Tasmania is an island that’ll capture your imagination, lure you in and make you never want to leave. It’s different, yet comforting and wholesome.

Read the guides here and you’ll find somewhere that’ll inspire you. It may be the beaches, mountains, wineries, historic sites or the cute little villages. Enjoy Tasmania!

Hobart & South East Tasmania

There’s so much to see within a short drive of the capital city.

Hobart

We’re not saying you should visit Hobart just because it’s the capital of Tasmania. Hobart is an amazing destination in ...
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Bruny Island

Bruny Island is a special part of Tasmania that’s been popular with locals for decades and is now becoming more ...
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famous Richmond Bridge

Richmond

Richmond is a charming historic village not far from Hobart, that’s filled with charm, character and warmth. It’s one of ...
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Cygnet

Cygnet is a cute, green and pretty village and farming area in the Huon Valley, south of Hobart. It’s location ...
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Beach and sunset at Cloudy Bay, Bruny Island

Cloudy Bay

Cloudy Bay is a highly rated beach at the very southern end of Bruny Island in Tasmania. Due to its ...
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Adventure Bay beach, Bruny Island

Adventure Bay

If there’s one thing that everyone who visits Bruny Island can agree upon, it’s that Adventure Bay is one of ...
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Constitution Dock marina

Constitution Dock

Region: South-East Tasmania Hobart’s waterfront docks, once built for more practical purposes of managing shipping, are now the liveliest part ...
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Snug Falls Tasmania

Snug Falls

In Tasmania's south is the popular Snug Falls, a gorgeous high waterfall on Snug River. It’s a popular day trip ...
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Tasman Bridge Hobart

Tasman Bridge

Region: South-East Tasmania The Tasman Bridge is a five-lane bridge that spans the Derwent River at Hobart, Tasmania, Australia, near ...
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The Neck Lookout

An almost compulsory thing to do in Bruny Island is visit The Neck Lookout. The Neck is a narrow, long ...
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Pelverata Falls

Pelverata Falls, located in the Snug Tiers Nature Reserve south of Hobart, is a spectacular waterfall that plunges from a ...
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Sphinx Rock

Mount Wellington is full of great scenic lookouts and walks of varying distances to suit all ages and abilities. Even ...
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Myrtle Gully Falls

Myrtle Gully Falls

One of the great things about Hobart is that one minute you can be in the city, a few minutes ...
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trees at New Norfolk Tasmania

New Norfolk

Have landscape and architecture always held a place in your heart? If yes, then New Norfolk in Tasmania is one ...
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Goat Bluff Lookout

Separating Calverts and Hope Beach, you’ll find Goat Bluff Lookout, a 500-meter-long piece of 30-meter-high cliffed sandstone cliffs. Goat Bluff ...
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Hop fields at Bushy Park Tasmania

Bushy Park

Bushy Park is a charming small community in Derwent Valley which is located in the South Eastern region of Tasmania ...
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Huon Valley Tasmania

Huon Valley

The Huon Valley is a lovely region south of Hobart in Tasmania. It’s fully of green hills, cute country riverside ...
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Eggs and Bacon Bay

If you're planning a worthwhile trip in Tasmania, Eggs and Bacon Bay may be what you are looking for. Situated ...
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Tasman Peninsula

From blowholes and stunning cliffs, wild animals and a convict penal settlement, there’s lots to see here.

Tasman Peninsula & Port Arthur

About a one hour drive south-east of Hobart is the beautiful Tasman Peninsula. This place is full of natural beauty ...
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Sunrise and calm waters at Tessellated Pavement, in Eaglehawk Neck Tasmania

Tessellated Pavement

Situated on the eastern side of a thin isthmus, between high cliffs and the rugged sea is Tessellated Pavement, Tasmania’s ...
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Devils Kitchen

Located on the rugged east side of the Tasman Peninsula, you’ll see Devils Kitchen, a dramatic piece of coastline. Devils ...
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Doo Town

Doo Town is a quirky little beachside town located on the Tasman Peninsula on the way to Tasman's Arch, the ...
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Cape Raoul Lookout & Walk

