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Tasmania Collection

Discover the untamed beauty of Tasmania, where history and nature intertwine seamlessly

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Tasmania Collection: Tasmanian Tiger or Thylacine
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Tasmania Collection: Dove Lake and Cradle Mountain
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Tasmania Collection: Map of Australia
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Tasmania Collection: Antique Map of Tasmania
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Tasmania Collection: Antique map of Tasmania
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Tasmania Collection: Maps / Australia / New Zea
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Tasmania Collection: The Neck of Bruny Island, South Eastern Coast of Tasmania, Australia
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Tasmania Collection: Lobster pots stacked on the Strahan wharf, west coastline of Tasmania
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Tasmania Collection: Poster advertising Shaw Savill & Albion Line
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Tasmania Collection: Bay of Fires in Tasmania
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Tasmania Collection: Van Diemens Island, or Tasmania 1851
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Tasmania Collection: Baby wombat with the mother at Maria Island
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Tasmania Collection: Last light on Mount Wellington, Hobart Tasmania
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Tasmania Collection: Reflections in a small coastal lagoon at Adventure bay, South Bruny Island, Tasmania
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Tasmania Collection: Cradle Mountain Tasmania
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Tasmania Collection: Sunset at Cradle Mountain
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Tasmania Collection: Russell falls mount field nationala park Tasmania
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Tasmania Collection: Dawn light at the Hobart waterfront, southern Tasmania
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Tasmania Collection: Stargazing
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Tasmania Collection: Truganini, last surviving female Tasmanian Aboiginal
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Tasmania Collection: Weedy seadragon (Phyllopteryx taeniolatus) male carries eggs through a kelp forest
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Tasmania Collection: Dark Mofo Winter Solstice Swim Hobart
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Tasmania Collection: Wombat at Maria island, Tasmania
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Tasmania Collection: Stormy weather, King Island, Bass Strait, Tasmania, Australia
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Tasmania Collection: Coles Bay in Freycinet National Park, East coast of Tasmania
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Tasmania Collection: Tasmanian Pademelon - female adult and weaned young in lush temperate rainforest
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Tasmania Collection: Dark Mofo Winter Solstice Swim Hobart
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Tasmania Collection: Dead Trees in the highland region of the Tasmanian central plateau
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Tasmania Collection: The old pier at Lillies beach on Flinders Island, Bass Strait, Tasmania, Australia
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Tasmania Collection: Australian wombat
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Tasmania Collection: Malacosteus niger, stoplight loosejaw
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Tasmania Collection: Australia, satellite image
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Tasmania Collection: Russell Falls - stunning waterfall amidst lush temperate rainforest
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Tasmania Collection: Ben Lomond, Ben Lomond National Park, Tasmania, Australia, Pacific
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Tasmania Collection: Antique Map of Australia
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Tasmania Collection: A rural gravel road on south Bruny Island, Southern Tasmania
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Tasmania Collection: Sandy Bay, Hobart, Tasmania, Australia, Pacific
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Tasmania Collection: Dark Mofo Winter Solstice Swim Hobart
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Tasmania Collection: Cradle Mountain and Dove Lake, Cradle Mountain-Lake St. Clair National Park
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Tasmania Collection: Twisted Lakes and Little Horn, Cradle Mountain-Lake St. Clair National Park
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Tasmania Collection: Duck-billed Platypus Adult male, South Esk River area, North East Tasmania, Australia
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Tasmania Collection: Wineglass Bay, Tasmania, Australia, Pacific
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Tasmania Collection: Australia, Tasmania
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Tasmania Collection: Map of Australia and New Zealand (coloured engraving)
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Tasmania Collection: Tasman Bridge, River Derwent, Hobart, Tasmania, Australia, Pacific
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Tasmania Collection: Wineglass Bay - beautiful, turquoise coloured Wineglass Bay and surrounding mountains seen
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Tasmania Collection: Tasmania Australia Cradle Mountain & Lake Dove. Cradle Mountain & Lake St Clair National Park
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Tasmania Collection: Hobart Town, Van Diemens Land (early 19th century engraving)


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Discover the untamed beauty of Tasmania, where history and nature intertwine seamlessly. 🌿🗺️ Unveil the mysteries of this captivating island as you embark on a journey through time. Transport yourself to an era long gone with the sight of an antique map of Tasmania, tracing its contours and marveling at its unique shape. Let your imagination wander as you explore every nook and cranny, from the rugged coastlines to the dense rainforests. Immerse yourself in tales of wonder as you encounter remnants of a bygone era, such as the elusive Tasmanian Tiger or Thylacine. This enigmatic creature once roamed freely across these lands, leaving behind whispers that still echo through time. Its presence is immortalized in stories and folklore, forever etched into Tasmania's identity. As you venture further into this enchanting realm, let your eyes feast upon breathtaking landscapes that will leave you spellbound. Stand atop The Neck of Bruny Island on the southeastern coast and gaze out over azure waters merging with golden sands—a sight that epitomizes tranquility. Explore beyond Tasmania's shores with a glance at maps showcasing Australia and New Zealand—reminders that this island is part of a vast continent brimming with wonders yet to be discovered. Witness daily life unfold before your eyes at Strahan wharf on Tasmania's west coastline—the lobster pots stacked high tell tales of hardworking fishermen who rely on these bountiful waters for their livelihoods. Travel back in time to 1851 when Van Diemens Island was renamed Tasmania—an important milestone marking its transformation into what we know today. Feel connected to those who came before us as you trace their footsteps through history. Nature enthusiasts will find solace amidst untouched beauty: behold Bay of Fires' fiery orange-hued rocks contrasting against pristine white sands—a visual masterpiece crafted by Mother Nature herself.