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Tasmania is an island off the southern coast of Australia, separated from the mainland by the Bass Strait. The apple isle, as it's known to some, has plenty of reasons to attract visitors. It's an important breeding ground for the endangered orange-bellied parrot, hosts Australia's oldest soccer club, Launceston City FC, and has more than 25 national parks. Find mountains to climb, bush walks to enjoy, caves to explore, beaches for relaxing or swimming, and crystal-clear lakes that are perfect for kayaking. If exploration and outdoor adventure are things you enjoy, you'll want to add Tasmania to your travel bucket list right away! Whether you're travelling for business or pleasure, don't forget our Best Price Guarantee means that you can be sure of booking at the best rate.
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Why visit Tasmania

Tasmania is an excellent destination for anyone who enjoys nature and outdoor activities. In fact, there are over 60 hiking trails throughout Tasmania that offer beautiful views of scenic mountains, valleys, and coasts. Whether you're looking to get out into nature or enjoy some peace and quiet away from it all, Tasmania has something for you. There are also many historic towns in Tasmania with plenty of sightseeing opportunities. Explore Hobart, located in southeast Tasmania; you'll find architecture dating back to colonial times and numerous museums highlighting Tasmanian history. For an insight into ancient life, visit Port Arthur, which was once a convict settlement before being converted into a prison facility later on.

When to visit Tasmania

Tasmania is a year-round destination, though certain areas do have optimal times of the year to visit. That said, Tasmania's wonderful climate and views aren't limited to just one time of the year. Moreover, each time of the year has something unique to offer visitors. Long days in the sun in summer, cool days and crisp nights in the autumn, cosy afternoons with cups of tea or hot chocolate in the winter, and blooming orchards in the valleys in spring.

Getting around Tasmania

Tasmania is a large island state, so it's essential to plan your trip around both its geography and your interests. Fly into Hobart and rent a car , or take a plane to another city and then hire a rental car there. Not matter where you would prefer to start a Tasmanian road trip it is the perfect way to explore Tasmania's untouched wilderness, spectacular wildlife and gourmet cuisine For instance, if you want to explore beaches on Tasmania's North Coast from Launceston, taking a plane from Hobart to Launceston will get you out there faster than driving would.

Things to do in Tasmania

If you want to make sure you take in all of Tasmania's sights, history and culture during your visit, here are some of our top picks; Do some kayaking in Hobart to see some cute penguins and check out Salamanca Markets, or head over to historic Launceston for its European charm. Make your way up to Cradle Mountain for hiking and sightseeing. Go scuba diving around Port Arthur. Your trip will be unforgettable with so many things on the itinerary!

Where to eat and drink in Tasmania

Tasmania is a lush and beautiful place. For those who enjoy discovering new bars and restaurants, it's an even better reason to make a trip Down Under. Tasmania is home to many popular bars and restaurants, from casual options in Devonport or cafes in Bruny Island to high-end foodie destinations in Launceston and Hobart. With so many choices, picking which restaurant or bar you should visit can be difficult. No matter what type of foodie experience you're looking for – fine dining, cozy ambience or late-night drinks – Tasmania will have something for you!

Find Tasmania accommodation

There are many accommodation options in Tasmania. Explore Australia's second-oldest capital city and stay in a Hobart hotel. Or look further north to Launceston, the apple isle's second-largest city. Or escape into the wilderness at Cradle Mountain.

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