Take a bite of the Apple Isle and you’ll wish you had more time to discover an untamed natural paradise at the remote edge of the earth – a land of hidden valleys, prehistoric rainforests and craggy coastlines that reveal testaments to an ancient past. The wonders of nature await on your Tassie adventure, from the vivid hues of the Southern Lights to the tantrums of the Tasmanian Devil. Delve into Tasmania’s convict history, the fascinating stories of its indigenous people and the creative verve of a capital fringed by ‘The Mountain’. An extravaganza of delicious foodie avours, country charm and captivating heritage awaits.
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An enchanting little city built around a beautiful yacht-studded harbour in the shadow of majestic Mt. Wellington. A strong sea- faring flavour and sense of the past gives Hobart an almost European air. This feeling is heightened in summer when Hobart gets plenty of sparkling blue days but temperatures rarely exceed 25°C. Many of Hobart’s beautiful early colonial sandstone buildings were erected with the sweat and blood of the unfortunate convicts who formed the majority of the first settlers in 1803.Read More
As one of Australia’s oldest cities, Launceston thrives as a hub for food, wine, culture and nature. The city boasts and incredible cityscape while still holds the historic charm with its Colonial and Victorian style buildingsRead More
Set in the centre of western Tasmania, Cradle Mountain provides excellent bushwalking, and photography. Visit Dove Lake, the starting point for the famed Cradle Mountain/Lake St. Clair walk. Native animals can be seen feeding in the early evening.Read More
Freycinet is a spectacular national park on Tasmania’s east coast. It features clean white sands, rocky headlands and granite peaks. There are many walking tracks through the park, with one of the most popular being the track to the Wineglass Bay lookout.Read More