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This lookout was quite easy to get to, had lots of parking and was a nice place for a quick stretch of the legs. It can be a bit daunting if you are scared of heights and it can be freezing so make sure you...More
As you drive through here and notice the desolate landscape.. take a minute to detour down to this look out and ponder the terrible mistakes that humans have made and the scars we have left on an environment that will now never be the same.
We were on our way to Tullah when we drove by Iron Blow Lookout. I was amazed by the landscape as it was completely different from the usual green and lush mountains you get to see in Tasmania. The lookout provided an excellent view of...More
The mining industry was very important to this area of Tasmania and the methods used and the impact is generally not as visible to the public. This lookout gives great views of the area but more importantly the open cut mine. This hole is impressive...More
Travelling west this is a short detour just before arriving in Queenstown. The lookout gives great views of the distant landscape, but more crucially demonstrated the effect of mining on the area. This is especially so when looking at the colour of the water below...More
Wonderful view, high up, looking east over Linda Valley and towards Lake Burbury. Great look at a former open cut mine.
The vast contrasts of colour throughout the landscape and mine is a sight to behold. Fascinating! The colour of the water below the lookout....More