“In the relatively small compass of this beautiful isle, I found all the diversified charms of many lands.” –Frank Hurley, 1947
We love Tasmania!
…and rainbows and echidnas and giant gum trees and electric trams and ancient pines and granite domes and dolerite pillars and glowworms and ginger beer and buttongrass and devils and aurora and glacial carvings and brachiopod fossils and sea cavesand muddy boots and sea kayaks and strong whiskey and burrowing crayfish and mountain treks and sandstone bricks and vertical caves and stagecoach inns and rufous pademelons…
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Because we know you love Tasmania too!
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Tasmanian Geographic is the result of a great amount of time and effort. We provide a free publication that shares the wonder and magic of the island and beyond. We’ve worked with experts and enthusiasts to share their passion the world we live in.
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