The maritime town of Devonport acts as a gateway to the north west of Tasmania. To the north of the city, Bass Strait crashes and laps against the sandy beaches. As a meeting point of the ocean, mountains, rivers and rolling countryside, the city offers many spectacular views.
Locals and visitors make the most of the beautiful waterways by rowing, sailing, kayaking or fishing. On dryer land, walking and cycling tracks offer insights to the city’s past and present, including remarkable Aboriginal rock carvings on the coastal trail to The Bluff (pictured).
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Christmas drinks with some of my favourite people in Sydney! Wearing one of my favourite Camilla & Marc tops with my new MSGM scuba skirt from Green With Envy boutique in Melbourne.
You never know what beauty lies ahead unless you dare to move.
When given the choice between the path of the familiar and the path of the unknown, opt to explore to something new. This body of water awaits on the way to the Walls of Jerusalem. Wander about Tasmania and you will find something just as spectacularly beautiful.
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