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What to Do in Tasmania Australia
Looking for things to do in Tasmania? Australia's smallest state offers so much in the way of beaches, mountains, food and wine, and historic sites.
Slide through the Forest Wait…. you can actually do this!? Yep! Someone was feeling equally playful and inventive the day they said they were going to build a huge slide through the forest. Check it out at dismal swamp on the North West Coast. The Absolute BEST Things to do in Tasmania (top 50)
Wildlife Rescue at Bonorong Wildlife Sanctuary, Tasmania - SELIMS RAASTA
Tasmania hits so many spots on our top experiences when travelling – stunning natural beauty, pristine beaches, unique national parks, gourmet food and wine – and the best of it all, seeing such an abundance of wildlife and none which we had ever seen before! We fell in love with the east coast and enjoyed the brief time in Hobart, a really great city set amongst the hills and the sea. Nature is never far from the city and within a half hour drive from Hobart, you come to Bonorong Wildlife…
Grindelwald Swiss Village (Attraction)
Grindelwald is a 15-minute drive north of Launceston (15 kilometres) in the Tamar Valley. The Swiss-themed Tamar Valley Resort at Grindelwald includes a range of activities including, a shopping arcade, news and gift store, clothing store, golf pro shop, cafe and Bakery you can test your skill at the 18-hole mini-golf course, or play a round on the ten-hole public golf course, paddle boat hire and canoeing on the lake, and then have a jump on the world's longest bouncing pillow available for…
The Freycinet Paddle in Tasmania is the perfect way to experience Freycinet National Park in 3 hours. The Freycinet Paddle was listed #4 must-do experience in Australia on the Nine Network’s Things to Try Before you Die. On this relaxed guided tour of the Freycinet coastline you’ll glide beneath pink granite mountains, past pristine sandy beaches and across waters so clear you feel you can touch the marine life below.
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28 Photos That Will Make You Want to Visit Tasmania
This post was originally published in 2015 and has since been updated with even more reasons to visit Tasmania. Rugged, harsh, wild and unpredictable. These are just a few words that come to mind to describe Tasmania! A few words which may spring to mind when you first visit Tasmania! Tasmania is an island state in Australia that for decades has been known as remote and isolated. Compared to the rest of Australia, "Tassie" as the locals affectionately call it, has remained rather…
10 of the Best Places to Visit in Tasmania for an Unforgettable Trip
This post was first published in 2015 but has been updated in 2019 with the most recent information on the best places to visit in Tasmania. Our recent trip to Tasmania was…well…UNFORGETTABLE! Between the rolling pastures peppered with farm animals, rugged remote wilderness, lush green rainforests, vibrant cities, and exciting arts and food scene, Tasmania really does have all the ingredients for a perfect trip. The travel experts (the folks at Lonely Planet) agree, naming it one of the Best…
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47.5k Likes, 409 Comments - Australia (@australia) on Instagram: “This picturesque spot is Cataract Gorge Reserve in @Tasmania. A unique and natural formation, it's…”
48 hours in Hobart, Tasmania - Lonely Planet
The naughty weekend away in Hobart has become de rigeur for mainland Australians and with 48 hours to play with you’ll get a true taste of this photogenic…
14 Awesome Things To Do In Hobart
With the must-visit event of winter Dark Mofo at MONA cranking up, it’s time to get to Hobart and party! Here are the very best restaurants, cafes and things to do in Hobart.
Top ten experiences in Tasmania
Tasmania is still Australia, but beguilingly and bewitchingly it’s just that little bit different. It’s compact enough to ‘do’ in a week and layered enough to keep bringing you back. The island state produces gourmet food and wine, and a ﬂourishing arts scene and a burgeoning urban cool point to a positive and vibrant future. Tasmania’s past incorporates an often tragic Aboriginal and convict history, much of it vital to understanding the story of Australia itself.