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Tasmanian Videos

Find the latest videos by Adventure Tasmania and videographers travelling all around Tasmania. We cover everything from events, adventure activities, photography events and more. Don't forget to subscribe to our YouTube Channel for the latest updates.

Get a taste of climbing in Tasmania with champion climber Roxy Perry
Foodie Sarah Glover takes us surfing at Eaglehawk Neck
Ben Lonond has recieved a huge dusting of snow this year perfect for snow sports and attracting skiiers and snowboarders from across the state.
Taking the plunge, 20m into the cold waters of the Southern Ocean
Tasmania has some of the best rock climbing in the world and cliffs perfect for setting huge high lines.
Another awesome road trip video shared with us this week by Johan Theron
Mt Anne is one of the more popular spots for walking in the South West and a great place to take in a sunrise.
The Hot House was setup as part of Dark Mofo as a place to develop a community and share ideas.
From Jacob's Ladder to the amazing Blue Derby Trails there are always plenty of amazing places to explore if you bring a bike on a Tassie road trip.
The Meehan Monster was a highlight for many of our local riders last year and is set to come back bigger and better in 2015.
Wild Oates Productions explore Mt Field and Lake Dobson early in the ski season.
Exploring the Cathedral Caves dive site near Bicheno on the East Coast of Tasmania
Trail Running has been taking off as of late and is a great way to build fitness and explore some amazing parts of Tasmania.
Want the best view of the Tasman Peninsula? Getting high up above the ground under your own power has to be one of the best ways.
Stu Gibson has captured some amazing surfing clips this year, check out this amazing video of surfing off South East Cape, Tasmania.
Another great showcase of Tasmania with an excellent road trip video delivered by Peter Amber Travel
Tasmanian Expeditions and Glenn Walker explore the history and beautiful scenery of the iconic Franklin River.
Stu Gibson drops another awesome surfing edit from one of his favourite spots.
Joe Shemesh recently won the Golden Tripod Award by the Australian Cinematographers Society, here is his showcase of Tasmania
The Overland Track is one of the most popular walks in Australia taking in amazing sights between Cradle Mountain and Lake St Clair.
Cycling is one of the cheapest and best ways to explore Tasmania and the East Coast is the perfect with plenty of scenic country roads to explore.

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