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Immerse yourself in the Tasmanian countryside or select a beautiful holiday rental by the sea. Find old fabulous lettings with modern cons in urban areas including Launceston or Hobart. Hobart is ideal for families, first time visitors and to be close to the sea. Choose a luxury property in Strahan, in the middle of green fields and hills or enjoy a secluded rental near Cradle Mountain. Set your base and wake up in a dream called… Tasmania!Live it, enjoy it and wake up in it!
Find the comfort and convenience of a long stay in a fabulous rental with rooms for guests and great cooking facilities with open plan living spaces. Gather the family together, celebrate with a group of friends, spend your honeymoon with your other half or just travel solo and discover the beauty of the island. Find exclusive holiday rentals with ocean views or secluded properties surrounded with a green scenery. Start planning your visit to Tassie’s greatest places!
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The area and getting around
Tasmania is the perfect island for reconnecting with nature, wildlife and your taste buds. Nestled to the south of Australia’s mainland, this little paradise is surrounded by small islands and incredible secluded beaches to unwind, spend the day or even the week. The stunning beauty of the island captivates the most experienced traveller. Visit Hobart, the capital city, embark on an adventure hiking mountain peaks, enjoy the white sand and blue waters of Freycinet National Park or indulge in delicious oysters, cheese, wine and fresh apple cider on Bruny Island. Wild and beautiful, Tasmania has heritage cities including Launceston, which makes the perfect base for your holidays, close to natural sites, lakes and waterfalls.Getting around Tasmania
As an island, Tasmania has so much to offer not just in terms of entertainment and activities but also of tours, fishing a boat trips. It is easy to get to on the car ferry departing from Melbourne and heading to Devonport, Tasmania. Once you get there, a car is the best way to make your way around the island. Enjoy road trips following the Great Eastern Drive, visit Tassie or attend the Huon Valley’s Mid Winter festival. There is no shortage of fun and things to do. So get ready and start planning your trip to Tasmania!
Travellers and activities
As driving is the easiest way to get to see the island, road trips are one of the favourite things to do in Tasmania. You can take in some of Tasmania’s most incredible wilderness on this action-packed drive. Start your road trip in Hobart and head to Maria Island National Park for the day of bushwalking and hiking and a two-hour walk around the World Heritage-listed Darlington convict settlement. Drive up north along the coast to enjoy the white sandy beaches and pink granite peaks of Freycinet Peninsula. Take a dip in the ocean, go surfing and stop by Kate Berry’s Farm or visit the Milton Vineyard to sip their famous Riesling and Pinot noir. Spend the night in Great Oyster Bay and continue the next day to Wineglass Bay and enjoy a seven-mile hike in Wineglass Bay and Hazards Beach Circuit. If you prefer a quieter day, relax under the sun and swim in the sheltered waters of Honeymoon Bay. Continuing up north you will arrive at East Coast Natureworld, home of the Tasmanian Devil, quolls, koalas, snakes and parrots. End up your trip in the Bay of Fires where you’ll find a bunch of idyllic lunch spots.Tasmania for photography lovers
Are you travelling with your camera everywhere? Tasmania has incredible spots to create incredible memories. Capture the nuances and shades through the fields of purple in Bridestowe Lavender Estate or immortalize the Bay of Fires and its striking orange rock in contrast with turquoise waters. You might come across wallabies, kangaroos, echidnas, wombats, Tasmanian devils too so get your camera ready at any time! For more wildlife, take an Eco Tour cruise and spot some dolphins, whales or seals. Find spectacular waterfalls and admire the 1000-year-old-trees in the forests of Cradle Mountain-Lake St Clair National Park. Take incredible shots of incredible landscapes of mossy myrtles, sub-alpine heathlands and vast green plains.
Did you know besides having the cleanest air on the planet, Tasmania also has the oldest trees in the world?
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World-class wineries are awaiting those wine enthusiasts. The Tamar Valley is dotted with excellent wineries where you can sample the best Australian sparkling wines. Visit Clover Hill Wines or Sinapius Wines, a family-run winery well-known for their aromatic wines. What about a sip of good wine paired with a gourmet experience? This is possible at Josef Chromy Wines. Cheers!2. A taste of gourmet Tasmania
The island’s produce is as fresh as its cuisine. Start a flavour-filled journey around the island starting in Hobart, the capital. Enjoy some brunch at the Pigeon Hole Café, have a fabulous dinner at Templo, a sourdough doughnut from Lady Hester at the Farm Gate Market or sip a refreshing ale at the Shambles Brewery. Taste the best apples from Huon Valley and combine gastronomic stops in Port Arthur to go to the Bangor, Wine & Oyster Shed or enjoy a sophisticated fine dining at the Peacock and Jones.3. Go island hopping
From all the islands around Tasmania, there are five you can explore and enjoy easily. Go on an island hopping trip to immerse in the fine sandy beaches of Flinders, enjoy the wildlife of the rugged area of Macquarie, and enjoy a picnic by the water in Bruny Island on its most popular sandy isthmus known as the Neck. Maria Island is a haven for rare wildlife, so here you can discover Tasmania’s island wilderness! The island has no cars and no shops. It is ideal for beach days and the incredible Maria Island Walk, a four-day guided walk in this world heritage natural park. Another island is King Island, home to unique seabirds and wildlife and Cape Wickham Lighthouse, the tallest lighthouse in the Southern Hemisphere! Surfing enthusiasts flock to Martha Lavinia Beach on King Island for its great surfing conditions. But not only water sports are the main attraction. In King Island you have three golf courses as well: Ocean Dunes, Cape Wickham and King Island Golf Club.4. Pampering in Tasmania
Even if you stay active during your holidays you also need some time for relaxing and enjoying a bit of calm. Tasmania's beautiful environment provides the purest local ingredients, so you can have a therapeutic escape. Far from jobs, daily tasks and pollution now it’s time to pamper yourself. Have a relaxing treatment at any spa for a unique wellbeing experience. Revitalize your inner self, restore your balance and glow on the outside. Select a spa in town for a massage, a facial and a manicure or have special and personalized body treatments in an incredible luxury resort within the Tasmanian wilderness, where all you will hear is the chirping of the birds and the water running down the streams. Book for an hour, half-day or even a full-day treatment!5. Scenic flights
The Tasmanian landscape is outstanding but seeing it from above is even more beautiful! Take a scenic flight and experience some of the most incredible views and waterways in the country. Admire Tasmania's ancient rainforest, the rugged mountains and the incredible coastline dotted with white sandy beaches. Take a flight with a seaplane over Gordon River, a helicopter flight over Cradle Mountain, drift away on a hot air balloon, try the fixed-wing charters or get on high-speed military fast jets.