15 Photos to Inspire you to Visit Tasmania

A bronze stature of the dog line at Eaglehawk Neck

I have wanted to visit Tasmania for a really, really long time. I follow Tasmania on Instagram and have fallen in love with the un-touched scenery. Instagram just made Tasmania seem like every outdoor lovers dream. So when I got the opportunity to visit a friend in Hobart for a week I jumped at the chance. But the question remained, would the real thing stack up to Instagram?

Well…

…yes. 

 

A cow skull wearing a flower crown and the The Burning Man at the Huon Valley Mid-Winter Festival

 

Making snowballs in the snow on Mt Wellington

 

A bronze stature of the dog line at Eaglehawk Neck

 

The Burning Man at the Huon Valley Mid-Winter Festival

 

Looking down at the penitentiary

 

Emma standing in front of some graffiti art on the MONA Ferry

 

An image of the cost of Tasmania

 

Chasing Emma looking and pointing at Cradle Mountain

 

Emma pretending to be scared of a statue of a dog at Eaglehawk Line

 

Standing in the middle of the Port Arthur Church

 

A board walk at the start of the Dove Lake Walk

 

Walking through hanging bars of lights

 

Chasing Emma hugging a tree on the Dove Lake walk

 

A boat cabin on the edge of Dove Lake

 

Point Puer Boys Prison surrounded by ominous grey clouds and deep water

 

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4 Comments on “15 Photos to Inspire you to Visit Tasmania

  1. Pingback: Visiting MONA in Tasmania – Chasing Emma

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