Explore sea caves and rugged coastline on a Bruny Island Cruise in Tasmania - Australia

Bruny Island cruise with Pennicott Wilderness Journeys

Explore sea caves and rugged coastline on a Bruny Island Cruise in Tasmania - Australia, Travels

Creepy crawly track in the Great Wilderness of Tasmania, Australia (by Eddy.H).

Creepy Crawly Nature Trail, Southwest National Park, Tasmania----Take a walk through a lovely section of cool temperate rainforest. The fully-boarded track gently weaves its way around moss-covered trees and over giant logs.

The Tasmanian Devil is the largest carnivorous marsupial in the world (Males weigh about 18lbs.) and is the iconic symbol of Tasmania. It was declared an endangered species by the Tasmanian government in 2008 due to the rapid decline in its numbers since the 90's from a nonviral, but transmissable facial cancer. smithsonianmag.com #Tasmanian_Devil #Tasmania #smithsonianmag

The Top 10 Places to See in Tasmania

The Tasmanian Devil is the largest carnivorous marsupial in the world (Males weigh about and is the iconic symbol of Tasmania. It was declared an endangered species by the Tasmanian government in

All sizes | Pink Robin – Mt.Field – Tasmania_S4E6915 | Flickr – Photo Sharing!

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Pink Robin(Petroica rodinogaster_ photographed by Francesco Veronesi at Mt.Field, Tasmania, Australia on September 2015

seals + albatross, eddistone rock, tasmania | nature photography + seascapes #adventure

Life By Andy Chisholm A feeding frenzy of seals and albatross at Eddistone Rock off Tasmanias rugged south coast Australia

The Rainbow Eucalyptus Tree!

This form of eucalyptus tree grows in Maui rainforests where the bark peels back to reveal a gorgeous range of colors. This form of eucalyptus tree grows in Maui rainforests where the bark peels back to reveal a gorgeous range of colors.

Bay of Fires http://matadornetwork.com/community/scottsporleder/photos/tasmania-part-ii-the-eastern-coast/308432_10150329047133450_266724958449_8269314_858875449_n/

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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.

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