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This shot says it all. Strahan - on Tasmania's West Coast - is simply glorious! #strahan #tasmania #discovertasmania

This shot says it all. Strahan - on Tasmania's West Coast - is simply glorious! #strahan #tasmania #discovertasmania

There are two huge park areas with lots of different activities for children in Ulverstone, Tasmania http://blog.moretas4less.com/exploring-ulverstone-north-west-tasmania-2/

There are two huge park areas with lots of different activities for children in Ulverstone, Tasmania http://blog.moretas4less.com/exploring-ulverstone-north-west-tasmania-2/

What a dramatic looking shot through the Queenstown hills on Tassie's West Coast. Through the town's 110-year mining history, diminishing gold resources resulted in a shift to copper mining. Large copper smelters, fuelled by surrounding timber, polluted the area and left this spectacular sparse landscape.  #queenstown #westcoast #westcoasttasmania Image credit: Mark Clinton

What a dramatic looking shot through the Queenstown hills on Tassie's West Coast. Through the town's 110-year mining history, diminishing gold resources resulted in a shift to copper mining. Large copper smelters, fuelled by surrounding timber, polluted the area and left this spectacular sparse landscape. #queenstown #westcoast #westcoasttasmania Image credit: Mark Clinton

West Beach Sunrise by Carol Haberle

West Beach Sunrise by Carol Haberle

Sunrise over the main street of Latrobe, in Tasmania’s North West, thanks to @streets_of_australia. Dating back to the 1820s, Latrobe was once the main port of the North West.  These days it’s a lot more peaceful, but comes alive with numerous festivals throughout the year, including Chocolate Winterfest, Henley-on-the-Mersey regatta, and the Latrobe Wheel Race. Latrobe is also known as the platypus capital of the world - with the Warrawee Forest Reserve as its centrepiece.

Sunrise over the main street of Latrobe, in Tasmania’s North West, thanks to @streets_of_australia. Dating back to the 1820s, Latrobe was once the main port of the North West. These days it’s a lot more peaceful, but comes alive with numerous festivals throughout the year, including Chocolate Winterfest, Henley-on-the-Mersey regatta, and the Latrobe Wheel Race. Latrobe is also known as the platypus capital of the world - with the Warrawee Forest Reserve as its centrepiece.

Planning a visit to Tasmania's West Coast?  A trip on the West Coast Wilderness Railway is great in any weather. #railway #wilderness #queenstown #tasmania #discover

Planning a visit to Tasmania's West Coast? A trip on the West Coast Wilderness Railway is great in any weather. #railway #wilderness #queenstown #tasmania #discover

Reflections in the tannin-rich waters of the Pieman River on Tasmania’s north west coast, thanks to photographer Andrew Bain. The tannins are absorbed from button grass growing in the river catchment area, making the waters nearly black and highly reflective.  #discovertasmania #tasmania #piemanriver #reflections #nature

Reflections in the tannin-rich waters of the Pieman River on Tasmania’s north west coast, thanks to photographer Andrew Bain. The tannins are absorbed from button grass growing in the river catchment area, making the waters nearly black and highly reflective. #discovertasmania #tasmania #piemanriver #reflections #nature

Pelicans aren't shy at Policemans Point, Tasmania. www.agirla4wdandatrailer.com

Pelicans aren't shy at Policemans Point, Tasmania. www.agirla4wdandatrailer.com

Tasmania is full of beautiful historic properties. Woolmers in Longford is a must-see. Such a stunning property, now World-Heritage listed. And the cafe makes amazing scones!

Tasmania is full of beautiful historic properties. Woolmers in Longford is a must-see. Such a stunning property, now World-Heritage listed. And the cafe makes amazing scones!

Mount Roland and Sheffield in the foreground, Tasmania.

Mount Roland and Sheffield in the foreground, Tasmania.

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