You only have to look at the crooked grin of a Tasmanian devil to know Tasmania isn’t quite like anywhere else.

Australia’s smallest state is cut off from the mainland by the fierce waters of Bass Strait and its wild landscapes and wildlife have remained relatively untouched for thousands of years.

Testament to Tasmania’s wild beauty is the fact a fifth of the state is listed on the World Heritage register, including the south-west where it is still possible to walk for days without bumping into another human being.

Dotted among the more populated parts of the state are sites of beauty and interest including the wild beaches and dunes near Strahan on the west coast and the rugged cliffs of the Tasman Peninsula.

See a sample of Tasmanian photos above and click on a Tasmanian destination to find out more.