Tasmania

The Big Lap – Part 3

Join us on Part 3 of our mammoth adventure throughout Australia. Check out Part 1, where we started in Western Australia and headed along the South Australian coastline. Part 2 followed the journey towards Melbourne. Now, welcome to the Tasmanian leg! If only we could continue the drive to Tasmania! Take a well-earned driving break … Continued

Outdoor delights in Northern Tasmania

Think that Tasmania’s best natural wonders are in the south? Think again. As the weather begins to heat up, there are so many great outdoor adventures that you can take in the state’s north. Here are our top picks for outdoor activities in this impressive part of Tasmania. Cradle Mountain Visiting Cradle Mountain is a … Continued

Delights along the highway

Running from the north of the state to the south, the Midland Highway is the gateway to an assortment of towns and landmarks just off the main road. CAMPBELL TOWN Your first stop on your journey south has to be historical Campbell Town, located less than an hour out of Launceston. Campbell Town is the … Continued

Tasmania’s wildlife hotspots

Want the chance to see Tasmania’s most well-known native animals in their natural habitats? Here are the best places to see the Tasmanian devil and the Tasmanian pademelon up close and personal. Tasmanian Devil The Apple Isle is the only place that you can see Tasmania’s most recognisable native animal – the Tasmanian devil. These … Continued

See Tasmania from the sky

Whether it’s in a hot air balloon, a helicopter or a charter plane, we love seeing some of Australia’s best tourist destinations and natural wonders from above. There’s nothing quite like soaring through the air as you watch picturesque scenery pass by. Tasmania has many incredible destinations that you can experience from above, so add … Continued

Winter activities in Tasmania

Heading south for wintertime? Here are three fantastic activities to do if you visit Tasmania this winter. DARK MOFO June marks the start of Tasmania’s premier art festival: Dark Mofo. Hosted by the Museum of Old and New Art (MONA) in Hobart’s north, the festival brings the very best local and international artists to Tasmania. … Continued

Where to find Tasmania’s best views

Tasmania is home to some of the best views in the country.  The entire state is covered in national parks, nature reserves and natural wonders, with views that’ll have you reaching for your camera around every corner. With so many awe-inspiring views to feast your eyes on, we’ve narrowed down the list to our top … Continued

Explore Australia’s top spooky spots

Whether you’re a sceptic, a scaredy-cat or a diehard paranormal believer, there’s no denying the excitement you feel on a ghost tour. When you visit a haunted site, you can’t help but get sucked into the mystery of its disturbing past. These spooky sites are bursting with history and secrecy – they’re the perfect way … Continued

Tasmania’s own top end

The lush greenery of Northern Tasmania is a far cry from the savannas of the Northern Territory; its babbling streams and bucolic panoramas bear no resemblance to Kakadu, but Tassie’s very own Top End holds its own on the national stage. Binalong Bay and the Bay of Fires Start your Tassie Top End voyage with … Continued

The Great Eastern Drive

Exploring Tasmania: five days, 300 kilometres and numerous unforgettable experiences. DAY ONE: Hobart to Orford – 78 kilometres Kickstart your holiday by spending the day on beautiful Maria Island. Beginning in Hobart, take a leisurely hour’s drive down the Tasman Highway to Triabunna. From here, board the ferry that will take you on the 30-minute … Continued

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