Sheffield, Tasmania

Sheffield is he Town of Murals in the north west of Tasmania. Much more than just art on walls!
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#SteamFest #Tasmania. Photo by Benita Bell of Daydream Photography; article for think-tasmania.com

One of the major events hosted by Sheffield in the state's north west: SteamFest Tasmania.

O'Neill's Creek Picnic Ground and Nature Trail Photo by Benita Bell of Daydream Photography, article for think-tasmania.com #Tasmania #Bushwalking

We need a helicopter so we can fly all around Tasmania, bringing you news from far-flung reaches of the state.

Aurora images from #Tasmania, taken by Benita Bell of Daydream Photography in the Sheffield, Railton, Devonport region article for think-tasmania.com

Benita Bell shares her experience of chasing beams in Tasmania, a day in the life of an aurora hunter!

Mount Roland Photo by Carol Haberle #Tasmania Series by Greg Hale, article for think-tasmania.com

Greg Hale continues sharing his series of Carol Haberle images for Think Tasmania readers. This month, a favourite Mount Roland photo.

Sheffield's neighbour: Railton, the Town of Topiary. Photos by Benita Bell, article for www.think-tasmania.com

In the north-west coast region of Tasmania you'll find Railton, widely known as the Town of Topiary. And with good reason, as Benita Bell shows readers.

Rainbow over Mount Roland. Photo by Chris and Rini of Fudge n Good Coffee in #Sheffield. Article for www.think-tasmania.com

Rainbow over Mount Roland. Photo by Chris and Rini of Fudge n Good Coffee in Article for

The rowing course is on the eastern shore of Lake Barrington, accessed via Sheffield. Article and photo for www.think-tasmania.com

Lake Barrington via Sheffield or Wilmot

Eagles Nest Retreat, Sheffield. Photo and article for Think #Tasmania

Eagles Nest II… Win an Indulgent Getaway

Mount Roland. Photo by @Carol M Haberle for Think #Tasmania.

A selection of stunning images of Mount Roland by popular Tasmanian landscape photographer, Carol Haberle. and notes about bushwalking and history.

Place names in #Kentish. Photo and article by Carol Haberle for Think #Tasmania.

Place names in Photo and article by Carol Haberle for Think

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