The #ThreeCapesTrack on the @tasmanpeninsula is a must for nature lovers. The four day, three night, 46 km experience is an unforgettable cliff-hugging adventure, exploring the wild and rugged landscape of the Tasman National Park. This epic view of Cape Pillar is one of the many highlights. Thanks @patrickstnr for sharing your adventure with #HobartandBeyond . 👣
Ah, what a peaceful scene inside by the fountain at the Royal Tasmanian Botanical Gardens. When you're fully charged with zen, head back outside and unleash your inner menace rolling around in the autumn leaves. Thanks @anoddgirl for sharing this beautiful shot with #HobartandBeyond ! 🌿🍂
A beautiful, moody shot of the fascinating @portarthurtassie Historic Site on the @tasmanpeninsula. It's a fantastic time to take the family, with school holiday activities on from 14 to 22 April. The kids can make their own (temporary) convict tattoo, create a peg doll, discover the ancient art of letter writing, and make a copper love token. Thanks @justagirlandhernikon for sharing this lovely capture with #HobartandBeyond . 📷
@wanderlusting_around_tassie enjoyed a leisurely Sunday stroll around the #CascadeBrewery gardens recently. Autumn is a top time to visit, as the trees transform into vibrant bursts of colour. When a moody sky brings the drama, the best course of action is to head inside for a bevvy. Thanks for sharing this awesome shot with #HobartandBeyond ! 🍺
@tassieland pose the question "What's the size of your curiosity?" Well it would be difficult to measure but they are quite right in making the point that Mona won't let us measure it and that with each new exhibition and festival, our imagination and curiosity is again stirred. With a whole new wing to explore that (of course) includes a bar and restaurant, there's no reason not to visit again, and again, and again....
Weekends are for all sorts but if you can fit in a waterfall visit, why wouldn't you? As @_soph94 says, "Who doesn't love a waterfall?" and Hobart and Beyond have got plenty to pick from. This little beauty is O'Grady's Falls and you can find it part way up the Mt Wellington track. Put this on your winter waterfall bucket list as it's lower elevation means it gets a bit more sunshine and it's a nice easy trek.
Bags not driving with views like these on offer! This mountain range is known locally as Sleeping Beauty and you get some of the best views from the beautiful Huon Valley as evidenced by this lovely capture shared by @dognose.photos. Lucky Sleeping Beauty snoozing in that delicious sunshine! Of course winter isn't quite so pleasant for her as snow settles but it certainly makes for some brilliant photo opportunities for us!
What's your favourite mode of transport when gadding about? Window down, hair-flying, pedal to the metal🏎? Window seat, birds-eye fly ✈️? Campervan, caravan, I'll throw my swag out anywhere, the sky is my ceiling 🏕? @osbornehelitours shared this lesser spotted mode of transport that no doubt caused a bit of a double take 😳 ! This submarine was spotted bobbing around near Denmans Cove on the Tasman Peninsula. Perhaps they are heading off on the Three Capes Track as this is also the starting point for the incredible three night, four day walk. Not sure there is a 'parking' spot for this vessel though😀
Mid-week beach dreaming at gorgeous Adventure Bay on Bruny Island. Thanks for sharing @berwickhouseandstudio 😍
This capture of the Hobart waterfront looking oh so pretty in pink makes heading back to work a little easier. Thanks for sharing the lovely glow @katypotaty77 😍
We hope that your Easter weekend is feeling super looooong, super relaxing or super exciting... however you like it... and that somewhere on your horizon are PERFECT clouds just like these! @travel_and_tassie captured these beauties from the aptly named Lost World on kunanyi/Mt Wellington, one of the many tracks that that can be taken to reach these sort of views.
This wonderful little beach is known as Roaring Beach and it's located on the west side of the Tasman Peninsula about 8kms out of Nubeena. It's well known to surfers as it's the only surf beach on that side of the peninsula. Whilst a dangerous rip makes for extremely hazardous swimming, there is plenty to keep you entertained on land with cliff faces at the western end that feature a veritable kaleidoscopic of colour. It is also surrounded by sand dunes which makes for an excellent hike in to the beach, giving it a real sense of adventure and unveiling as the views of the water open up to you 😍. Thanks for sharing @theo_idstrom_
It's a long weekend and what better reason is there to get out and about and find yourself some treasure? May we suggest a magnificent waterfall for instance? This particular magnificent waterfall, Russell Falls (sorry all Russells but I just feel like this waterfall should have a more magnificent name tbh) can be viewed at Mt Field National Park, just a 90 minute drive from Hobart and then just a short, leg stretchy walk in to the park. Thanks for sharing the magnificence @jeon_landscapes👏
Oh dear me we do love these birds eye views and this one is no different. Well wait, actually it is a little different. This time we're on the eastern shore gazing up the Derwent River toward Mona and the north. In the lower right corner is our awesome sport ground, Blundstone Arena, which features views over the river (particularly handy if your team is having a bad day!). In the mid section the Tasman Bridge spans the river and then further on, if you squint really hard you might be able to spy the Cadbury factory, the Zinc Works and Mona. 👀🔭 Thanks for sharing the fresh perspective @on_the_skids👌