISLAND, TASMANIA | THE STYLE FILES

WEEKEND ESCAPE: UNSPOILT SATELLITE ISLAND, TASMANIA | THE STYLE FILES

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

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

One of those places you see and know you must visit to see if the colour is real. The astonishing Blue Lake is along the road from Barnbougle Golf Course and the quaintly named Tomahawk camping area in North East Tasmania. No matter whether it is a blue sky day or somewhat less, the waters are this unreal - you cannot describe it to anyone else - colour. Image credit: Sam Lin IG

One of those places you see and know you must visit to see if the colour is real. The astonishing Blue Lake is along the road from Barnbougle Golf Course and the quaintly named Tomahawk camping area in North East Tasmania. No matter whether it is a blue sky day or somewhat less, the waters are this unreal - you cannot describe it to anyone else - colour. Image credit: Sam Lin IG

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