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If you can think of a better way to start your day, we'd like to hear it. @beautyoftasmania spent dawn hours under colourful spring skies at this iconic Tassie spot on the Three Capes Track in @hobartandbeyond. With the roar of wild seas, a salty breeze singing in your ears, and start of day contemplation as you sit on the cliffs of Cape Pillar, it's not hard to see why it's a favourite with those taking on the multi-day walking adventure. πŸ—ΊοΈπŸ‘£πŸŒ… Thanks for tagging #discovertasmania, Luke!
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If you can think of a better way to start your day, we'd like to hear it. @beautyoftasmania spent dawn hours under colourful spring skies at this iconic Tassie spot on the Three Capes Track in @hobartandbeyond. With the roar of wild seas, a salty breeze singing in your ears, and start of day contemplation as you sit on the cliffs of Cape Pillar, it's not hard to see why it's a favourite with those taking on the multi-day walking adventure. πŸ—ΊοΈπŸ‘£πŸŒ… Thanks for tagging #discovertasmania, Luke!

20 hours ago
Planning a day of adventure with ​@jeon_landscapes from the Bruny Island Neck lookout, with views out onto Adventure Bay and beyond. The bay has long been a refuge for some of the world's most intrepid explorers, with Abel Tasman, the first European in the region, sailing its shore in 1642 and Captain Tobias Furneaux in 1773, later naming the bay after his ship, the Adventure. Captains James Cook and William Bligh also took in these views after their own voyages through the wild waters of the Tasman Sea. Today, adventure here looks a bit less demanding for visitors, with your pick of leisurely day-walks, plenty of taste-testing and, of course, the climb of the lookout's 238 stairs. πŸ˜πŸ§€β˜€οΈ
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Planning a day of adventure with ​@jeon_landscapes from the Bruny Island Neck lookout, with views out onto Adventure Bay and beyond. The bay has long been a refuge for some of the world's most intrepid explorers, with Abel Tasman, the first European in the region, sailing its shore in 1642 and Captain Tobias Furneaux in 1773, later naming the bay after his ship, the Adventure. Captains James Cook and William Bligh also took in these views after their own voyages through the wild waters of the Tasman Sea. Today, adventure here looks a bit less demanding for visitors, with your pick of leisurely day-walks, plenty of taste-testing and, of course, the climb of the lookout's 238 stairs. πŸ˜πŸ§€β˜€οΈ

Yesterday
Enjoying the calm before the storm with @loicleguilly on @eastcoasttasmania's Bay of Fires. At this time of year, the hidden coves and white-sand beaches along this coastline north of the township of St Helens are a favourite with locals and visitors alike. Day-trippers, campers, or those looking to spend a few days in a local 'shack' will find themselves instantly unwinding as they stroll the beaches and gaze across the clear waters. Yes please! β˜οΈπŸ’™πŸŒˆ Thanks for tagging #discovertasmania, Loic!
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Enjoying the calm before the storm with @loicleguilly on @eastcoasttasmania's Bay of Fires. At this time of year, the hidden coves and white-sand beaches along this coastline north of the township of St Helens are a favourite with locals and visitors alike. Day-trippers, campers, or those looking to spend a few days in a local 'shack' will find themselves instantly unwinding as they stroll the beaches and gaze across the clear waters. Yes please! β˜οΈπŸ’™πŸŒˆ Thanks for tagging #discovertasmania, Loic!

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Yesterday
A serene start to the day is reflected in the pools of the Tessellated Pavement, captured here by @chrissy.chen. A geological oddity formed by thousands of years of tidal erosion, the Tessellated Pavement is one of a number of natural attractions on the Tasman Peninsula. Located 90 minutes south-east of @hobartandbeyond, the 'Tasman' is the perfect location for a leisurely day trip. Better still, spend a few days and explore! πŸš—πŸŒ…
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A serene start to the day is reflected in the pools of the Tessellated Pavement, captured here by @chrissy.chen. A geological oddity formed by thousands of years of tidal erosion, the Tessellated Pavement is one of a number of natural attractions on the Tasman Peninsula. Located 90 minutes south-east of @hobartandbeyond, the 'Tasman' is the perfect location for a leisurely day trip. Better still, spend a few days and explore! πŸš—πŸŒ…

