Tasmania, Australia has everything you need to enjoy a Tour. Whether you want to relax, step back in time at historical sites, try your hand at adventure sports or chill out in blissful wilderness, you can do it all in Tasmania.
To get there from mainland Australia, you can either fly, or take the ferry to Tasmania. This ferry, the Spirit of Tasmania, travels between either Sydney or Melbourne and Devonport, on the central north coast of Tasmania.
There is plenty of accommodation in Tasmania and amazing Tours, including charming Bed and Breakfasts, luxury resorts, holiday apartments, hotels and motels. Camping in Tasmania is also a very popular option.
Situated at the mouth of the Derwent River and at the base of Mt Wellington, Hobart is an ideal city to centre your vacation.
With loads of things to do and some of the most awesome scenery, Launceston, Tasmania, is a great place to visit.
This area of Tasmania, stretching from Devonport to Cradle Mountain, is full of fascinating history, nature, forests, beaches and amazing scenery.
Tasmania Tourist Attractions
Tasmania has scores of attractions that cater for travellers of all interests. The See Tasmania Card is a worthwhile investment offering entry to many attractions.
If you want to travel around Tasmania, car hire is a geat option or there are a number of major cities that are ideal locations to base yourself, such as Launceston, Hobart and Devonport. Most of the best attractions in Tasmania are easily accessible from these places.
For anyone keen on trekking in Tasmania there are many pristine national parks that are perfect, including Cradle Mountain, one of the most famous. Make sure you take a detailed map of Tasmania and suitable provisions. The weather can get cold in some regions and is unpredictable.
Watch out for sightings of a unique creature, the Tasmanian Devil, which is only found in the state of Tasmania.
If you’re visiting in late December you might be lucky enough to see the finish of the Sydney to Hobart yacht race. The finish line for this famous event is Constitution Dock.
Before your holiday, make sure you contact Tourism Tasmania to help plan your trip.