Cape Raoul is the third of Tasmania's Three Capes Track's three capes. However, you will need to drive to the ...
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Tasmans Arch rock arch with water underneath

Tasmans Arch

Tasmans Arch is a tall natural bridge in the sea cliffs of the Tasman Peninsula, that has also been carved ...
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White Beach Tasmania

Nubeena & White Beach

Nubeena and White Beach are tranquil, picturesque places on the Tasman Peninsula near the Port Arthur Historic Site. It's a ...
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Tasman National Park Lookout

Tasman National Park Lookout

When approaching the Tasman Peninsula from the Arthur Highway, you’ll soon notice as you drive down the hill that there ...
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Fortescue Bay

Fortescue Bay

Want to travel to Tasmania and spend time at one of the most stunning beach locations? Fortescue Bay might be ...
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East Coast Tasmania

The sunniest part of Tasmania, also some of the best beaches, hiking and camping.

Coles Bay & Freycinet National Park

We’re going to try and tell you all the things to do in Coles Bay and the Freycinet National Park, ...
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Bicheno

For a small village on the east coast of Tasmania, Bicheno offers so much for tourists. It’s a beach-town at ...
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Ansons Bay

If you’re looking for a beachside holiday location that’s quiet and ultra laid-back, Ansons Bay on Tasmania’s north east is ...
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Honeymoon Bay

Honeymoon Bay, in Tasmania’s Freycinet National Park, is a beautiful, appropriately called beach. This charming little bay is surrounded by ...
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Mount Amos

Mount Amos is part of the Hazards, a group of granite mountains that tower over Coles Bay and Freycinet National ...
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Schouten Island

Schouten Island is an isolated sanctuary located just 1.6 kilometres south of Freycinet Peninsula and is ideal for snorkelling, kayaking, ...
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Hazards Beach on East Coast Tasmania

Hazards Beach

There are many amazing beaches on Tasmania’s East Coast, unfortunately it’s easy to run out of time to enjoy them ...
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Bicheno Blowhole erupting water

Bicheno Blowhole

Bicheno is a charming tiny fishing and holiday town on Tasmania's east coast, close to the Bay of Fires, Freycinet ...
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Eddystone Point Lighthouse Tasmania

Eddystone Point Lighthouse

Just 18km north of Ansons Bay is the Eddystone Point Lighthouse, inside the Mount William National Park. The land here ...
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Little Musselroe Bay

Little Musselroe Bay

In north east Tasmania, in a quiet corner that’s a bit further north than where most campers and tourists venture, ...
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Scamander Tasmania

Scamander

Fancy a seaside holiday with wide white sandy beaches and breath-taking views? Then a visit to the stunning coastal town ...
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Beaumaris Tasmania

Beaumaris

Beaumaris is a peaceful beachside community in the local government area of Break O'Day which is in the North East ...
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Launceston & Northern Tasmania

Small and friendly cities, cute villages, relaxed beach towns and more.

Launceston

The second largest city in Tasmania, and the hub of the north, is Launceston. Forget what those southerners in Hobart ...
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Stanley

Stanley is a cute, picture-perfect little village in the north-west of Tasmania. It’s got history, character and reminds people of ...
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Longford

Longford in Tasmania’s Northern Midlands is a beautiful country village with an abundance of history and class for those keen ...
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Little Blue Lake

Too often it’s easy to get caught up with the main attractions that you miss out on some equally interesting ...
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Lulworth

Often when people think about beach towns in the north of Tasmania, they think of places like Bridport and Boat ...
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sisters beach tasmania

Sisters Beach

Sisters Beach on Tasmania's north-west coast is a spot where you may relax and enjoy the natural surroundings. Swim and ...
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Narawntapu National Park

With inlets, small islands, wetlands, sand dunes, lagoons, and an astounding variety of plants and animals, Narawntapu National Park is ...
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Halls Falls Tasmania

Halls Falls

Halls Falls is a small but beautiful waterfall in Tasmania's north-east corner. This may not possess the well-known reputation of ...
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Cradle Mountain

Cradle Mountain symbolises the clean, fresh and green image that Tasmania is known for. The Cradle Mountain - Lake St ...
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Marions Lookout Tasmania

