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Tasmania

Over a third of Tasmania is National Park making it ideal driving country. From the beautiful Cradle Mountain, clad with mountain peaks, icy streams, glacial lakes and alpine heathlands. to the craggy coastline and pristine white beaches of Freycinet National Park, 'Tassie' is a state of wild landscapes, a pleasant, temperate climate and a rich history.

 

Cradle Mountain & Freycinet

Cradle

You’re never far from a park or reserve in Tasmania and you will be astounded at their beauty and diversity. Dense forests line highways, dark rivers tumble through steep gorges, deep and wide lakes open up before you. From the beautiful Cradle Mountain, clad with mountain peaks, icy streams, glacial lakes and alpine heathlands. to the craggy coastline and pristine white beaches of Freycinet National Park, 'Tassie' is a state of wild landscapes, a pleasant, temperate climate and a rich history.

Hobart

Hobart

This small, scenic capital, famous for its harbourside charm, Georgian buildings, fantastic food and wine, and friendly locals is a great holiday spot either for a short break, or as the beginning of a longer tour of Tasmania.

 

Launceston

Launceston

Launceston is Tasmania’s second largest city and has redefined itself as a cultural hub with vibrant cafes, museums and open parkland. It’s noted for it’s Georgian and Victorian Streetscapes, the wild and beautiful Cataract Gorge as well as its parks and gardens. This is also the starting point for many of the extended tours around the island.

Strahan

Strahan

Strahan lies on the west coast of Tasmania and was historically a timber and fishing centre. Perched on the Franklin River and close to Macquarie Harbour and Sarah Island, once one of Tasmania's most brutal penal colonies.The town is the now a gateway to the wilderness wonder of the Gordon-Franklin Wild Rivers National Park, which can be explored by yacht, jet boat, helicopter or 4WD. Just 4 miles west is Tasmania's longest beach (Ocean Beach - 17 miles long) where platypus can be found in the creeks that run up to the beach.