Is Tasmania on your Australia travel bucket list? Don't miss these 19 places!

19 Best Places to Visit in Tasmania

Wineglass Bay, Tasmania - Tomorrow we start our 1 year Australia road trip. Visit the blog!

Bucket List - Our 1 Year Road Trip in Australia

Wineglass Bay, Freycinet National Park, Tasmania, Australia - Beautiful Places to Visit

Battery Point, Hobart, Tasmania / 10 free things to do in Hobart / A Globe Well Travelled

10 free things to do in Hobart

This quaint Tasmanian capital can easily be done on a budget. There are plenty of free things to do in Hobart!

Prison Colony Church Port Arthur - Tasmania, Australia. You have to visit this place. Spent a day here. Such a stark and cruel history in such a beautiful setting.

TAS - Port Arthur - Prison Colony Church Port Arthur - a stark and cruel history in such a beautiful setting.

Richmond, Tasmania- Austrailia's oldest bridge... Such bitter sweet history I saw in this village

I loved visiting Richmond, Tasmania and here is a photo I took of Richmond Bridge which was built in 1823 under harsh conditions using convict labour. Photo by Monica Thomas.

Penny Royal Water Mill, Launceston, Tasmania, Australia by Elaine Teague

Penny Royal Water Mill, Launceston, Tasmania, Australia by Elaine Teague

The Bicheno Blowhole on Tasmania's East Coast, a Tasmanian 'must see'. #bicheno #tasmania #discovertasmania Image Credit: Paul D'Ambra

The Bicheno Blowhole on Tasmania's East Coast, a Tasmanian 'must see'.Also a great viewing spot for the hundreds of penguins that make their way up the rocks and onto land for whatever it is that pengies do at night.

Having a devil of a time at Bonorong Wildlife Sanctuary in Tasmania's south

- Having a devil of a time at Bonorong Wildlife Sanctuary in Tasmania's (Australia) south Image Credit: Anelda Lötter Photography

Battery Point, Hobart, Tasmania, Australia

Australia: A Hobart City Break

Explore the quaint city of Hobart - capital of Tasmania in Australia - on a city break.

Night lights in Hobart’s Salamanca Place. The iconic warehouses were built by convicts in the 1830s using sandstone quarried on site.Today they house an eclectic range of cafes, restaurants, artisan retail outlets, art galleries and performance spaces, and form the backdrop to Hobart’s famous weekly Salamanca Market. #salmanca #tasmania #discovertasmania #hobart Image Credit: Kathryn Leahy

Night lights in Hobart’s Salamanca Place. The iconic warehouses were built by convicts in the 1830s using sandstone quarried on site.Today they house an eclectic range of cafes, restaurants, artisan retail outlets, art galleries and performance spaces, and form the backdrop to Hobart’s famous weekly Salamanca Market. #salmanca #tasmania #discovertasmania #hobart Image Credit: Kathryn Leahy

19th century cottage in historic Battery Point, Hobart, Tasmania, Australia by Andrew Watson

century cottage in historic Battery Point, Hobart, Tasmania, Australia by Andrew Watson

Battery Point Tasmania

Battery Point Tasmania

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