It’s time to get our feet wet.
In this eighth issue of Tasmanian Geographic we’ll discover some of the wonders of the liquid element.
The Australian Fur Seals are smart, fast, and very curious. We’ll dive into the salt water with scuba gear and have an encounter with these playful animals in the kelp forests of Tassie’s Northeast.
Did you know that there is a river buried underneath the capital city? If you walk across the Elizabeth Street Mall, you are actually walking on a bridge across the city’s original source of water. We’re greatly honoured to publish an innovative and award-winning design project from the University of Minnesota, in which we imagine a Hobart city centre revitalised by the daylighting of the Rivulet.
We’ll follow a geomorphologist and trekker onto the muddy trails of the far Southwest of Tassie and learn about the dangerous thoughts that wilderness can provoke. Along the way, we’re introduced to the rocks and plants of this internationally renowned region.
And to round it off, we’re testing a new technology here at Tasmanian Geographic. You can experience a photographic expedition to the Esperance River by viewing a photo sphere- once you load the page you can use your mouse or touchscreen to look in all directions. Let us know how you go!
All the best!
— The Editor
The Editor of Tasmanian Geographic is a shadowy and mysterious figure who is often found deep underground, in the treetop branches, on coastal beaches, or high in the mountains.
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