Take on the Edge is a new campaign to promote the Circular Head region in the north west of Tasmania. And it’s a winner! We’re planning a visit to Stanley and the surrounding district early in 2012. And even though there’s lots of beautiful places around the state we’ve still got to write about, this is one place we’re really excited about. While we wait patiently until it’s time to get organised, here’s some photos from professional tourism photographer Dan Fellow for you to enjoy.

Take on the Edge - Rainbow over The Nut, Stanley
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Rainbow: Stanley beach and The Nut

Take on the Edge - Stanley Chairlift
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Riding the chairlift: The Nut, Stanley Tasmania

Take on the Edge - Stanley in Spring
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Picturesque vista: The Nut in Stanley

Take on the Edge - Historic Highfield House Stanley
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Historic Highfield House< Stanley Tasmania

Take on the Edge - Tall Timbers Smithton
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Tall Timbers in Smithton: Take on the Edge campaign

Take on the Edge - Duck Bay, Smithton
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Duck Bay, Smithton Tasmania

Take on the Edge - Edge of the World
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Take on the… Edge of the World, Tasmania

Want to “Take on the Edge” now you’ve seen these images? Well wait… there’s more. Here’s a link to the actual video recently released by the official Circular Head tourism association. We don’t have any connection with the campaign, other than thinking it’s awesome! And I’m sure they wouldn’t mind me sharing it with you.

We’ll let you know more about how we plan to “take on the edge” closer to the time. If you have any suggestions about things we absolutely must see and do while we’re there, just contact us.

We’ve also published an article written by Janette Bishop of Beachside Retreat West Inlet about things to do in Stanley – check that out too!

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