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The Mersey River, originally the divide between two early settlements, Torquay and Formby (now Devonport). Article by Len Langan and photo by Dan Fellow for www.think-tasmania.com

I have a thing for lighthouses. I also have a thing for beautiful pictures. I'm guessing neither of these "things" makes me very unique.

Ross Bridge Tasmania | Flickr - Photo Sharing!

Ross Bridge Tasmania | Flickr - Photo Sharing!

Heritage Highway, Ross Bridge and church

Heritage Highway, Ross Bridge and church

Blog Tasmania i-Drive - Tour Tasmania with Tasmania i-Drive

Private and customised tours around Tasmania, photos of Tasmania, touring Tasmania

tasmania's photo on Instagram Kings Bridge Gorge Cottage in Launceston - Tasmania. Built in the 1890's as the original gate-keepers cottage for the Cataract Gorge Reserve

Kings Bridge Gorge Cottage in Launceston. The cottage was built in the as the original gate-keeper’s cottage for the Cataract Gorge Reserve, and now houses an artists in residence program.

Plenty. Redlands Estate. Tasmania

Plenty. Redlands Estate. Tasmania

Gormanston, Tasmania

Ghost Towns of Tasmania - Gormanston

Roughly five minutes drive from Queenstown in western Tasmania, the once ghost town of Gormanston is a surprisingly wonderful place to explore.

Wall in the Wilderness, Tasmania

The Wall in the Wilderness - Greg Duncan is creating a 100 metre sculpture near Derwent Bridge in Tassie

Salamanca Market Hobart -

Take a walk through the Salamanca Markets and you will enjoy the sights and sounds of the bustling market in Hobart.

Raspberry, Tasmania, Raspberries

Richmond, Tasmania- Austrailia's oldest bridge... Such bitter sweet history I saw in this village

I loved visiting Richmond, Tasmania and here is a photo I took of Richmond Bridge which was built in 1823 under harsh conditions using convict labour. Photo by Monica Thomas.

Devonport: Spirit of Tasmania passenger ferry arriving from Melbourne, Victoria. Article by Len Langan and photo by Dan Fellow for www.think-tasmania.com

Travellers arriving at Devonport are instantly impressed by the cared for appearance of this gateway to Tasmania.

all the beauty things...

Travel Fashion & Style Features - A Woman Wearing a Light Sexy Summer Dress and Large Sun Hat atTasmania Bridestowe Estate Lavender Farm .

Festival of Voices Tasmania. June - July 2016

Tasmania is firing up this winter with dark arts, wicked treats, festivals and waterfront feasts.

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