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Maria Island

Wombat Maria Island
Maria Island
Darlington Probation Station Maria Island
Wombats Maria Island
Painted Cliffs Maria Island
Maria Island Tasmania
Maria Island
Maria Island
Maria Island Painted Cliffs
Maria Island Painted Cliffs
Don't miss this opportunity to leave your ordinary world behind and experience something truly extraordinary - encounter Maria Island! Located off Tasmania's East Coast, Maria Island is only a short trip by ferry from Triabunna, but as far from ordinary as you can imagine. Rich in indigenous and European history, abundant in wildlife, boasting spectacular views and remarkable geological features, the entire island is a National Park, managed by the Tasmanian Parks and Wildlife Service. Explore the township of Darlington - one of 11 convict sites in Australia inscribed on the UNESCO World Heritage List. Enjoy short walks on the island, explore the fascinating Fossil Cliffs or Painted Cliffs (weather permitting). You may be lucky enough to come across some of the local wildlife, which includes forester kangaroos, wombats, Tasmanian devils, Cape Barron geese, rare birds and pademelon.

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