Protected areas of Tasmania
Tasmania is the smallest state in Australia, and has many protected areas.As of 3 September 2012 there were 584 pieces of reserved land (private and public) managed under the National Parks and Reserv...
Bellerive, Tasmania
Bellerive is a suburb of the City of Clarence, part of the greater Hobart area, Tasmania, Australia. It stretches from Kangaroo Bay where it borders Rosny Park, around the curved shoreline of Belleriv...
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Moorilla Estate
Moorilla is a winery located in the suburb of Berriedale, 12 km north of the city centre of Hobart, Tasmania. It was established in 1958 by Italian-Australian former textile merchant Claudio Al...
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Devonport Oval
Devonport Oval is an Australian rules football, cricket and athletics stadium in Devonport, Tasmania. It is the home stadium for the Devonport Football Club in the Tasmanian State League (TSL) and for...
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Cape Sorell Lighthouse
Cape Sorell Lighthouse on Cape Sorell in Tasmania is on the Australian Heritage Register. It was inaugurated in 1899. The light characteristic is a group of two flashes that occurs every fifteen secon...
Southwest National Park
The Southwest National Park is a 6,182.67-square-kilometre (2,387.14 sq mi) national park located in the south-west of Tasmania, Australia. The park is Tasmania's largest and forms part of ...
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Arthurs Lake (Tasmania)
Arthurs Lakes is a Tasmanian combined lake that was created by Hydro Tasmania in the 1920s by damming the Upper Lake River, and Blue Lake and Sand Lake—as well as the Morass marsh. It is located in th...
Dip Falls
The Dip Falls, a cascade waterfall over cubic-basalt formed rocks on the Dip River, is located in the North West region of Tasmania, Australia.
The waterfall is situated in the Dip Range Regional ...
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Skiing in Tasmania
Skiing in Tasmania takes place in the high country of the state of Tasmania, Australia, during the Southern Hemisphere winter. Cross country skiing is possible within the Tasmanian Wilderness and two...
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Delaneys Falls
The Delaneys Falls, dually–named as the Preston Falls, a plunge waterfall on an unnamed watercourse, is located in the North West region of Tasmania, Australia.
The waterfall descends from the a r...
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Lake St Clair (Tasmania)
Lake St Clair is a lake in the Central Highlands area of Tasmania, Australia. It forms part of the Cradle Mountain-Lake St Clair National Park. It has an area of approx 45 km (17 sq mi), and a maximu...
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Cape Tourville
The Cape Tourville Lighthouse is an unmanned, automatic light, lighthouse built in 1971. The lighthouse replaced the Cape Forestier Lighthouse which had been situated on another jutting off the Freyc...
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Galley Museum
Galley Museum is a photographic and general museum in Driffield Street in Queenstown.One of two west coast Tasmania museums that house records and relics from the mining communities of the past, the m...
Cataract Gorge
The Cataract Gorge is a river gorge in Launceston, Tasmania, Australia, approximately 1.5km from the city centre. It is one of the region's premier tourist attractions. It is found at the lower sectio...
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MONA FOMA
MONA FOMA (an acronym for Museum of Old and New Art: Festival Of Music and Art, often further shortened to MOFO) is an annual festival based in Hobart, Tasmania, curated by Brian Ritchie bass player f...
Eastlands Shopping Centre
Eastlands is Tasmania's largest shopping centre, located on the eastern side of the Derwent River, situated in the shopping district of Rosny Park, within the greater area of Hobart, Tasmania, Austral...
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West Park Oval
West Park Oval is an Australian Rules football, cycling and athletics venue located on the shores of Bass Strait in Burnie, Tasmania.It is the current home of the Burnie Dockers in the Tasmanian State...
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Bay of Fires
The Bay of Fires (indigenous name: larapuna) is a bay on the northeastern coast of Tasmania in Australia, extending from Binalong Bay to Eddystone Point. The bay was given its name in 1773 by Captain ...
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Clifton Beach, Tasmania
Clifton Beach is a town located approximately 25 km southeast of Hobart on the South Arm Peninsula on the outskirts of Hobart, Tasmania, Australia. It is part of the City of Clarence, and is a p...
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