Want to know what Tasmania is really like? This site has photo galleries on 259 different places in Tasmania with 3501 photos. It is the largest photographic site in Tasmania and, best of all, it has been made by people, who have actually been to these places. It will show you what to SEE, how to get THERE, where to STAY and what to DO!
Click on the left column to go to a particular place. If you just want to view photo galleries, click on the QUICK TOUR icon just below.
The photos just below are links to lists of photo galleries on places with special NATURAL, HERITAGE, ANIMALS and BEACH assets.
Click on the below icons to go straight to that region to learn about its attractions. Alternatively, you can go straight to a particular, named, place page.
BEACONSFIELD, BEAUTY POINT, EXETER, GEORGE TOWN, GREENS BEACH, GRINDELWALD, LAUNCESTON City, LAUNCESTON - Cataract Gorge, LAUNCESTON - Trevallyn, LILYDALE FALLS, Mount ARTHUR, Mount BARROW, NARAWNTAPU National Park, TAMAR ISLAND, TASMANIA ZOO, WEYMOUTH
ARTHUR RIVER, BURNIE, DEVILS GULLET, DEVONPORT, KING ISLAND, LATROBE, LEVEN CANYON, Mount ROLAND, ROCKY CAPE, SHEFFIELD, SMITHTON, STANLEY, the TARKINE DRIVE, ULVERSTONE, WARATAH, WYNYARD - TABLE CAPE
Tasmania is the large island south of Australia. It is 68,000 square kilometres and about 300 kilometres long. It has a European climate and is 70% forest covered. In Tasmania you can see the natural wonders and the convict heritage of Australia, like in no other place. This is why over 200,000 tourists visit it every year.
On the left of each page is a blue index column of all the places in Tasmania that I have visited and photographed. Click it to go to a particular place. The top menu bar takes you to the following pages:
HOME is where you are now.
START tells you important things you need to know.
DRIVING tells you about the roads in Tasmania.
INTERESTS takes you to sub menu pages on the NATURAL wonders, the HERITAGE sites and where you can see the unique ANIMALS of Tasmania. In the EVENTS CALENDAR, you can read about the major festivals and weekend markets.
REGIONS on the top menu bar takes you to the submenus of the eleven different regions, where the attractions are. Each region has a green road map of the area, plus a number of place pages. Click on the name on the road map to go straight to that place's photo gallery and information page. These photo information pages tell you what you can see. At the bottom of each page is a photo gallery. You do need to learn some important things about Tasmania before you visit, so start by seeing my pages called START and DRIVING.