The painted cliffs on Maria Island.. Maria Island is a National Park, separated from mainland Tasmania by Mercury Passage - easily crossed on a relaxing half-hour ferry ride. #tasmania #discovertasmania #mariaisland #paintedcliffs #nationalpark Image Credit: Cassandra Leigh
Beautiful Encampment Cove on Maria Island on Tasmania’s East Coast. Maria Island National Park is a short ferry ride from Triabunna, about an hours drive from Hobart. #discovertasmania #mariaisland #eastcoasttas #tasmania Image Credit: Sophia Serēnitās
Fresh oysters - there's nothing like them. As blogger Erin D. Scott says 'Bruny Island Oysters were perfect - firm, briny and tasting of sea - worthy of a trip half way across the globe.' #oysters #brunyisland #tasmania #discovertasmania
Discover Tasmania's Bruny Island - home to white wallabies, cheese, and the freshest oysters you will ever find. As Blogger Apples under my bed puts it 'Bruny Island is unpretentious, despite being abundantly wealthy in Australian wildlife and history and seafood'.