Down in the South-east corner of Tasmania, at the entry to Storm Bay lie the Bruny Islands - North and South. They are probably the furthest south in Australia that I am likely to travel. This is the absolute anthithesis to the Red Centre, the beating heart of Australia. Here the winds roar at a gale, the weather is every season in 24 hours and the landscape is to die for.
The first image is looking south out to the lighthouse. The next two are at the lighthouse looking first north-west and then to the north-east. Makes one feel good to be alive!
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