“I was on holiday with my family in Australia,” he said.
“We were staying in a beachside property in Queensland, and when we got to the property we realised we were actually on the ocean floor.”
“I thought, ‘Oh, this is it.
This is it’.” The Australian actress said she was amazed to discover her new world and that she had never been to Australia before.
“When I saw it, it was like, ‘Wow!
We’re actually in the middle of the ocean,'” she said.
“I didn’t realise it was all underwater.”
A spokeswoman for the National Parks and Wildlife Service said: “Aerial photos taken by the Department of Environment in January 2018 revealed that the Queensland coast has been a major attraction for Tasmanian and Tasmanian-born children since the 1950s.”
It is understood that the location of the park was first identified by the National Trust in 1992.
“The site was designated as a Tasmanian National Park in 2005, and a Tasmanians-only National Park Park in 2012.”
“Tasmania is a small island state, with a population of approximately 12,000, and Tasmania is one of Australia’s most remote states.”
However, the state has developed a reputation for the quality of its marine environment, particularly in the Tasmanian highlands and the north-west of the state.
“There are many beautiful beaches and nature reserves, and many Tasmanian children enjoy swimming and paddling in these areas.”
An official with the Parks and Forestry Department said: ‘Aerial photo taken by Department of National Parks in January of 2018 confirmed that the coastal areas of the Queensland coastline have been an attraction for children since 1955.’
“While we are aware of this, it is not a decision we have taken lightly.”
She said that since 2010, the Department has made an effort to help Tasmanians and Tasmanians born overseas find a home in the state, and said it was “extremely disappointed” that the site had been declared a National Park.
The spokesperson said: ”We do not comment on matters related to individual areas of national parks.
“If the State Government chooses to remove the National Park designation of this location, it will do so with a clear understanding of the history and cultural significance of the site.”
We are also aware that this is not the first time this has happened.
“The spokeswoman said that the Department was not aware of any previous attempts to remove this location from a National Parks area.
She added: ”The State Government has an ongoing plan to restore this location and will work closely with the Tasmanians, who are a part of the Tasman community, to make sure it remains a unique and special location for Tasmanians.”
Our priority is to ensure that this remains a special and unique place for Tasmanies and Tasman Islanders.