Marions Lookout

Marions Lookout is a 10-kilometre grade 3 circuit walk in Tasmania’s Cradle Mountain Lake St Clair National Park. The hike ...
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pencil pine falls cradle mountain

Pencil Pine Falls

Are you visiting Cradle Mountain to see the beautiful scenery, but not keen or able to take on the longer ...
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Trowutta Arch North West Tasmania

Trowutta Arch

The north-west of Tasmania has some magnificent, well known nature sights including ‘The Nut’ at Stanley and the Tarkine wilderness ...
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Ben Lomond National Park

Ben Lomond is Tasmania’s second highest peak and it’s highest regions have consistent snow during most of winter, with snow ...
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Jacobs Ladder Ben Lomond

Jacobs Ladder

The best views of Ben Lomond and the surrounding area are from the top of Jacobs Ladder, a twisting route ...
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Mathinna Falls Tasmania

Mathinna Falls

Mathinna Falls is a sequence of four spectacular waterfalls totalling over 100 metres in height. You can see this beautiful ...
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Dip Falls

If you want to get off the main roads and discover a great, hidden piece of natural beauty, Dip Falls ...
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Champagne Falls Moina Tasmania

Champagne Falls

If you’re driving to Cradle Mountain, you’ll be lucky enough to see some beautiful scenery on your trip. As the ...
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Philosopher Falls Waratah North West Tasmania

Philosopher Falls

Philosopher Falls, located 9 kilometres from Waratah, is a magnificent multi-tiered waterfall surrounded by lush rain forest. The signs pointing ...
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Low Head Tasmania

Low Head

Low Head is a beautiful and gorgeous region in Northern Tasmania that is well worth seeing. Situated only a 40 ...
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Low Head Lighthouse

The quiet seaside village of Low Head is known for its maritime attractions, with the Low Head Lighthouse being a ...
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Low Head Pilot Station Maritime Museum

Low Head Pilot Station Maritime Museum

Low Head features Australia’s oldest pilot station, dating back to 1806. Fortunately for visitors, history buffs, and maritime enthusiasts, it’s ...
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weymouth tasmania

Weymouth

Tasmania’s northern coastline offers some of the most underrated hidden beach towns in the state. One of the best of ...
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Woolnorth Tasmania

Woolnorth

Tucked away in the very north-west corner is Woolnorth, Tasmania’s most surprising and thoroughly rewarding attraction. There are many aspects ...
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Hawley Beach

Calm waves, sky-blue water, breathtaking greenery, and golden sand- what else could you ask for? Hawley Beach is like a ...
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Turners Beach Tasmania

Turners Beach

Tasmania is well known for its amazing Mountains and Wild adventures. However, If you want to see the small wonderland ...
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Greens Beach Tasmania

Greens Beach

A beach holiday is an ideal way to get away from the daily grind and without a doubt, Greens Beach ...
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Bradys Lookout State Reserve

Bradys Lookout State Reserve

Bradys Lookout State Reserve, perched high above the Tamar River, offers breathtaking views of the Tamar River and surrounding green ...
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Notley Fern Gorge State Reserve

The Notley Fern Gorge State Reserve, located near the Tamar Valley in northern Tasmania, is a luscious, ancient rainforest full ...
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West Coast Tasmania


Isolated, rugged, raw and intriguing. Tasmania’s west gives curious minds a fascinating glimpse of a rough mining past and beautiful, unspoilt nature.

