Travel

Giant Trees of Tasmania – Where to See Them and Why They’re Important

Did you know Tasmania has the world’s tallest and largest flowering plants?

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Travels in Tasmania: The West

An introduction to the island – up over the central mountains, down to the West Coats, and to the northwest coast – all in less than 30 minutes!

Special Arrangement

The Hunt for the Patagonian Nothofagus

There’s a Southern Beech Tree that lives even farther south…

Cara McGary

Visions of the Future

“Imagination is our window into the future.”

Special Arrangement

Tassie Bound – Across Bass Strait

A short film documenting crossing of the Bass Strait to arrive at King Island

Norm and Dawn

The Pillars at the Bottom of the World

Usually rocks and sea landscapes have been eroded to odd and mismatched shapes. What’s most striking about these bastions is how they protrude from the sea in almost perfect geometric shapes.

Stephanie Sykora

Alone in the Storm

“The day turns dark as the heavy cloud sets in. Only moments later the darkness turns a heavenly white. The mountain sings a loud song of sharp winds, and heavy snow.”

Tristan Stuart

Namesakes of Tasmanian Capes

Discover the history behind some of the island’s most spectacular points

J. Moore-Robinson

On the Trail of the Fijian Kauri

Chasing the forest giants of the Southern Hemisphere

Astrid Tiefholz-Devine

An Observer’s Guide to Rainbows

You can learn to identify, predict, and conjure rainbows. Here’s how….

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