Some people say that Tasmania is a country located on the bottom of the Planet!Mhhh perhaps it’s true! Tasmania is a stunning Australian island 40 kilometers (150¬†miles) south of the eastern side of the continent, being separated from it by Bass Strait.
Almost 37% of Tasmania is reserves, National Parks and World Heritage Sites. This is an Eucalyptus forest in Ben Lomond National Park.
Island Outpost in Port Arthur, on the southern Tasman Peninsula.
A picture taken from the Bay Resort, one of the several stylish places to stay on the island with spectacular views of the Hazards and the Freycinet Peninsula.
Interesting architecture in Hobart (founded in 1804), the second-oldest city in Australia.
Typical roadside post boxes.
Iron Blow near Queenstown in western Tasmania.
A roadside view of unique flora in Tasmania’s Midlands.