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!

Tasman Peninsula

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

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.

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.

South West Tasmania

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

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.