• Swimming at Wineglass Bay, Tasmania

    Swimming at Wineglass Bay, Tasmania
    Wineglass Bay is hands down the most photographed place in Tasmania. The beach itself is 1.7 km long of pure, magical bliss. It is about a 2-hour drive from Hobart and Launceston. Despite the fact that the Tasmania weather can sometimes get unpredictable, it is still the second-driest part of Australia after South Australia. Oh, what joy! History Wineglass Bay is such a fancy...
  • Swimming at Bay Of Fires

    Swimming at Bay Of Fires
    The world-famous Bay of Fires covers over 50 kilometres of the Eastern Tasmanian coast. It is renowned for its astonishing population of orange lichen, which serves to paint the rocks of the otherwise white-sandy beaches in a warm, fiery hue. The Bay of Fires is known for the unique orange granite rocks which are found all along its white, sandy beaches. These mesmerizing features...
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