Less is more at Tassie’s untouched paradise

Maria Island, Tas

Bright white sands, turquoise water, no vehicles, no shops, no worries.

McEvoy gave Maria Island a 9, particularly for the island walks, where you can see the “undulating, beautiful Australian terrain, incredible pristine beaches with not a person on them and amazing wildlife.”

The history is also a drawcard, says Ross who also gave it a 9; “talk about stepping back in time – it’s absolutely haunting to think about the convicts who lived here. It’s a really fascinating part of our penal history.”

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