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    Six of the best: Charming Tasmanian townships. Traveller Magazine gives the goss on six small locations here. Did you know that Strahan sits on the shores of Macquarie Harbour - a whole six times larger than Sydney Harbour! Image credit: Dan Fellow and Tourism Tasmania's Visual Library.

    So many places say they have great waterfalls. Except #Tasmania really does! Completely gorgeous ... so much so that you can plan a holiday in Tassie based on finding them all. Seriously, people do! Image credit: @Paulmp

    A 60 Second compile from Tourism Tasmania's latest online campaign - 'Stories Told From The Inside Out' ... scratching the surface of all the things to discover here. Yes, that title frame is from one of the world's largest multi-maze complexes called Tasmazia & The Village Of Lower Crackpot. And no, we're not making that title up.

    Violet beams of the Aurora Australis and the bands of the Milky Way lighting up shores of Randalls Bay near #Hobart in #Tasmania Image credit: @nickorib #southernskies #nightskies #auroraaustralis

    With views which you did not know exist there is much to discover in #tasmania. Pulpit Rock on the River Derwent overlooking New Norfolk is a favourite little known discovery. The light and colour of our seasons make for ever-changing vistas. It's just half an hour from downtown #Hobart and yet a world away. Image credit: Veronica Youd via Tourism Tasmania's Visual Library. #hobartandbeyond #newnorfolk #derwentvaley #views #lookouts #discovertasmania

    26 Reasons You Wish You Were In TASMANIA Right Now!

    NZ Herald Travel lays out the case for taking your time to explore Tasmania. A 3-day stay 'can' do it, but you will only barely scratch the surface and have to decide East or West. In this case Andrew Drummond took the West Coast (down through Strahan) after seeing Stanley. Image credit: TT and Andrew McIntosh. #tasmania #3days #holidays #itineraries #shortbreaks

    Sometimes going offline/disconnecting is a wanted part of a holiday or break away. So. 5 places to visit in #Tasmania where you can’t post to #instagram (even if you wanted to!)| Article credit: Travel2Next. #discovertasmania #offline

    Go south west, go wild. Or any other direction - with 20 great day trips from #Hobart. Using the capital city as a base there is so much to see *out* of the city proper. This is a great list. This is also a great many days ... you will have to return to knock them all off. Image credit: Alice Hansen from TailoredTasmania

    The official welcoming party was as follows: One bucket of Pacific oysters. One southern rock lobster. Bert and Henry the stags, Rodney the rooster. Two Buff Sussex chickens. Six ISA Browns. Ten guinea fowl. One ram's skull hanging beside the front door. The black-faced sheep and the abalone and the sea urchin came later. Image credit: Stepanie Wood/Traveller #islandretreats #luxurytravel #hobart #brunyisland #hobartandbeyond

    Lonely Planet recognises #Tasmania with three locations in the 2015 ultimate #travelist: Cradle Mountain, Port Arthur and a huge accolade for #MONA ... Museum of Old and New Art, which stands tall in the top 20 of all experiences as well as being named the best modern art gallery in the World!

    Australia’s smallest state astounds with big zingers that will cause some double-takes. It’s not surprising. Tasmania has one of the world’s last accessible wilderness frontiers. One of the best things is it’s not difficult to get to this edge of the world.

    The thrills and fun things about #Tasmania are still very much alive. Read this great article by Travel2Next and get planning. Image credit: Rob Burnett Pictured - the mischief and amazement of Tasmazia in North West Tassie.

    Destination and tourism advocate Paul Fleming is based in Tasmania and he is the ideal person to generate a blog item titled "16 Incredible Places; on 1 Inspiring Island". It's easy to see the *same* images over and over but Paul always brings new interpretations and places for YOU to discover. Trowutta Arch. Image credit: Paul Fleming

    "How do you decide the best things to do on a little island so vast as Tasmania? Well, you go out there and explore it of course! For years I have been re-visiting and re-exploring Tasmania, now having finally compiled a list of the absolute best things to do in Tasmania. Before you go booking that plane ticket, remember that these are the best 50 Things to do in Tasmania, so you’ll need at least 1-2 weeks to explore!" Article and images Credit: Brooke Saward

    It’s easy to see why the list makers at Lonely Planet placed Tassie at number 4 on the list of top 10 regions to visit in 2015. There are so many places to choose, from the coast to the mountains, from islands to World Heritage sites. It’s not easy to pick our top four but we’ve given it a shot. So here is Travel2Next's four iconic places.

    Music is the soul of life and a place. Spotify has 'Geo Playlists' :: this is the curated collection from Hobart AU. Hope you like it. Great road trippin' tunage. We count about 6 hrs worth in this list. #spotify #tasmania #hobart #hobartmusic

    5 Best Tasmanian Hotels with water views. Do you have a list of best Motels? Or B&B's? Comment. Article credit: Travel2Next

    Whilst Tasmania is Australia’s smallest state, it packs a punch and has loads to offer. Article credit: YTravelBlog

    Visit Tasmania

    World's Best Awards 2015 | Travel + Leisure votes Tasmania Number ONE Island Australasia and South Pacific and 4th in the Top Ten Best Islands in the World. #tasmania #awards #accolades See more here -

    In addition to the Painted Cliffs on Maria Island, the surrounding sandstone reveals these beautiful patterns on the rocks and shore below. Millions of years of wave and tidal action reveal almost jewelry perfect swirls. #tasmaania #eastcoasttasmania #thingstosee Image Credit: Tasmanian Hikes

    There is no better way to prepare for or remember your journey to Tasmania than to follow the DiscoverTasmania Flipboard. Whether just on the web through a browser or from the Apps for Apple, Android and Windows phones, this is THE way to have a stream of memories and must-do's arrive on your device. #flipboard allows you to just flick or browse. Image Credit: Matt Glastonbury. The incredible South West Wilderness, a few minute's flight from downtown Hobart.

    Visitors to Tasmania shoot stills, upload to FB, Twitter, and Instagram - or in the case of Peter Amber do all three, plus record a most impressive video. Enjoy his skillful compress of a 10-Day Tasmanian journey. Credit: #tasmania #discovertasmania

    Typical of calm, cool autumn mornings Hobart's Tasman Bridge is often seen with a set of almost surreal reflections from the River Derwent below. It is not often photographed quite as well as this. A favourite subject day and night, the bridge connects the city to the Eastern Shore and has an unmistakable signature shape making this view instantly recognised as one from Australia's most southern capital city. Image Credit: Shaun Lennard.