2 days ago
Colourful Aurora-lit skies dance over the cliffs of Courts Island - an island, off an island, off an island! This wild spot, captured here by @beautyoftasmania, is located on the south-western tip of South Bruny Island, in Tassie's south-east. At low tide, a narrow, rocky pathway emerges from the waters to connect Courts Island's shores to those of South Bruny - a view you can enjoy from the surrounds of the Cape Bruny Lighthouse. πŸŒŒπŸ—ΊπŸ’« Thanks for tagging #discovertasmania, Luke!
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Colourful Aurora-lit skies dance over the cliffs of Courts Island - an island, off an island, off an island! This wild spot, captured here by @beautyoftasmania, is located on the south-western tip of South Bruny Island, in Tassie's south-east. At low tide, a narrow, rocky pathway emerges from the waters to connect Courts Island's shores to those of South Bruny - a view you can enjoy from the surrounds of the Cape Bruny Lighthouse. πŸŒŒπŸ—ΊπŸ’« Thanks for tagging #discovertasmania, Luke!

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2 days ago
Cradle Mountain Lodge basking in alpine glow of sunrise with @katypotaty77. This wilderness getaway sits on the fringe of World Heritage Wilderness, the closest lodging to Cradle Mountain-Lake St Clair National Park. Built back in the late 60s, these days it’s known for indulgent spa treatments, fireside dining and outdoor hot tubs. After a day out in the wilds it’s one of several inviting @visitcradlecoast accommodation picks. β›°οΈβ„οΈπŸ‘£ Thanks for tagging #discovertasmania, Katy.
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Cradle Mountain Lodge basking in alpine glow of sunrise with @katypotaty77. This wilderness getaway sits on the fringe of World Heritage Wilderness, the closest lodging to Cradle Mountain-Lake St Clair National Park. Built back in the late 60s, these days it’s known for indulgent spa treatments, fireside dining and outdoor hot tubs. After a day out in the wilds it’s one of several inviting @visitcradlecoast accommodation picks. β›°οΈβ„οΈπŸ‘£ Thanks for tagging #discovertasmania, Katy.

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3 days ago
Put your hands up if you're going to be skipping through the tulips at this weekend's Bloomin Tulip Festival! @capturedthisaustralia snapped this colourful shot last week while exploring the vibrant laneways of the Table Cape Tulip Farm. This weekend, the town of Wynyard celebrates the flush of spring colour with markets, a colour run, and of course, lots and lots of tulips! Get those cameras ready! πŸ’œπŸŒ·πŸ™Œ Thanks for tagging #discovertasmania, John!
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Put your hands up if you're going to be skipping through the tulips at this weekend's Bloomin Tulip Festival! @capturedthisaustralia snapped this colourful shot last week while exploring the vibrant laneways of the Table Cape Tulip Farm. This weekend, the town of Wynyard celebrates the flush of spring colour with markets, a colour run, and of course, lots and lots of tulips! Get those cameras ready! πŸ’œπŸŒ·πŸ™Œ Thanks for tagging #discovertasmania, John!

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3 days ago
"Goodnight from Maria Island!" @hamishlockett_ got a warm Maria Island send off from these adorable locals after a day of @eastcoasttasmania adventures. On Maria the Common Wombat is very common indeed! The island national park is a Noah’s Ark of sorts for wildlife including Tasmanian devils, wallabies, Forester kangaroos, wombats and Cape Barren geese. Just a short ferry commute from Triabunna, the accessible island is best explored on foot or bike.  A convict past, sweeping bays and those wombats await… but be sure to keep your distance. No one likes a crabby bub! πŸΎπŸ˜πŸƒ Thank you for tagging #discovertasmania, Hamish!
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"Goodnight from Maria Island!" @hamishlockett_ got a warm Maria Island send off from these adorable locals after a day of @eastcoasttasmania adventures. On Maria the Common Wombat is very common indeed! The island national park is a Noah’s Ark of sorts for wildlife including Tasmanian devils, wallabies, Forester kangaroos, wombats and Cape Barren geese. Just a short ferry commute from Triabunna, the accessible island is best explored on foot or bike. A convict past, sweeping bays and those wombats await… but be sure to keep your distance. No one likes a crabby bub! πŸΎπŸ˜πŸƒ Thank you for tagging #discovertasmania, Hamish!

