Tasmania Travel Articles

 
Launceston – Overland Track, Tasmania, Australia
Info on Launceston, a main starting/ending point f
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The Big O: Tasmania’s Overland Track – Overland Track, Tasmania, Australia
All about the Big O.
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Hobart – Overland Track, Tasmania, Australia
Tasmania's capital is a popular place to end, or b
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Getting There – Overland Track, Tasmania, Australia
How to get to Tassie - and the track.
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Gearing Up and Packing Out – Overland Track, Tasmania, Australia
How to survive on the trail: gear and packing advi
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Tips – Overland Track, Tasmania, Australia
How to minimize your impact on the land and animal
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Hobart Travel Facts
The Basics City Name: Hobart Where is it located?: Hobart is located on the southeast coast of Tasmania. Tasmania is an island state off the south of Australia, on the eastern side. Why do people go there?: Hobart is the capital of Tasmania, a state only 3% of all tourists to Australia get to check […]
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Rainbows and The Roaring Forties – Tasmania, Australia
Rainbows and The Roaring Forties – Tasmania, Australia Lea Taddonio's short venture into the southernmost
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Gunning Cradle Mountain – Overland Track, Tasmania, Australia
Gunning Cradle Mountain – Overland Track, Tasmania, Australia Gerald Moller hiked a supposed eight hour trail in
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Eight Days of Madness: Cradle Mountain to Lake St Clair (3 of 3)
What is the Overland Track? This track is the best known and most used long distance walking track in Tasmania. This said, it is one of the hardest tracks going. Spanning 80 kilometres, the track winds through spectacular alpine scenery, eucalypt forests, palm valleys and open grassland. It takes 5 to 10 days to complete […]
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