Seek clean air, fresh water and adorable wildlife who are as unhurried as you are. Bask in the wise company of some of the world's most ancient trees. A trip to Tasmania will do you a world of good.
Join the never-ending quest to see it all, slow down and notice the little things in Tasmania.
Let the stunning sights of Tasmania draw you in; the island state is bursting with rich colonial history and treasures, picture-perfect swathes of nature, amazing experiences and the elusive Tasmanian devil.
•The Nut at Stanley
•Trowunna Wildlife Sanctuary
•Wild Penguin Viewing
Slow down and take it all in; Tasmania will open your eyes to a world of breathtaking nature, charismatic wildlife and a newfound appreciation for exploration.
• Cataract Gorge Cruise
• Port Arthur Historic Site
• Bonorong Wildlife Sanctuary
Hobart is known for its beautiful natural surroundings, including Mount Wellington, and the Derwent River, which flows through its center. The city is a gateway to Tasmania's many natural wonders national parks, beaches, and wildlife reserves.
Launceston is a city in northern Tasmania, with popular attractions including Cataract Gorge, a natural reserve and parkland; the Queen Victoria Museum and Art Gallery, which showcases Tasmanian history and art; and the Tamar Valley, etc.
Tasmania is an island state located south of mainland Australia. It is the smallest state in Australia, but is known for its stunning natural beauty, including rugged coastlines, mountains, and national parks.
With gorgeous scenery year round, four diverse and amazing seasons and extensive wildlife, it isn’t challenging to find something to do in Tasmania. Known for its breathtaking, scenic views and natural parks it will amaze you for sure.
The east coast of Tasmania is a beautiful and popular region known for its pristine beaches, crystal-clear waters, and stunning natural scenery. Tasmania is also home to a range of outdoor activities, including hiking, surfing, kayaking and etc.
Coveting the world’s cleanest air and water, Tasmania is also home to some of Australia’s wildest natural attractions. Many are in the west, a part of the state few other travelers venture. On this Hobart to Launceston tour, you’ll cruise World Heritage-listed rainforest carved by rivers, explore Tassie’s tallest peak and bask in Russell Falls’ beauty. Stellar food and wine await when it’s time to refuel.
Tasmania is a great destination for a self-drive tour, with its scenic roads, beautiful landscapes, and home to a variety of unique wildlife. Take your time to slow down and enjoy the scenery with unique culture of this beautiful island.