February 29, 2024 5:56 AM

tasmania tourism

Beach in Tasmania Glows With Sea Sparkle

Bright blue lights glowed at the shores of Preservation Bay, Tasmania were seen at this time of the month by photographer Brett Chatwin. This phenomenon is uncommon and caused by a bioluminescent alga called noctiluca scintillan, or popularly known as "sea sparkle" when the organisms are feeling stressed.


Why You Should See The Tasmanian Wilderness While It Lasts

Tasmania's virgin forests and free-roaming wildlife and ecosystems could be disrupted by modern and densely populated tourism in the near future -- reasons to see the untouched beauty of the natural spectacle as soon as possible.


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