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Our last adventure during our 10 day trip to Tasmania in April was exploring the Walls of Jerusalem National Park. This area was recommended by several people along our travels in Tasmania due to its spectacular labyrinth of alpine lakes and tarns, dolerite peaks, ancient but fragile forests of...

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Living in New Zealand where there are no native mammals (aside from bats), I was most looking forward to experiencing some of Tasmania’s unique wildlife. Marsupials, or pouched mammals, are most common and range from the famous Tasmania Devil to the now extinct Tasmania Tiger. While many of these mammals are at risk...

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Our first stop during our 10 day adventure in Tasmania was to explore Wineglass Bay in Freycinet National Park. Hailed as one of the top 10 beaches in the world, Wineglass Bay is known for its white sand and crystal clear blue waters. Surprisingly though, it didn’t get its name from its...

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The Tasman Peninsula, just south of Hobart in Tasmania is known for it’s rugged eastern coastline located within the beautiful Tasman National Park. Offering dramatic fluted sea cliffs, sea caves to explore, historic shipwrecks and playful wildlife, the day paddle with Roaring 40’s kayaking is touted as the most spectacular in Tasmania....

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Tasmania is one of those places you hear about, but rarely meet someone who has been there. It’s the more modest side of Australia that often gets overlooked, and seems to have more in common with New Zealand than the mainland. We first learned of it’s beautiful walks, stunning beaches...

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