Pumphouse Point Hotel in Tasmania’s Wilderness World Heritage Area. The hotel immerses its guests into a spectacular natural landscape. Accessible via a 900 feet-long jetty, the structure rises from Lake St Clair – Australia’s deepest lake. Originally a facility that housed water turbines for a hydro-electric system, the Art Deco-inspired building dates back to 1940. Cumulus Studio transformed the industrial space into a comfortable and modern hotel. Serene and wild at the same time, the…
Australia's natural beauty is unrivaled—from the Great Barrier Reef to the wild isolation of the Outback to the winelands of Victoria. Witnessing the majesty of Uluru should be on every traveler's bucket list, whether viewed from above by helicopter or at the base during the technicolor sunset. Another must-see? Tasmania. The island state's mountain wilderness and pristine coastline are truly unparalleled.
L'ornithorynque est un animal semi-aquatique à l'apparence étrange, faisant partie de la classe des mammifères bien qu'il ponde des œufs : c'est un mammifère ovipare, autrement dit un monotrème.
Wilf Batty posing with a thylacine, May 6 1930
Black Hooded Sun Orchid (Thelymitra atronitida) Tasmania
Moss Steps - Frenchmans Cap Track, Franklin-Gordon Wild Rivers NP Tasmania img by NomadTales
Convict Trail (DRIVE) From historic Richmond to the Tasman National Park, Eaglehawk Neck and Port Arthur Historic Site, this fascinating journey is rich in convict history and natural beauty. The Tasman Peninsula is a place of breathtaking seascapes, some of the tallest sea cliffs in the world, and wild ocean views. Duration: 1 - 3 days Leg Time / Distance Hobart to Richmond 25 min / 27 km Richmond to Port Arthur 1 hr 10 min / 83 km Port Arthur to Hobart 1hr 20 min / 95 km