Australia:  Travels in Tasmania - Freycinet Lodge, Kurrajong House Launceston, Oat, Oatlands Callington Mill, Railton Topiaries, Rastus, Tasmania Zoo Tasmanian Devils, Wild Echidna - Australia Travels in Tasmania
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Australia: Travels in Tasmania

Informative and entertaining travel documentary about Australia’s island state of Tasmania that covers many of the outstanding scenic, wildlife and cultural aspects of this special place.

Your guide, Robert Stephens, takes you to Battery Point, Rektango, Salamanca Market and MONA (Museum of Old and New Art) in Hobart. He then heads to Bruny Island to go on Bruny Island Cruise, then to the 500 acre Inala Conservation Property of Dr, Tonia Cochran.

She shows the rescued wildlife in her care that includes an Albino Bennetts Wallaby, a red neck Bennetts Wallaby and a Rufous Bellied Pademelon. Dr. Cochran also talks about her work with one of Australia’s rarest birds, the forty spotted Pardolote.

The tour finishes on Bruny with a visit to see a wild Echidna at South Bruny Island National Park and Lighthouse, and a dusk vigil to see the the Little or Fairy Penguins at the Bruny Island Isthmus Rookery. The tour heads north to the Midlands towns of Ross and Oatlands, and then on Launceston and Tasmania Zoo to see Tasmanian Devils up close.

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As the video closes, Robert heads to the Freycinet Peninsula to see Wineglass Bay.

We hope you enjoyed this video titled Australia: Travels in Tasmania. Though our video guides are designed to provide further awareness into what it might be like to live in the state of Tasmania, we’re hopeful that this video will also help you to choose places to visit (or even call home) when living in Australia.

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As the founder of Getting Down Under, Mark is passionate about demystifying the process associated with a move to Australia. Having launched Getting Down Under in early January 2006 and made the move to Australia from the UK in the same year, Mark continues to share resources and support for those looking for assistance. If you have a question for Mark, please post in our Community Forums. Please note All information provided on Getting Down Under should be considered in conjunction with our disclaimer. Please seek professional advice if you have any doubts! 

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