Strahan

Strahan is a beautiful little fishing village on the west coast of Tasmania. Despite it’s isolated location, Strahan is a ...
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Queenstown

Unlike most parts of Tasmania, you might not call Queenstown beautiful, yet it’s a must see attraction while visiting Tasmania ...
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Zeehan

Zeehan is an interesting and enjoyable village which lays at the bottom of a valley full of rainforests and hills ...
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Tullah

You may have been drawn to the west coast of Tasmania because you wanted to visit somewhere a bit more ...
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Iron Blow Lookout

A symbol of the west coast’s rugged mining past and an intriguing look at the ‘moonscape’. Iron Blow Lookout is ...
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Arthur River

Arthur River is a wonderful base for exploring the Tarkine wilderness, Tasmania's biggest tract of temperate rainforest, and is named ...
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Henty Dunes

A beautiful, open attraction on the west coast of Tasmania, Henty Dunes is a must visit destination. A wide expanse ...
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Horsetail Falls Tasmania

Horsetail Falls

Horsetail Falls is a nice walk and waterfall attraction just outside of Queenstown in Tasmania’s rugged west. It’s a tall, ...
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Ocean Beach Lookout

Ocean Beach Lookout

If you’ve made it to the rugged west coast, it’s well worth stopping in to see the view at Ocean ...
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surfer looking over the water at Marrawah Tasmania

Marrawah

Do you like beaches and the surf, but without the tourist crowds and tourist resorts? Take a look at Marrawah, ...
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Midlands & Central Tasmania

There are some interesting historic villages and beautiful nature attractions here. There not always easy to find, read the guides to learn more.

Nant Distillery in Bothwell, Tasmania

Bothwell

Bothwell is one of the classic old inland villages in Tasmania. The village is based with fertile surrounding farmlands in ...
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Oatlands

Oatlands is one of Tasmania's oldest communities, and it contains the biggest number of sandstone buildings of any Australian town, ...
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Liffey Falls

Liffey Falls State Reserve is located on the Great Western Tiers' slopes, amid a cold temperate rainforest. The falls, which ...
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Tarraleah Falls and surrounding trees

Tarraleah Falls

Tarraleah Falls (also known as Wilsons Falls) is a large waterfall located in the township of Tarraleah, in central Tasmania ...
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Ross Bridge

Ross Bridge

A trip to the Midlands region of Tasmania wouldn’t be complete without a trip to the cute, quiet historic village ...
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Great Lake

Great Lake (also known as yingina) is located 1,034 metres above sea level on Tasmania's Central Plateau. Prior to its ...
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The Book Cellar Campbell Town Tasmania

Campbell Town

The historic Campbell town is a place renowned for its impressive selection of colonial buildings, and masses of antique & ...
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South West Tasmania

South West Tasmania is mostly dense forest, however those who make the journey here enjoy some stunning, crowd-free attractions.

Gordon Dam

Many people are unaware of the hidden treasures in South West Tasmania, but those who do simply love Gordon Dam ...
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Tasmania Articles

What is Tasmania Famous for?

For those who haven’t visited Tasmania, the small island at the bottom of Australia can seem like a mystery. But ...
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three capes multi day hike tasmania

7 Best Multi Day Hikes in Tasmania

Tasmania’s excellent variety of national parks offer multi day hikes to suit those of average to advanced hiking and expedition ...
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snow at Cradle Mountain in Tasmania

Does it Snow in Tasmania?

Tasmania is known as the most southern and coldest state of Australia, facts which are entirely correct. It’s known for ...
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Best Time to Visit Tasmania

Tasmania offers a variety of great attractions that’ll interest a broad variety of tourists in any month of the year ...
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Unique Things to do in Tasmania

Many would say that Tasmania in its entirety is unique, however within this diverse state there are a number of ...
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15 Ghost Towns in Tasmania

Ruins and artefacts of abandoned towns and villages, commonly labelled as ‘ghost towns’, can be found all across Tasmania, however ...
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Tasmania is often seen as a bit of a mystery to tourists. Initial impressions are that it’s small, green and has a low-population. However there’s a wide variety of things to do in Tasmania, with attractions to suit almost everyone.

Those who enjoy nature, hiking, water sports, fishing, fine food and wine, history, quirky villages and a lack of crowds will find many things to do in Tasmania. Enjoy cities like Hobart and Launceston without the hustle and bustle, wine and gourmet food produced by small-scale producers for large-scale taste. Enjoy forest and beaches such the Freycinet National Park, with clean fresh air which will leave you feeling refreshed and invigorated. Enjoy visiting sites of intrigue and historical significance, the Tasman Peninsula and Strahan are full of them! Enjoy conquering mountains and finding views of endless scenery.