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Most viewed - East Tasmania
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Cliffs and Cliffs13 viewsIt's a long way to the forest below. And a long way again to the ocean below that.
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Precarious Rocks12 viewsWhen these fall, it will make a lot of noise below, that much is certain.
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Me and the Columns12 viewsHere we are, together at last!
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Port Arthur11 viewsProbably one of the most famous, or rather infamous, landmarks in Tasmania, it's one of the first convict prisons.
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Cape Raoul11 viewsThe southernmost point on the Tasman peninsula.
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Sharp Drop11 viewsDon't lean forward too far!
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Big Pipe Organ10 viewsThese columns were made by lava shooting up underground but not reaching the surface. The sedimentary rock that stopped it has long since eroded.
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It Goes On10 viewsIf only the weather had been better, this would be gorgeous.
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Seal the Deal10 viewsYou'll have to zoom in, but there are a LOT of seals whitening the rock.
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Descending Columns10 viewsIt looks like a level you'd find on Super Mario.
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Soccer Field?10 viewsApparently this all-natural clearing is the result of water pooling.
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Tasman Peninsula Hike9 viewsOur group walks through the forest towards Cape Raoul.
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Straight Down9 viewsHow do you like my new shoes?
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Looming Cliffs Ahead9 viewsWe're already pretty high up, but we'd be scrambling up here soon, too.
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Three Lands9 viewsIn the foreground, rocky morraine, then alkali flats, and then forest.
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Building Blocks9 viewsIt almost looks like man-made boulders.
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Lunch Time9 viewsA pretty dramatic spot for lunch.
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It's the Sun9 viewsThe weather improved markedly as we ate our lunch.
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Inchman8 viewsTake a look at the jaws on this ant! To give you a sense of scale, it's about an inch long, hence the name.
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Tree Cave8 viewsIf I didn't mention it, this tree could easily shelter a family of four.
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