First light over the Hazards from the amazing @picnic_island! The sandstone formations around the island are so unique and make for a fun time exploring the foreshores! || Freycinet National Park, Tasmania
The ultimate racing rendezvous awaits at the Schweppes Tasmanian Derby Day. Secure your spot at our dinner event and dine on Tassie's most premium produce. Event kicks off at 3:30pm on Friday 8th February.
Tickets $65 for members, $75 for non-members.
Head to @trchobart for tickets.
With the sun setting over the magnificent west coast, lucejohnss took a group of guests to explore Bonnet Island and watch the little penguins returning from their day at sea. Beautiful photo Lucy! #discovertasmania
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The best travel companions a girl could ask for 🌿
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Amazing but bitter sweet sunset over the Huon valley last night.... Stay safe tasmania 💛
Destination OR Journey??
Sometimes it’s what you find on the way to your next Tasmanian destination that really makes your jaw drop!
Last few shots coming from our @tasmania series 🙏
Next up... Point Addis 🌄
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Cape Raoul | Tasman Peninsula, Tasmania
Cape Raoul is a wonderful 14km 5hr return walk located in Tasman National Park. The dramatic changes in landscape, stunning dolerite sea cliffs, and breathtaking coastal views make the walk well worthwhile. The grunts/barks of a seal colony echoes from the bottom of the cliffs. Looking out to the sea, the next landmass is Antarctica.
You do you boo.. And I’ll do me and that is drink wine 💁🏻♀️
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For views that will knock your socks off, Cape Raoul is the place to be! Captured here by @theonlydarren, this rugged cape in the Tasman National Park is just a short drive from Port Arthur Historic Site, and only 90 minutes from @hobartandbeyond (although there is plenty to see along the way if you want to make a full day of it). The hike to this special spot is around 5 hours return, so pack some snacks, plenty of water, and some weatherproof gear - we'll see you on the track! 🙌🌄 🚶Thanks for tagging #discovertasmania, Darren!
As daylight faded on the rugged Tarkine coast the golden sunset light transitioned into the familiar pinks and blues of twilight. Huge waves crashed over massive craggy rocks and the shore was battered by the powerful swell as it has been for millennia. As Peter Dombrovskis famously said, wild places like these are not where you go to get away from it all, you go there to get back to it all, you get back to yourself.
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Ground out by glaciers over ice ages gone by, the lakes of the Southwest mountain ranges are unique features of Tasmania's wilderness areas. Accessing these places is extremely difficult and requires good physical fitness, preparation, and solid experience in multi day hiking. Walks in these regions commonly last 5 days or more. However, the effort that intrepid walkers endure is certainly rewarded if the conditions allow, as seen in views like these.
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2019 ➡️ The year of new adventures and new beginnings for me.
How have you started the year? Have you been waiting for things to come to you or are you out there chasing dreams?
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Storms over Tasmania's irreplaceable beauty
As the wilderness areas of Tasmania continue to burn I would like to continue to share some images of the places that are under threat. I have edited up about 30 images from my three days at Mount Anne, which currently has fire approaching from the northwest and the south. Even though 3 days does not sound like a long time the memories of have from that trip will last a lifetime. It was the hardest walk I've ever done through the most beautiful forest I've ever seen. A full album of these images can be viewed at or you can click the link in my bio. These will also be featured on my new account at @beautyoftasmania. If you love Tassie it would be awesome if you could follow my work over there too.
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Radiatus clouds + 22 degree halo + lighthouse = epic cloud spot!! ☁️🔎 This is Jesse anytime there’s a bit of high cloud in the sky! Always searching for that elusive Circumzenithal Arc! After years of craning both our necks we are yet to spot one. But it doesn’t really matter, every sky is different and rarely does it disappoint! Like this one, absolutely spectacular!! Today on Three Hummock Island, we have a clear, blue sky with excellent visibility and not a cloud in sight. Heat haze ripples disturbance on the horizon and the animals seem to swelter in the heat, or maybe that’s just Jesse! 😆 Total fire ban out there day today! .
Mainlander influx: Air Mofo has landed.
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Playing hide and go seek with the weedy sea dragons 🐉These little guys are fantastic at hiding amongst the sea weed, and we were very lucky to find them when we least expected it 🌿