Devils, devils, devils. Being one of the main attractions of Tasmania, the Tasmanian devil got a fair bit of my attentions during my stay in Hobart.
The devil is a funny animal. Being rather stupid you see it running around quite aimlessly a lot of the time. Throw some food its way however and it becomes all business, fighting carelessly with others.
Since I don't have a photo ready of the devil I'll let a landcape shot from the Tasmanian coastline follow instead.
Tasmania has a lot to offer aside from the devil though. A visit to Port Arthur reveals the islands significance in the history of Australia, being a major hub for convict relocation from the UK.
Also visited Mt Field national park for a few short hikes. Beautiful place with trees that can reach up to 100 meters.
A visit to Mt Wellington (just under 1300 meters high) offered an epic view over Hobart.
Then there were of course more animals on show in addition to the devils.
Lastly I have to mention some street art in Hobart has it has some graffiti that rivals that of Melbourne.
Now its time for my last stop in Australia, Sidney.