Freycinet National Park is known for its stunning beaches, and Hazards Beach is no exception! @tahitian recently took a walk in the park, capturing this beautiful stretch of white sand. Challenge yourself to the 11km Wineglass Bay & Hazards Beach Circuit with plenty of stops to kick back and relax on kilometres of quiet shores along the way. You might just have it all to yourself! Thanks for tagging #discovertasmania , Nina! 💙 ​ 2 weeks ago
It's tulip time in Tassie! Fields of pink, red, yellow and everything in between are now blanketing Table Cape Tulip Farm as this year's flowers spring into bloom. The farm is home to the largest tulip fields in the southern hemisphere, as well as some spectacular views out towards the Table Cape Lighthouse and the surrounding coastline. Spend an afternoon skipping through the colourful floral laneways and don't forget to bring your camera! 🌷📸🐝 Thanks for sharing this great shot, @tscharke ! 2 weeks ago
Good evening Hobart! Another luminous sunset sky over Tassie's capital city and @jniza.images was out and about the waterfront to capture it. As we head into spring and our days get longer, visitors and locals are spoiled for choice on how to spend their time in @hobartandbeyond. Nibbles in the sun, evening drinks by the water, or lazy afternoon walks exploring the city and surrounding wilderness... Take your pick and come join in the fun! 🌅😍 Thanks for tagging #discovertasmania ! 3 weeks ago
How alluring does Wineglass Bay look here? @arianne_el took this great shot on a scenic flight over Freycinet National Park, which is just a 2.5hr drive from Hobart. You can view Wineglass Bay from several vantage points - the air, the main lookout, the summit of Mt Amos, an a day cruise or even strolling along the white sand beach itself. Take your pick! 🙌 💦 👣 Thanks for tagging #discovertasmania , Arianne! 3 weeks ago
Taking in the stunning views of the Cradle Plateau and the Tasmanian Wilderness World Heritage Area with @beautyoftasmania. This majestic peak is Barn Bluff, one of the first landmarks you'll encounter on the Overland Track - a 6-day, 65 kilometre wilderness trek that takes you into the heart of @visitcradlecoast 's world-famous wilderness. Get those walking shoes ready! 🚶‍♀️ 📷 ⛰ Thanks for tagging #discovertasmania , Luke! 3 weeks ago
Standing between north and south Bruny Island with @x.yap. The Neck is a narrow isthmus where it might take 279 wooden steps to reach Truganini Lookout but there’s 360 degrees of view up there! Learn about the indigenous Nuenonne people who lived on Bruny before European settlement and keep an eye out for short-tailed shearwaters and little penguins who call The Neck home. Bruny Island is a short ferry ride from Kettering, a small village under an hour from @hobartandbeyond. Come for the walks, stay for the cheese, there’s plenty to fall in love with on Bruny. 🗺️👣🍃 Thank you for tagging #discovertasmania , Xen. 3 weeks ago
Daring to bathe among the Eucalypts with @letsgodare at Left of Field camping grounds. Taking a bath in the wilderness is invigorating but don’t take Rochelle’s word for it, hop in beside a roaring fire on the doorstep to Mount Field National Park. Just 90-minutes from @hobartandbeyond , the park is packed with great alpine walks. There’s no better place to plan tomorrow’s waterfall adventures than deep in this tub. 🍃🔥🛀 Thank you for tagging #discovertasmania , Rochelle and Wally. 3 weeks ago
Chase the Southern Lights and land on the Milky Way! @johnfieldingphotography may have missed the Aurora Australis atop kunanyi / Mount Wellington on this clear @hobartandbeyond night, but was well rewarded with the Milky Way. Just a 30-minute drive from central Hobart, this summit is popular among astro fans seeking uninterrupted views south, away from the city lights and noise. Oliver, thank you for getting out of bed at 3am to snap this great shot and for tagging #discovertasmania ! 🌌⛰️😍 3 weeks ago
Not every road has a known destination with @robmulally. Exploring Tassie’s Western Wilds is not about the journey’s end for Rob, but the beauty in between. This Derwent Bridge capture is just off the Lyell Highway between Hobart and Queenstown. A @visitcradlecoast road trip doesn’t require long hikes when wilderness is a short stroll away. Rob’s advice? Don’t hurry this route and the ‘in between’ will reveal its secrets. 🍃⛰️🗺️ Thank you for tagging #discovertasmania , Rob. 3 weeks ago
Driving through the dolerites with @studiodebrey !  The climb up Jacob’s Ladder to Ben Lomond is a thrill with dolerite spires rising roadside. It’s best not tackled in icy or snowy conditions without chains – taking the Shuffle Bus from the lower car park is a great option during the winter months. Up top, the @northerntasmania plateau is 1500 metres above sea level and popular with snow enthusiasts during cooler temps, even though there are no ski lifts. With a great range of day walks and a bounty of wildlife including Bennett’s wallabies and Common wombats, just be sure time doesn’t escape. Jacob’s Ladder is best descended in daylight. 🗺️⛰️🚗 Thank you for tagging #discovertasmania , Rebekah. 3 weeks ago
Golden hour from atop Mount Freycinet on Tassie's East Coast with @hamishlockett_ _!  Mount Freycinet is one of the peaks along the 31km Freycinet Circuit; a walk through coastal forests and along granite ridge-lines, offering incredible views out over the Hazards mountain range and Wineglass Bay. It's one of the peninsula's longer, more strenuous walks reserved for experienced bushwalkers. But as you can see, the views are well worth the effort! 😍 Thanks for tagging #discovertasmania , Hamish! 3 weeks ago
High on sunrise with @travellingonthompsontime atop Mount Amos on the Freycinet Peninsula. From this granite boulder, the Tasman Sea glows eastward and Wineglass Bay gently wakes down below. It takes around three-hours return to climb, with steep patches not suitable in wet conditions. Just 2.5 hours from Hobart and about 2 from Launceston, Freycinet Peninsula is one of @eastcoasttasmania ’s many jewels. The coast is dotted with vineyards, seaside stays, rich history and dawn views like this! 🌅👣🗺️ Thank you for rising for an early climb and tagging #discovertasmania , Denham and Annie. 3 weeks ago