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The Oldest Rainforest in the World

By at April 27, 2016 | 3:27 pm | 0 Comment

  There are places where trails fade away through cool misty rainforest. They lead through lush undergrowth and soaring canopies. Glimpses of wildlife and all manner of birds can be seen and heard through the trees, echoing loudly over the faint but constant buzz of life. Hidden waterfalls and dramatic lookouts await those who tread these paths. Tasmania

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The Three Capes Track

By at November 11, 2015 | 1:33 pm | 0 Comment

Experience a walking track at the very edge of the world. The stunning Three Capes Track showcases the magnificence and drama of nature. Climb atop towering cliffs, navigate raw shorelines and open your senses to the forces and beauty of the East Tasmanian coast. Explore 46 kilometres of tracks graded from easy to moderate that take you through some of the most

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Lake Barrington

By at October 20, 2015 | 10:14 am | 0 Comment

Lake Barrington, located just 40 kilometres south of Devonport in the Forth Valley is a man-made Hydro dam. That’s around a 45 minute drive from Devonport. It’s perhaps best known for its 2000 metre, eight-lane international standard rowing course that’s used for rowing, canoeing and water skiing competitions. Hugging the lake’s shore is a Barrington

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