The Pieman River is just under 100km long and flows into the ocean on the west coast of Tasmania.
While the river is splendid in these lower sections it has been damed, like many other Tasmanian rivers, to generate Hydro-electricity in its upper reaches.
We took two trips along the Pieman, one under our own power and one on a tour boat. As you can that the weather was not exactly postcard perfect - with Tassie Sunshine falling from the sky at regular intervals.
More shots from the Pieman to follow on Friday.
We stayed in a place called Corinna, where a ferry crosses the river.
You can find more shots from around the world at Our World Tuesday.