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Tasmania's Tarkine Forest.

Ancient Tarkine forest in Tasmania, Australia, under threat of turning into wood chips now that Australians have voted in Conservative Government

Wineglass Bay - Freycinet National Park, Tasmania, Australia - http://youtu.be/8kK573ZNv78 - 17 hotels in Wineglass Beach > http://www.booking.com/landmark/au/wineglass-beach.pt-br.html?aid=351276 - #Hiking > http://youtu.be/tzQRv-WSLws

There are thousands of people who climb the Hazards at Wineglass Bay, in an attempt to photograph this famous beach. A few kilometres to the north, one can charter a plane and create an image just like this rangefinder, 43 mm lens, Velvia ISO

Liffey Falls and the Central Plateau Conservation Area - Discover Tasmania

Discover Tasmania - Liffey Falls and the Central Plateau Conservation Area

Cosy Corner (North), Bay of Fires Conservation Area, Tasmania, Australia

Cosy Corner (North), Bay of Fires Conservation Area, Tasmania, Australia. Tassie is so cute with it's place names.

Tasmania

The picture-perfect Celery Top Islands reflected in the dark, tanin-stained waters of These 5 sister islands are uninhabited and lie in the isolated and untouched waters of Tassie's Southwest.

Arcoona House, Deloraine, Tasmania - A fine example of the Australian Federation style

Arcoona House, Deloraine, Tasmania - A fine example of the Australian Federation style

Bay of Fires Tasmania T131Ph • Other Format • Galleries • Photographs • Christian Fletcher Photo Images

Bay of Fires Tasmania The Bay of Fires on Tasmanias East Coast extends from Binalong Bay in the south to Eddystone Point in the north.

Picnic Rocks, Mt. William National Park, Tasmania - AUSTRALIA

Mount William National Park - This was our favorite place to camp. Great fishing, body boarding, shell hunting and tidal pool searching place (I think) in Tasmania. Not to mention absolutely beautiful!

A cliff and cave formation in south east Tasmania.

the constant battering of the sea against areas like cape pillar have left nearly 300 meter high cliffs. it reminded me of a scene out of jurassic park, the kind of coastline that only a set designer could dream up.

AUSTRALIA, Tasmania, Freycinet National Park.

Hazards rainbow - image by Australian photographer Grant Dixon

Liffey Falls. Photo by Carol Haberle, article for Think Tasmania.

Liffey Falls are found near the head of the Liffey River, upstream of the town of Liffey in Tasmania, Australia. It is believed that Tasmanian Aborigines used Liffey Falls as a meeting place.

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