The Tasman Island Lighthouse is on Tasman Island off the coast of south-eastern Tasmania, Australia. It was one of the most isolated lighthouses in Australia. It was built in 1906, automated in 1976 and demanned in 1977. The island is now part of the Tasman National Park.
The river flowing through the Mount Field National Park. Mount Field is an easy day trip from Hobart, providing you with plentiful walks, waterfalls and mountains. #discovertasmania #mtfield #nationalpark Image Credit: matthewtaylorthomas
Wallaby Bay on Tasmania’s remote south-west coast. 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. #discovertasmania. #worldheritage #kayaking #portdavey #tasmania Image Credit: Roaring 40s Kayaking