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School is out, but don’t worry – we’ve got you covered! Winter is the perfect time for some fairy spotting in #DerwentValleyTasmania. Here's some clues they often leave for us:

🌿 ferns = ladders
πŸ„ fungi = shelters
πŸ¦‹ butterflies = wings
🐦 bird feathers = beds
🌳 tree hollows = gateways to magical lands

Fairy spotting is also best tackled on a full belly so don't forget to stock up at the Banjo's New Norfolk Market on High Street before you head out! It's back open every Saturday 8 am to 2 pm.

πŸ“· Thank you @deni_cupit (IG) for sharing your top fairy spotting location with us! We've heard Mount Field National Park is a real hot spot. πŸ§šβ€β™€οΈ
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School is out, but don’t worry – we’ve got you covered! Winter is the perfect time for some fairy spotting in #DerwentValleyTasmania. Heres some clues they often leave for us: 🌿 ferns = ladders πŸ„ fungi = shelters πŸ¦‹ butterflies = wings 🐦 bird feathers = beds 🌳 tree hollows = gateways to magical lands Fairy spotting is also best tackled on a full belly so dont forget to stock up at the Banjos New Norfolk Market on High Street before you head out! Its back open every Saturday 8 am to 2 pm. πŸ“· Thank you @deni_cupit (IG) for sharing your top fairy spotting location with us! Weve heard Mount Field National Park is a real hot spot. πŸ§šβ€β™€οΈ

Magic hour. βœ¨πŸŒ…
We promise it'll be worth the wait.
πŸ“ Mount Amos Summit, Freycinet National Park
East Coast Tasmania
πŸ“· : Deni Cupit Photography
#discovertasmania
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Magic hour. βœ¨πŸŒ… We promise itll be worth the wait. πŸ“ Mount Amos Summit, Freycinet National Park East Coast Tasmania πŸ“· : Deni Cupit Photography #discovertasmania

Comment on Facebook Magic hour. βœ¨πŸŒ… ...

For more great amazing Tassie shots make sure you check out Deni's adventures here: instagram.com/deni_cupit

Beautiful. Wineglass Bay Had many overnight stays in their

Beautiful .was worth the climb

Mason Bourke this is the place I was trying to explain to you 🀣 well you probably don’t remember now. Xx

Wine Glass Bay - worth the hike

Hopefully get to go in August...not confident...☹☹☹

One of the better states if it’s at all possible to state that

Krystle Reynolds Russ N Deb Reynolds one great photo of Tas

Tyson Von Hoff Tassie and SA look like they have so many sick places

Zoren Liu Aditya Katyar They promise the views will be worth it once you get to the top πŸŒ€οΈβ›…πŸŒ₯️☁️

Wish we could fly direct from Auckland! Got engaged at Wineglass Bay - love Tassie - such a beautiful state!

I do miss the place

Love Tasmania, one of my favourite places in our beautiful country.

Would love ❀️ too but I’m from Victoria so I don’t think I can leave the state.

Went in Feb Amazing Just made it home in the nick of time before the lockdown

Magnificent Wineglass Bay - hoping to see it again at the end of the year 😍

My daughter and son in law live there and hes a great photographer....has some beautiful shots from up there and around♥️

Beautiful Photo Love Tasmania😊

David Wu good times

Yes, we definitely live in the best part of the world!!!

Nel mio cuore

I’ve stood on that rock! Was the best!

Hope one day to go back there , beautiful place

Gillie Donovan Nita Madden ❀️❀️

THE Beauty

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High tide on the mighty Derwent πŸ˜€ pinch n a punch #derwentvalleytasmania ... See MoreSee Less

High tide on the mighty Derwent πŸ˜€ pinch n a punch #derwentvalleytasmania

Frosty summit sunrise. β„οΈπŸŒ…
We promise it'll be worth the wait.

