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Abbotsbury Beach at southern end of the ‘Bay of Fires' walk Featured Tasmanian Wilderness Print

Abbotsbury Beach at southern end of the ‘Bay of Fires' walk

Abbotsbury Beach at southern end of the ?Bay of Fires' walk, with foam and silt on beach as result of severe floods in northeastern Tasmania discharging fresh water into the sea. Bay of Fires, northeastern Tasmania, Australia

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Cirque lake and heath, Western Arthurs, Tasmania Featured Tasmanian Wilderness Print

Cirque lake and heath, Western Arthurs, Tasmania

The glacial cirque lake known as Lake Fortuna in the remote Western Arthurs range in the southwest Tasmanian wilderness, Australia. The flowering heath Richea scoparia is seen in the foreground

© 2007 Ashley Whitworth

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Old gate on Warners Track stock route to Central Plateau Featured Tasmanian Wilderness Print

Old gate on Warners Track stock route to Central Plateau

Old gate on Warners Track stock route to Central Plateau. In former years, cattle were driven up the Western Tiers escarpment to the highland country above for summer grazing, returning in late summer before the early snow. This gate marked the boundary between the track and the summer grazing. Tasmanian Central Highlands, Northern Tasmania, Australia