Sunday, November 25, 2007

Tasmania 3/4: from Burnie to Bicheno

Photo gallery: Tasmania: from Burnie to Bicheno

Lactos Cheese Factory – one of Australia’s leading speciality cheesemakers; tasting of cheese

Launceston – a city of elegant architecture and award-winning restaurants

St Columba Falls – with 90m height the tallest falls in Tasmania

Bay of Fires – magnificent wilderness coastline eith its dramatic landscape

Bicheno – attractive and charming seaside resort town

Penguin Tour – great opportunity to see fairy penguins in their natural environment on their night life. Amazing!!! More photos at

Wednesday, November 14, 2007

Tasmania 2/4: from Cradle Mountain to Stanley

Photo gallery: Tasmania: from Cradle Mountain to Stanley

Cradle Mountain – a distinctive mountain in the Cradle Mountain-Lake St Clair National Park

Table Cape lighthouse – built in 1885

Tulip farm – in the town of Wynyard

Wynyard – a rural town on the north-west coast

Stanley – Tasmania’s tidiest town; historical town

The Nut
– this striking volcanic rock formation is 152km high

Thursday, November 08, 2007

Tasmania 1/4: from Hobart to Montezuma Falls

Photo gallery: Tasmania: from Hobart to Montezuma Falls

Russell Falls – Tasmania's best known falls (Mount Field National Park)

Lake St Clair – Australia's deepest lake formed more than 10,000 years ago by glaciers (Cradle Mountain-Lake St Clair National Park)

Nelson Falls – one of the famous falls in Tasmania

Queenstown – a former mining town

Ocean Beach
– stretching for over 30 km is the longest beach in Tasmania

Macquire harbour
– an early penal settlement

Henty Dunes – a series of giant, 30 m high dunes

Montezuma Falls – at 104m they are one of the highest waterfalls in Tasmania

Trip to Tasmania

The map of my trip to Tassie. I spent six stunning days there and clocked up more than 2100 km.

If you like nature this is the island just for you! It was one of the best places of Australia I saw.

Friday, November 02, 2007

Sydney from above

Photo gallery: Sydney from above

These pictures were taken from the roof of a 37-level building, Sydney Tower and air planes.