πŸ“·: jeon_landscapes via IG
πŸ“: Summit of kunanyi / Mt Wellington, Hobart
Hobart & Beyond Tasmania Parks and Wildlife Service #discovertasmania
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Frosty summit sunrise. β„οΈπŸŒ… We promise itll be worth the wait. πŸ“·: jeon_landscapes via IG πŸ“: Summit of kunanyi / Mt Wellington, Hobart Hobart & Beyond Tasmania Parks and Wildlife Service #discovertasmania

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Beautiful up there Beautiful photo

Loved it in November...but it looks so beautiful in winter, too. Loved our trip to Tasmania ❀.

Its a stunning photo. I love frost and fog. Cant wait until next yr when i go..πŸ‘πŸ‘

Brrrr I'm cold looking at it 😁 but such a beautiful photo. Loooove Tasmania ❀

This year we had to cancel Tassie for the second time , this time because of COVID! We will get there one day, but maybe in the summer (even though we love the snow)!

Yes loved the scallop pies especially on the way up Mt. Wellington, love the memories xx

Elli Hope maybe the cold isn’t all bad? πŸ™‚

My husband proposed to me right there on a very cold cold evening πŸ’œ

Stunning our earthship is

Been there once, love to revisit soon.

Been there .it’s beautiful and its so cold .

Leica Burley Shirley Ferguson Tanya Ferguson Remember the sleet girls β˜ƒοΈOh so cold !!! but then the scallop pies So yummy 😍

Roberta Freitas

Iain Pullum makes me feel homesick for those moments we saw this every day

Lovely view from there

Ive walked that walk. Can get slippery with snow/ice.

Carol Parker, A beautiful view but remember how cold it was πŸŒ¬β„οΈ

Cannot wait to go back.

Ohh lovely. Wish I was there

What a magnificent sight !

Nobody wants us anywhere do they! Hopefully soon.

Next trip we go here Molly Rasmussen Liam Johnston Zoe Stroud Bridgette Cunningham Maddison Landon

I have this one.(last Apr.)

Awesome viewβ„πŸŒž

Our next destination?😊

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Take the road less travelled and explore #DerwentValleyTasmania through the township of Maydena to Strathgordon.

The Gordon River Road gives travellers a rare chance to experience one of the most pristine wilderness areas in the world. The scenery, regardless of the clouds that sometimes obscure the view through winter, is positively magnificent, with snow-covered mountains ahead and to either side for much of the journey.

The journey ends at Hydro Tasmania’s #GordonDam, the largest freshwater storage in Australia and which holds 27 times the volume of water in Sydney Harbour. The Gordon Power Station provides around 13 per cent of Tasmania's total power supply. You can walk the dam wall or abseil with Aardvark Adventures.

We recommend you #MakeYourselfAtHome Pedder Wilderness Lodge or Giants' Table and Cottages to take it all in! πŸ“· Thank you Aardvark Adventures for sharing such an epic shot!
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Take the road less travelled and explore #DerwentValleyTasmania through the township of Maydena to Strathgordon. The Gordon River Road gives travellers a rare chance to experience one of the most pristine wilderness areas in the world. The scenery, regardless of the clouds that sometimes obscure the view through winter, is positively magnificent, with snow-covered mountains ahead and to either side for much of the journey. The journey ends at Hydro Tasmania’s #GordonDam, the largest freshwater storage in Australia and which holds 27 times the volume of water in Sydney Harbour. The Gordon Power Station provides around 13 per cent of Tasmanias total power supply. You can walk the dam wall or abseil with Aardvark Adventures. We recommend you #MakeYourselfAtHome Pedder Wilderness Lodge or Giants Table and Cottages to take it all in! πŸ“· Thank you Aardvark Adventures for sharing such an epic shot!

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Our address used to be Gordon River Road, so of course we had to drive to the end our road. Nice drive.

Magnificent part of tasmania

I love this part of Tasmania

On my list...that keeps getting longer...

Fantastic photo πŸ€™πŸ€πŸ‡¦πŸ‡Ί

πŸ’ͺπŸ½πŸ‘πŸ’šπŸ’šπŸ’šπŸ’šπŸ’šπŸ’š

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