Abseiling down the Gordon Dam at Strathgordon. This is the world's highest commercial abseil - 140m (460ft) straight down the dam wall into Tasmania's Southwest wilderness. What a rush! #abseiling #tasmania #strathgordon #discovertasmania Image Credit: Graham Michael Freeman

Abseiling down the Gordon Dam at Strathgordon. This is the world's highest commercial abseil - 140m (460ft) straight down the dam wall into Tasmania's Southwest wilderness. What a rush! #abseiling #tasmania #strathgordon #discovertasmania Image Credit: Graham Michael Freeman

In Legerwood Tasmania there are these amazing tree carvings done with a chainsaw by artist Eddie Freeman. They commemorate local soldiers killed during World War 1, Gallipoli and the ANZAC's. #discovertasmania #legerwood #treecarvings #tasmania Image Credit: qofd

In Legerwood Tasmania there are these amazing tree carvings done with a chainsaw by artist Eddie Freeman. They commemorate local soldiers killed during World War 1, Gallipoli and the ANZAC's. #discovertasmania #legerwood #treecarvings #tasmania Image Credit: qofd

Did you know Cockle Creek in Tasmania is the farthest point south that you can drive in Australia? #cocklecreek #tasmania #discovertasmania Image Credit: Megan Snedden

Did you know Cockle Creek in Tasmania is the farthest point south that you can drive in Australia? #cocklecreek #tasmania #discovertasmania Image Credit: Megan Snedden

Battery Point, Hobart, Tasmania / 10 free things to do in Hobart / A Globe Well Travelled

10 free things to do in Hobart

SkyWire is the only ride of its type in the world. Your adventure begins with a journey through bush trails to the terminal site that offers magnificent views over Tasman Bay. Adventure seekers are strapped onto a high tech 4 chair carriage, which is launched 1.6km over and back, high above a native forest valley. Reach speeds of up to 100kph (60mph) on an endless cable, dropping 150m like an extreme high speed ski lift

SkyWire is the only ride of its type in the world. Your adventure begins with a journey through bush trails to the terminal site that offers magnificent views over Tasman Bay. Adventure seekers are strapped onto a high tech 4 chair carriage, which is launched 1.6km over and back, high above a native forest valley. Reach speeds of up to 100kph (60mph) on an endless cable, dropping 150m like an extreme high speed ski lift

Australia’s smallest state astounds with big zingers that will cause some double-takes. It’s not surprising. Tasmania has one of the world’s last accessible wilderness frontiers. One of the best things is it’s not difficult to get to this edge of the world.

5 things that are rare and cool in Tasmania

Australia’s smallest state astounds with big zingers that will cause some double-takes. It’s not surprising. Tasmania has one of the world’s last accessible wilderness frontiers. One of the best things is it’s not difficult to get to this edge of the world.

Devils Gullet Lookout, Great Western Tiers, #Tasmania. Photo by Dan Fellow for www.think-tasmania.com

Devils Gullet Lookout, Great Western Tiers, #Tasmania. Photo by Dan Fellow for www.think-tasmania.com

Tasmania took my breath away. The view of Wine Glass Bay has to be seen in person by everyone. It's one of those places that pictures just don't do it justice.

Tasmania took my breath away. The view of Wine Glass Bay has to be seen in person by everyone. It's one of those places that pictures just don't do it justice.

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