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A Devil of a Time in Tasmania

Hobart, the harbor capital of Tasmania, rests at the foot of Mount Wellington and is the smallest and most historic state capital in the country.

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    Loving the colours in this shot. Who knew a photo looking over houses to the water could look so pretty?

Launceston - Tasmania’s second largest town - has one of the highest per-capita densities of bike shops in Australia.

In Tasmania you won't run away from your problems, you'll bike.

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Ben Lomond National Park in Tasmania - Wildflowers abound in summer, and despite the stony plateaus there are also dense forests and moorlands that make most of us think of, say, Scotland.

Reflections on Gordon River in Tasmania. Photo courtesy of Dr. Martin Oretsky.

Narawntapu National Park in Tasmania. Photo courtesy of Dr. Martin Oretsky.

Nature at work in Tasmania. Photo courtesy of Dr. Kathryn Starkey and Molly Evans.

The instantly recognisable wharf area of Strahan on Tassie's West Coast. From here cruises depart for Macquarie Harbour, Sarah Island and the unforgettable Gordon River.

Just another day in Tassie walking along the Bay of Fires. Photo courtesy of Jo Unger, wife of Dr. Isadore Unger.

A double-take of some beautiful architecture in Tasmania. Photo courtesy of Dr. Kathryn Starkey and Molly Evans.

Looming clouds in Hobart, Tasmania. Photo courtesy of Dr. Raymond Lewandowski III.