The Australian island of Tasmania varies geographically from old-growth forests and grasslands to mountains and volcanic lakes, supporting unparalleled biodiversity, with many flora and fauna species unique to the island. Tasmania’s rugged wilderness offers ample opportunities for hiking, bushwalking, kayaking, swimming and scuba. Hobart is Australia's second-oldest city, where historic buildings and districts stretch along the Derwent River. A burgeoning art and restaurant scene are complemented by fresh local seafood and established wineries.
- Tasmanian Devil (Trowunna Wildlife Park): Tourism Tasmania & Trowunna Wildlife Park
- Lady Nelson: Tourism Tasmania & Kathryn Leahy
- Hobart Waterfront: Tourism Tasmania & Tony Crehan
- Baby Taz (Tasmanian devil - Tasmanian Devil Sanctuary): Tourism Tasmania & Devils @ Cradle
- Other photos: flickr (see link for credits)
- Polariods with CSS by Zurb