With a rich Aboriginal culture dating back more than 35,000 years, it's no surprise Tasmania is one of Australia’s most treasured destinations.
This beautiful island state turns heads thanks to its thriving gallery and gastronomy scene, plus its bounty of natural wonders, like Bruny Island. Boasting some of Australia’s finest beaches, mistiest mountaintops, loneliest patches of wilderness and most elusive animals, Tasmania is a nature lover’s wonderland. It also happens to be the only place in Australia where you can witness the spectacular Aurora Australis, the Southern Hemisphere’s answer to the northern lights.
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Explore Cradle Mountain National Park and the Bay of Fires on this nature-filled...
Discover the untamed beauty of north west Tasmania on a 5-day tour departing from...
From your base in historic Port Arthur, walk a section of the famous three capes track...
Explore the best of south eastern Tasmania, from Hobart to Bruny Island to Port Arthur,...
Tasmania may be just across the ditch from mainland Australia, but when it comes to...
Get out of town and explore the stunning Bay of Fires region up close on this five-day...
Explore Maria Island where you’ll discover convict history and First Nations sites, go...
Discover the best of Tasmania’s East Coast coastal walks with Intrepid. From Launceston...
Tackle one of Australia’s greatest treks, among some of its most incredible scenery, on...
Hike the Tarkine region in Tasmania on a 6-day walking trip with inclusions like...
Discover the rugged beauty of Bruny Island on a Bruny Island 6-day hiking trip with an...
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Hiking in Cradle Mountain
Despite some stiff competition, Cradle Mountain is arguably Tasmania’s, if not Australia’s, finest place for hiking. Choose from leisurely strolls along elevated boardwalks to intermediate overnight hikes to the 80km long Overland Track. View our Cradle Mountain tours.
A Toast To Wineglass Bay
From Freycinet’s breathtaking lookout, Wineglass Bay looks like it belongs in the Whitsundays. Climb up to one of many vantage points for the perfect photo opportunity, or cool off in some of the clearest waters you’ll ever likely enter.
Tasmania’s only inland city, Launceston charms with its attractive riverside setting, elegant 19th Century architecture, picturesque alpine backdrop, and nearness to the vineyards of the Tamar Valley.
The Henty Dunes
Reaching heights of 30 metres and stretching for 15 km along Ocean Beach, the Henty Dunes are the place for thrill-seeking adventurers. Choose between tobogganing, quad biking and sandboarding.
Containing within its borders approximately 1800 square kilometres of rainforest, 60 species of rare, threatened or endangered flora and fauna, and a high concentration of Aboriginal sites, the Tarkine Forest Reserve is one of Tasmania’s greatest natural treasures.
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