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A New Take on Tasmania

A new bike tour from Gray & Co. includes rides in the Huon Valley and Freycinet National Park in Tasmania.

Mud, Leeches and Stunning Beauty in Tasmania

Why were we doing this? A journey through Australian extremes tests the limits between vacation and hardship.

Tasmania Goes Boutique, Nice and Slow

In this town on the southern edge of Australia’s smallest state, there’s new art and new style, but the old brewery is still up the mountain.

Tasmania Is Out of This World

Woolly wombats, 3,000-year-old pines and a river called Styx: Tasmania is a mythical place, wondrous and weird.

In Tasmania, a Three-Day Trek Into an Exotic Wilderness


Australia’s smallest state is a land of ancient mountains, wild rivers and some of the tallest trees on earth.

In Tasmania, It’s Teatime


NO one knows what the world smelled like before cars, incinerators, factories and the effluvium that arises when millions of people are concentrated in a few square miles. But I can guess. It smelled like Tasmania. The air, in fact, is what I cherish.

A Down-Home Feeling Lingers in Tasmania

By SUSAN HELLER ANDERSON; Susan Heller Anderson is a reporter on the metropolitan staff of The Times

LEAD: So blue are the sea and the sky in Tasmania that there is no horizon line between them. This would come as a surprise to most Australians, who like to joke about their southernmost island. One favorite is that there are more sheep than people.

  • June 19, 2005 Armchair Traveler


    A transfusion of youthful energy is delivered in this winning book by a pair of zany New York wildlife journalists.

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