Tasmania

Tasmania Attractions

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Russell Falls

4 star rating: Recommended 7 Reviews

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

Mount Field National Park

4 star rating: Recommended 1 Review

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

Derwent River

4 star rating: Recommended 144 Reviews

Hobart is set on the Derwent River estuary, which sets it apart as one of the world’s great sailing cities and harbors. Take a cruise by jet boat or ferry ...  Read more

Cradle Mountain

4 star rating: Recommended 28 Reviews

Cradle Mountain is a world-famous wild and beautiful World Heritage area of glacial mountains, pristine lakes and legendary hiking and bushwalking. This unique ...  Read more

Huon Valley

4 star rating: Recommended 19 Reviews

Tasmania’s apple orchard, the Huon Valley is a lush and pretty region on Hobart’s doorstep. Centering on the little riverside town of Huonville, on the ...  Read more

Bonorong Wildlife Sanctuary

4 star rating: Recommended 18 Reviews

Experts at Bonorong Wildlife Sanctuary have been nursing some of Australia’s most-beloved creatures back to health since 1981. When the park first opened, its ...  Read more

Freycinet National Park

4 star rating: Recommended 9 Reviews

One of Tasmania’s most popular coastal holiday spots, Freycinet National Park is backed by the pink-tinged granite outcrops known as the Hazards. Low-lying ...  Read more

Battery Point

4 star rating: Recommended 4 Reviews

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

Sullivan's Cove

4 star rating: Recommended 3 Reviews

Sullivan’s Cove, a waterfront district on the western shore of the Derwent River, was the original settlement of the British in Tanzania. Boats from around ...  Read more

Cataract Gorge

3.5 star rating: Worth doing 16 Reviews

Launceston’s ruggedly beautiful Cataract Gorge is a popular highlight for visitors, combining dramatic natural landscapes and Victorian-era landscaping right ...  Read more

Maritime Museum of Tasmania

3.5 star rating: Worth doing 5 Reviews

Hobart’s heart lies on the sea, and as an island Tasmania’s history is inextricably bound to the water. If you’d like to learn more about Tasmania’s ...  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

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

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