Best natural attractions in Hobart and South Tasmania

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Natural attractions in Hobart and South Tasmania

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    South Bruny National Park , Bruny Island
    South Bruny National Park includes towering cliffs, remote beaches, heathland, and lush temperate rainforest landscapes. Hike one of the many
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    Mount Wellington , Hobart
    Mount Wellington defines the landscape surrounding Hobart the same way Table Mountain does for Cape Town in South Africa. With a summit risin
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    Sandy Bay , Hobart
    Known as one of the city’s most prestigious areas, Sandy Bay faces the Derwent River and features several popular beaches. The area is dotted
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    Despite its name, Salmon Ponds Heritage Hatchery and Gardens serves as a trout hatchery, the oldest one in the Southern Hemisphere actually.
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