The Destination: Tasmania

Tasmania is a place of wild and beautiful landscapes, friendly, helpful people with a relaxed island lifestyle, wonderful wine and food and a haunting history evoked by spectacular convict-era ruins It’s also Australia’s smallest state and the most geographically diverse with over 40 per cent of Tasmania reserved as national park and world heritage area.

So no matter where you go in Tasmania, whether you spend time in one location or drive around the island, we know you’ll be delighted by what you’ll find and surprised at how much bigger Tasmania really is on the inside.

Northwest Tasmania

Brimming with color and flavor, Tasmania’s North West is the door to some of Tasmania’s most wonderful natural places. Discovering the North West you’ll find exemplary beachfront drives, sustenance trails, dazzling national parks and wonderful nature holds.

Tasmania’s North West is an incredible spot for visiting and offers astounding perspectives every step of the way, from Mt Roland close Devonport, Table Cape close Wynyard and the well known “Nut” at Stanley. Also some of Tasmania’s prettiest urban communities and towns sit right on the water’s edge on the beautiful North West drift, each with their remarkable attractions and loose coastline climate.

Launceston and North

Tasmania’s North is a blowout of notable streetscapes and legacy homes, rich farmland, chief cool-atmosphere wines, new create and a shelter for architects and art creators.

Launceston, in Tasmania’s North, is Tasmania’s second biggest city and a lively center point for sustenance and wine, society and nature. It’s likewise the passage to the Tamar Valley.

Out of Launceston, the encompassing green fields and nation paths are lined with 150 year old hawthorn, poplar and elm trees, while in the rich farmland of the Tamar Valley could be discovered lavender estates, vineyards, strawberry homesteads and plantations.

Hobart and South

Hobart, Tasmania’s capital city, on the Derwent River in Tasmania’s south and is inside a 90-moment drive of some of Tasmania’s most gone to attractions, making it the ideal base for investigating southern Tasmania.

South of Hobart are the clear waters and dazzling coastline of Bruny Island, the rich soils of the Huon valley, the beautiful excellence of the D’entrecasteaux Channel and the tough Hartz Mountains National Park.

East of Hobart are the wineries of the Coal River Valley and the Tasman National Park with its tremendous coastline and noteworthy convict destinations.

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