Road to Bird River Tasmania
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Road to Bird River Tasmania

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Road to the Bird River track in the western wilderness of Tasmania, Australia. Part of the Franklin Gordon Wild Rivers National park. About 40 Minutes south of Queenstown. The Bird River track leads to the abandoned ghost town of East Pillinger, setup by the North Mt Lyell mining company as a rival port town competing with Strahan to take ore from the rich Mt Lyell copper deposits in Queenstown.

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Bilder in der Nähe von Tasmania

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A: Bird River Tasmania

von Jose Cuervo, 1.4 entfernt

Moss Covered Rainforest, Bird River Picnic Area Tasmania, About 30 minutes from Queenstown at the sta...

Bird River Tasmania

B: Nelson Falls

von Jose Cuervo, 28.3 entfernt

Nelson Falls Near Queenstown Tasmania. 10 Minute walk off the Lyell Highway. 20 Minute drive from Que...

Nelson Falls

C: West Coast Wilderness Railway Station Queenstown

von Jose Cuervo, 28.7 entfernt

This is the train station of the West Coast Wilderness Railway Station in Queenstown in the western w...

West Coast Wilderness Railway Station Queenstown

D: Queenstown from Spion Kopf Lookout

von Jose Cuervo, 28.8 entfernt

The once famed bare hills of Queenstown are slowly shrinking year on year, with just a relatively sma...

Queenstown from Spion Kopf Lookout

E: Strahan esplanade

von Hoylen Sue, 30.2 entfernt

Along the esplanade at Strahan, on the west coast of Tasmania, Australia.

Strahan esplanade

F: Dove Lake in the Cradle Mountain-Lake St Clair National Park

von Fritz Hanke, 79.6 entfernt

We did a nice walk around the Dove Lake in the Cradle Mountain-Lake St Clair National Park.See  Cradl...

Dove Lake in the Cradle Mountain-Lake St Clair National Park

G: Dove Lake below Cradle Mountain

von Klaus Mayer, 79.9 entfernt

Panorama of Dove Lake in Cradle Mountain - Lake St Clair National Park in early spring. Dove Lake is ...

Dove Lake below Cradle Mountain

H: Dove Lake in the Cradle Mountain-Lake St Clair National Park

von Fritz Hanke, 80.2 entfernt

 We did a nice walk around the Dove Lake in the Cradle Mountain-Lake St Clair National Park.See  Crad...

Dove Lake in the Cradle Mountain-Lake St Clair National Park

I: Dove Lake in the Cradle Mountain-Lake St Clair National Park

von Fritz Hanke, 80.7 entfernt

We did a nice walk around the Dove Lake in the Cradle Mountain-Lake St Clair National Park.See  Cradl...

Dove Lake in the Cradle Mountain-Lake St Clair National Park

J: Dove Lake and Cradle Mountain

von Klaus Mayer, 81.2 entfernt

Panorama of Dove Lake at the base of the peaks of Cradle Mountain covered in mist.

Dove Lake and Cradle Mountain

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