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One of Tasmania’s most enduring drawcards is its pristine beauty and stunning landscapes, protected in some of Australia’s best-loved national parks. Tasmania’s bushwalking, cycling, rafting and ...
Launceston is a popular base for touring Tasmania’s north coast region, with great accommodation and dining options, and the nearby Tamar Valley for wine-tasting day trips. Day 1: Explore ...
Launceston is surrounded by a ring of historic colonial towns, their sleepy main streets lined with intact Georgian architecture. The pace of life is tranquil in these colonial country towns, and the ...
The Australian island state of Tasmania is celebrated for its pristine wilderness, attracting nature lovers and bushwalkers from all over the world. In fact, Tasmania’s entire wilderness heart is ...
From the weekend market of Salamanca Place to cute colonial Battery Point, the call of the sea and colonial history are never far from mind in the yachties’ haven of Hobart. The Georgian warehouses ...
Written by Brooke, Australia, February 2013
The country of Australia wasn’t exactly founded by convicts, but it may be more practical to say that it was built by them. Initially, Australia was used primarily as a convict settlement. The ...
Written by Brooke, Australia, March 2013
Tasmania is famed for many things: beautiful natural surrounds, fresh air, and its fresh seafood and produce. Food in Tasmania has grown into a specialty because of its cooler climate and fertile ...
Freycinet National Park is a great place to visit to enjoy spectacular coastal scenery. There's plenty of good walks, beautiful unspoiled beaches and no shortage of photo opportunities.
Beautiful limestone caves located just over an hour from Launceston. It's worth visiting both Marakoopa Cave and King Solomons cave because they're both very different.
Marakoopa Cave has an ...
Written by Chou Fleur, Australia, October 2010
Strahan, a picturesque fishing village is a must visit when traveling to Tasmania. Things to do are a visit to Sarah Island with its dubious reputation of being the worst convict prison in Australia ...
Written by Brooke, Australia, January 2013
With over a third of the state of Tasmania covered in National Parks and World Heritage areas, people from all over the globe travel to the island state to enjoy the outdoors and the unmatched ...
Written by RobC, New Zealand, December 2010
You could argue that it makes no sense to fly all the way to Australia, then fly another hour to get to an even more remote island, but it really is worth it. And when you get there, drive for ...
Written by Brooke, Australia, October 2012
largest beer festival, the Tasmanian International Beerfest, takes
place during two booze-filled (in moderation, of course) days on Hobart ‘s
Princes Wharf. Although beer lovers ...
Written by Brooke, Australia, November 2012
The Taste of Tasmania Festival, called The Taste Festival these days, features Tasmania’s best food and wine for 7 days across Australia ‘s summer holiday season. Located on Hobart ‘s
Written by Emma, Australia, October 2011
No trip to Australia would be complete without exploring ‘Tassie’. Being cut off from the Australian mainland has ensured that Tasmania has retained much of its old world charm. Here’s our ...
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Doing what: Huon Valley and Tahune Forest Airwalk Tour from Hobart