Tasmania

Tasmania Attractions

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Cadbury Chocolate Factory

Kids and chocoholics make a beeline for the Cadbury Chocolate Factory outside Hobart. For a real-life Willie Wonka and the Chocolate Factory experience, ...  Read more

Cascade Brewery

For beer tastings and a glimpse inside a historic brewery, book a tour of the 180-year-old Cascade Brewery, the oldest in Australia. The 1.5-hour tours of ...  Read more

Port Arthur

Tasmania’s number one visitor attraction is the former convict settlement of Port Arthur, a ghostly and eerie heritage area just outside Hobart. Built to ...  Read more

Bonnet Island

Tiny Bonnet Island sits at the mouth of Macquarie Harbour in Tasmania. Having just been opened to tourists since 2009, it’s a still a relatively undiscovered ...  Read more

Gordon River

The Gordon River is as beautifully remote as one could hope a river would be. Beginning in the highlands of the central plateau that dominates inland Tasmania, ...  Read more

Henty Sand Dunes

Rising from the coastline of western Tasmania like soft, shapeshifting mountains, the Henty sand dunes are natural wonders on the outskirts of the town of ...  Read more

Lake St Clair

Reaching depths of nearly 700 feet, not only is Lake St Clair the deepest lake in Australia, it may very well be the most beautiful. Set at an elevation of ...  Read more

Macquarie Island

A 21-mile-long island in the southwest corner of the Pacific Ocean, lying halfway between Australia and Antarctica, Macquarie is the only landmass in the world ...  Read more

Mount Field National Park

Tasmania is known for its stunning scenery and wealth of natural beauty, and of the island’s 19 national parks, Mount Field National Park is the oldest of ...  Read more

Russell Falls

Visitors to Russell Falls face a difficult question concerning the surrounding beauty: Is it the lush environment and deep green foliage that give this area ...  Read more

Sarah Island

Modern Australia was famously founded by boatloads of British convicts, and Sarah Island off of western Tasmania was once reserved for the worst offenders. ...  Read more

Strahan

Three hours from Devonport, on the secluded west coast of Tasmania, the fishing village of Strahan is a unique holiday destination. A small community built ...  Read more

Battery Point

This quiet suburb just south of Hobart was established in 1818, and while extravagant houses and luxury homes now dot the landscape of this prestigious town, ...  Read more

Ben Lomond National Park

The craggy mountain of Ben Lomond looms over the national park that takes its name. A haven for winter-time skiers and clement-weather hikers, Ben Lomond ...  Read more

Boag's Center for Beer Lovers (Boag's Brewery)

Beer lovers and history buffs alike will find what they’re looking for inside Launceston’s historic Tamar Hotel, dating back to 1826 and today housing the ...  Read more

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