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Soaking up the scenery under a stunning Summer sky from the top of Mount Maria captured by @lebigtrip. Maria Island National Park is Tasmania's only island Park, six kilometres off the state's east coast and a short ferry ride from the @eastcoasttasmania township of Triabunna. Mount Maria, at 711 metres, is the highest point on the island - a dolerite outcrop with sweeping views the east coastline of Tassie. The walking track begins south of Darlington near the mouth of Counsel Creek and meanders through open woodlands ascending quite gently at first, and ends with half an hour of scrambling over rocky debris and boulders to reach the summit where you are rewarded with views like this! You can explore the Island on foot or through pedal power (there are no cars on the island) with natural attractions like the Painted Cliffs and the peaks of Mount Maria and Bishop & Clerk the highlights. Thanks for tagging us, Travel and Wildlife Photography.