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Tasmania Things To Do: 50 EPIC Tasmania Bucket List Items

Tasmania Things To Do: 50 EPIC Tasmania Bucket List Items

Looking for Tasmania things to do? Look no further. Written by a local, here are 45 MUST-DO Tasmania bucket list items for your adventure.

Best Waterfalls in Tasmania

The Best (& Most Inspiring) Waterfalls to Visit in Tasmania

Tasmania has well over 200 falls to choose from that are scattered all across this wild and rugged island state. These are the best waterfalls in Tasmania.

best photo spots in Tasmania, the most instagrammable locations! From cradle mountain, to bay of fires, to freycinet national park!

15 Most Instagrammable Photo Spots in Tasmania

best photo spots in Tasmania, the most instagrammable locations! From cradle mountain, to bay of fires, to freycinet national park!

Luxury, Unique Accommodation Tasmania Australia

Quirky, Luxury Accommodation – Tasmania

Tasmania has some of the finest accommodation in Australia. These are the best Quirky and Spectacular places to stay on the Island. Luxury rooms with a view

5 best places near Bay of Fires

4 best places around Binalong Bay and Bay of Fires Tasmania. Insider tips from local photographer, Angela Siejka, who owns a holiday home.

The Best (& Most Inspiring) Waterfalls to Visit in Tasmania

Tasmania has well over 200 falls to choose from that are scattered all across this wild and rugged island state. These are the best waterfalls in Tasmania.

Hobart to Launceston Road Trip: 8 Day Tasmania Itinerary

The best way to see Tasmania is by self drive road trip. Check out our 8 day Tasmania itinerary from Hobart to Launceston to plan your perfect Tassie break.

Iron Blow Lookout - Former Open Cut Mine #Queenstown #Tasmania Article and photo for think-tasmania.com

Iron Blow: Queenstown | think-tasmania.com

In 1883, gold was discovered at a site known as the Iron Blow. These days, visitors to the cantilevered lookout are offered fantastic views over the former open cut mine and the iconic landscape of Linda Valley in west coast Tasmania. Iron Blow Lookout: former open-cut mine Iron Blow Viewing Pla ...

Platypus House: Tasmania's Monotreme Wonderland - Chasing Ronin

Discover the unique world of monotremes at Platypus House. Learn about the iconic Platypus and Echidnas with their educational guided tour.

Things to do in Freycinet National Park, Tasmania

Freycinet National Park offers an array of natural fauna and flora. Here's our tips to make the most of a trip to this stunning spot.

5 best places near Bay of Fires

4 best places around Binalong Bay and Bay of Fires Tasmania. Insider tips from local photographer, Angela Siejka, who owns a holiday home.

The Tamar Valley Resort is located in the Swiss-style village of Grindelwald, Northern Tasmania. The village of Grindelwald was established in the 1980s as a unique residential development. All houses in Grindelwald have been built in Swiss style, with wide eaves, flowerboxes, window shutters and balconies. The settlement is fringed with glassy lakes and views of the Tamar Valley.The Swiss-themed Tamar Valley Resort at Grindelwald includes a range of accommodation, a shopping arcade, general…

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, hairdresser, day spa, golf pro shop, chocolate cafe, 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…

Take an Off-the-Beaten-Path road trip on the Tarkine Drive in Tasmania, Australia. This remote road trip goes through the north west corner of the state to old growth forests and remote coastline. It's the traditional land of the Tarkiner indigenous people and is full of their history and culture. It is currently under threat from logging and mining, but eco-tourism is growing. Road trip Tasmania. Tarkine region, Tasmania. #Tarkine #Tasmania #RoadTrip #Australia

Tarkine Drive, Tasmania, Australia Road Trip Guide

Take an Off-the-Beaten-Path road trip on the Tarkine Drive in Tasmania, Australia. This remote road trip goes through the north west corner of the state to old growth forests and remote coastline. It's the traditional land of the Tarkiner indigenous people and is full of their history and culture. It is currently under threat from logging and mining, but eco-tourism is growing. Road trip Tasmania. Tarkine region, Tasmania. #Tarkine #Tasmania #RoadTrip #Australia

Tasmania, Australia is well known for its pristine wilderness. From Hobart, drive an hour west along the Derwent Valley to Mount Field National Park to explore the waterfalls and walks.

Mount Field Waterfalls & Walks | Curious Campers

Tasmania, Australia is well known for its pristine wilderness. From Hobart, drive an hour west along the Derwent Valley to Mount Field National Park to explore the waterfalls and walks.

Fern Glade is a nature reserve in Burnie on the North West coast of Tasmania. This hidden reserve is the perfect place to spot the elusive Platypus. #Travel #Australia #Tasmania #Platypus #FernGlade #Burnie

Fern Glade: Tasmania’s Hidden Nature Reserve

Fern Glade is a nature reserve in Burnie on the North West coast of Tasmania. This hidden reserve is the perfect place to spot the elusive Platypus. #Travel #Australia #Tasmania #Platypus #FernGlade #Burnie

4 secret spots in Tasmania's north west only known to locals. Our insider guide to where to go to avoid the crowds, thanks to Tall Timbers Adventures.

17 things to do in north west Tasmania

Of all the places to visit in Tasmania, to me, Tasmania’s North West region is the most diverse and captivating. There’s the largest cool temperate rainforest in the southern hemisphere, button grass plains and rugged coastal shores. North West Tasmania is an area steeped in history, with great food and gardens, lookouts, walking trails and for those that enjoy a little adventure, there’s kayaking, fishing, 4WD tracks, helicopter flights and beaches bragging some of the wildest surf in…