Wild Tasmania

From Tasmanian Devils and baby Wombats to jumping dolphins and swimming with seals, episode two of “Travel Deeper Australia” is now live, and it’s all about the wildlife of Tasmania!

I spent 10 days exploring the beautiful and wild island south of mainland Australia, and I can honestly say, it has been my favorite Australian experience to date.

As I mention in the video, to most foreign travelers, and even many Australians, Tassie is a forgotten State, and that’s exactly why I wanted to come here.

Throughout my time in Tasmania, I could find similarities in certain aspects of life to other places I’ve been, like Ireland, Maine, Oregon, but the truth is, the sum of its parts is completely unique to anywhere I’ve ever been – and I’ve never seen some of these animals in zoos yet alone the wild before this trip.

Nature is preserved, Wildlife roams free and food is raised rather than manufactured.

And to me, that’s what makes Tasmania so special, its wild, and delicious!

Much more about Tasmania coming soon, including a behind the scenes look at where I stayed and some other fun activities!

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My name is Gareth Leonard, a Marketing Director turned World Traveler with a passion for slow, meaningful travel. I have been traveling the world full-time for the past 9+ years and document it all on Instagram and YouTube. Come join me!


  1. I missed the right season to visit Tasmania, it’s a pity. But I am glad your fantastic video guides me to travel the wonderful place! ??

  2. Love that video <3 It makes me wanna go there as soon as it's possible. Thanks for sharing it, I've already put Tasmania on my bucket list and can't wait to start organizing trip to this truly breathtaking place! 🙂

  3. I’m currently in Tasmania, from here originally and have returned home for a few months because of family issues. It’s a strange place really. So much good stuff like you mention but also a very conservative culture. Many of the locals can’t see beyond doing things the same way they have for generations even if that destroys what’s unique about the place.

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