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Choose from 172 pictures in our Tasmania (TAS) collection for your Wall Art or Photo Gift. Popular choices include Framed Prints, Canvas Prints, Posters and Jigsaw Puzzles. All professionally made for quick delivery.


Featured Tasmania (TAS) Print

Beautiful bush setting of Port Arthur

Natural beauty belies the tragic history of Port Arthur penal site. Now a popular tourist destination and World Heritage site, it is one
of Australia's most significant heritage areas

© © wes_eggins@westnet.com.au

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Featured Tasmania (TAS) Print

Pandani over Lake Oberon, Tasmania, Australia

A classic view of Lake Oberon with Pandanus in the foreground. Western Arthur Range, Tasmania World Heritage Area, Southwest National Park, Tasmania, Australia

© 2009 Jeff Miller

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Featured Tasmania (TAS) Print

Lobster (Crayfish) trawler's in the Currie Harbour, King Island, Tasmania

The fishing industry based on king Island on the western side of Bass Strait, is vital to the Island's economy. Lobster (Crayfish) boats and Tasmanian King Crab boats arrive daily into Currie Harbour and the catch is quickly sorted and packed for shipment. Much of the succulent catch is flown packed in ice, directly to China, Japan and the mainland states of Australia

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