There’s no shortage of photo-worthy views in Tasmania which will have you grabbing for your camera for that ultimate photo moment. For spectacular coastal views of sparkling azure waters and rugged rocky outcrops, head to Freycinet National Park for views across the famous Wineglass Bay. Further up north, the historic town of Stanley offers picturesque vistas of the dazzling ocean, across Bass Strait and the below beaches. Climb the winding path to the top of the Stanley Nut, the remains of an ancient volcanic plug, for panoramic views. Alternatively, rest your legs and enjoy the scenery as you ride the Nut Chairlift. Of course, one of the best views in Tasmania is setting your eyes on the iconic Cradle Mountain, admired from Dove Lake in the Cradle Mountain-Lake St Clair National Park. On a clear day you can see the crisp reflection of the mountain in the calm waters of the lake, whilst you walk the easy Dove Lake Circuit, taking in waterfalls and lush rainforest along the way.