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A taste of Tasmania
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A taste of Tasmania




Tasmania is Australia's southernmost State and is separated from the mainland by Bass Strait. It is our smallest state but it is packed with history and awe inspiring scenery. The Central Highlands are home to the Great Lake, famous for freshwater trout, which attract anglers from all over the world. Many of the locals have "shacks" in the mountains for weekends breaks away from the city life.

For detailed information about Tasmania, visit the Tourism Tasmania web site: www.tourism.tas.gov.au. To view the following thumbnails just click on the picture and use your browser's 'back' button to return here. These are photos from private albums and are reproduced here to give a taste of some of the scenery in Tasmania. Visiting amateurs are encouraged to make contact with the Central Highlands Amateur Radio Club during their stay in Tasmania. Members are more than happy to assist visitors and make their stay enjoyable and memorable. Please contact the club via either of its email addresses or by writing to the postal address shown on the Newsletter. A list of members is on our "Members" page.

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Binalong Bay
North East Coast

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Binalong Bay
North East Coast

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  Cradle Mountain

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Historic Richmond

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Cataract Gorge 

Binalong Bay Beach

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Tasman Bridge Hobart

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Where is this house??
A prize for the first correct

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Spirit of Tasmania at

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Queenstown Hotel on the
rugged West Coast.

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Sheffield, a town of murals.
This is the local Masonic Hall.

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The Great Lake

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The Great Lake