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Bridestowe Lavender Estate, Nabowla, TAS © Bridestowe Lavender Estate

Capture Tasmania’s vibrant natural scenery

Tasmania is home to countless incredible backdrops, making it a favourite destination for professional and amateur photographers alike. In the summer months (December to February), Instagram is flooded with images of vibrant rows of purple lavender found on farms dotting the state’s east coast – some of which stretch for up to 200 kilometres (120 miles)! These working farms make a stunning backdrop for an Instagram post, but your visit isn’t limited to snapping pictures. You’ll also find fragrant soaps, hand cream, tea and lavender flavoured ice-cream to enjoy. If you’re visiting Tasmania in autumn, you’re not out of luck. Head to Cradle Mountain to see what locals refer to as “the turning of the Fagus”, when the Tasmanian Deciduous Beech tree transforms from green to vibrant reds, oranges and golds.

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