A turbulent history and unforgiving wilderness make Tasmania the dark heart of Australia. We sent five of the nation's best travel photographers across the Strait to uncover the state's disarming beauty and document their bold and brave experiences. With underground caves to explore and dense forests to discover, there's plenty to see and do from autumn right through to winter.
Over 400 million years old, the intricate pathways of these underground caves are nothing short of awe-inspiring.
The unsound history of Tasmania is no secret, but amongst it all there lies a brutal beauty in the picturesque landscapes and ghostly shipwrecks of Flinders Island.
In Tasmania’s North-East lies the Trail of the Tin Dragon; a place of dense wilderness and devastating floods. We sent photographer Mark Clinton to discover the truth and beauty behind it.
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