4 days ago
Inspirational aerial vision of Pumphouse Point's unique over-lake location thanks to @robmulally. Located on Lake St Clair and within the Tasmanian Wilderness World Heritage Area, this award-winning boutique accommodation 2 hours' drive from @hobartandbeyond offers guests the opportunity to immerse themselves in Tassie's legendary wilderness. You have just found the ultimate water-bed! πŸ™Œ πŸ›Œ 🌿 Thanks for tagging #discovertasmania, Rob!
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Inspirational aerial vision of Pumphouse Point's unique over-lake location thanks to @robmulally. Located on Lake St Clair and within the Tasmanian Wilderness World Heritage Area, this award-winning boutique accommodation 2 hours' drive from @hobartandbeyond offers guests the opportunity to immerse themselves in Tassie's legendary wilderness. You have just found the ultimate water-bed! πŸ™Œ πŸ›Œ 🌿 Thanks for tagging #discovertasmania, Rob!

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4 days ago
​There is no better perspective to appreciate the mountainous Freycinet Peninsula than from the air. @mattraimondo had the perfect window seat to capture first rays of the day warming the white sand crescent of Wineglass Bay on Tassie’s @eastcoasttasmania. The pink granite mountain range, known as β€œThe Hazards” rival the beaches for your attention. Whilst they are just over 450 meters high their abrupt rise from sea level gives them a sense of towering over the surrounding coastline. ⛰️ πŸ›©οΈ πŸ–οΈ Thanks for taking to the air and tagging #discovertasmania, Matt.
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​There is no better perspective to appreciate the mountainous Freycinet Peninsula than from the air. @mattraimondo had the perfect window seat to capture first rays of the day warming the white sand crescent of Wineglass Bay on Tassie’s @eastcoasttasmania. The pink granite mountain range, known as β€œThe Hazards” rival the beaches for your attention. Whilst they are just over 450 meters high their abrupt rise from sea level gives them a sense of towering over the surrounding coastline. ⛰️ πŸ›©οΈ πŸ–οΈ Thanks for taking to the air and tagging #discovertasmania, Matt.

5 days ago
​Come on in, have we got a story for you! @katypotaty77 snapped this stunning start to the day while strolling the wharf around the award-winning MACq 01 storytelling hotel. Hobart's historic waterfront has been home to thousands of captivating stories and remarkable characters over the years, making it the ideal spot for the world's first storytelling hotel. Located on Hunter Street on the old Hunter Island - one of the earliest sites of European settlement in Tasmania - the hotel and surrounding waterfront are the perfect place to start your own Tassie story! πŸ₯ƒβ›΅πŸ“œ Thanks for tagging #discovertasmania, Katy!
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​Come on in, have we got a story for you! @katypotaty77 snapped this stunning start to the day while strolling the wharf around the award-winning MACq 01 storytelling hotel. Hobart's historic waterfront has been home to thousands of captivating stories and remarkable characters over the years, making it the ideal spot for the world's first storytelling hotel. Located on Hunter Street on the old Hunter Island - one of the earliest sites of European settlement in Tasmania - the hotel and surrounding waterfront are the perfect place to start your own Tassie story! πŸ₯ƒβ›΅πŸ“œ Thanks for tagging #discovertasmania, Katy!

5 days ago
​Celebrating a moment of wilderness-induced euphoria with @lochie.bevis. Way down below are the tannin-stained waters of Dove Lake, and looming large on the horizon the impressive twin peaks of Cradle Mountain. There are plenty of locations around the network of local tracks that offer memorable views of this breathtaking landscape. So find yours - and celebrate! πŸ•Ί πŸ˜† β›° Thanks for tagging #discovertasmania, Lochie!
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​Celebrating a moment of wilderness-induced euphoria with @lochie.bevis. Way down below are the tannin-stained waters of Dove Lake, and looming large on the horizon the impressive twin peaks of Cradle Mountain. There are plenty of locations around the network of local tracks that offer memorable views of this breathtaking landscape. So find yours - and celebrate! πŸ•Ί πŸ˜† β›° Thanks for tagging #discovertasmania, Lochie!

6 days ago
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