Wineglass Bay Tasmania


Australia may not have the world’s highest mountain, longest river, deepest canyon. It doesn’t even, despite 70 per cent of its landmass being arid, have the longest desert in the world. Yet this ancient continent, which has some of the oldest land surfaces on earth, abounds with scenic wonders. Scenic Wonders that are both breathtakingly beautiful and awe-inspiring in their magnificence. These include imposing canyons, immerse rock outcrops, spectacular waterfalls, subterranean caverns, and some of the worlds most exquisite beaches like the Wineglass Bay. And to conclude the scenic wonders that can be found in Tasmania will please most Eco tourists. Enjoy the scenic wonders Tasmania when you visit.


Scenic Wonders Tasmania

Cradle Mountain, Cradle Mountain – Lake St Clair National Park, Tasmania.


Cradle Mountain. This pristine part of Tasmania, with it’s magnificent craggy peaks of Cradle Mountain, as well as the surrounding valleys and hollows (many now lakes), were carved by long ago glaciers.

Wineglass Bay, Freycinet National Park, Tasmania


Wineglass Bay. As a tourist must visit destination. Wineglass Bay with it’s perfect semi circular sweep of pure white sand fronting crystal-clear water backed by pristine bush makes this cove a gem.

Bay of Fires, Binalong Bay, Tasmania.

Bay of Fires. As named as one of the hottest travel destination in the World. The slice of coastal heaven that is the Bay of Fires stretches over 50 kilometres from Binalong Bay in the south to Eddystone Point in the north. This beautiful part of Tasmania’s east coast  is widely regarded as one of the most beautiful places in Australia..



So why don’t you plan your visit to the Tasmania.



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