Davey St., Hobart City
The oldest Australian military complex still occupied by the Armed Forces, the Anglesea Barracks are recognised as one of Australia's most significant...
Hobart City, 7000, TAS, Hobart City
Battery Point is Hobart's most historic suburb, and is located a short walk from Salamanca Place. Access from the waterfront is via Kelly's Steps. Bat...
Bay of Fires
St Helens, East Coast Tasmania, St Helens
Long, lonely beaches and shapely granite formations mark the Bay of Fires & Mt William National Park as a nature-lover's retreat. Located in the north...
Ben Lomond National Park
Ben Lomond National Park, Ormley
A large plateau of rocky cliffland that dominates the state's north east, Ben Lomond National Park is Tasmania's predominant skiing destination by win...
Birdwatching on the Bass Strait Islands
King Island, King Island
Bird watchers from around the globe enjoy the scenic skies and peaceful island serenity of King Island, where an abundance of birdlife fly freely. The...
140 Cascade Rd, South Hobart
Cascade Brewery was started by Peter Degraves in 1824 when Hobart Town had 55 licensed pubs for a population of 10,000. The factory with its instantly...
75 Gorge Road, Launceston
A 15 minute walk from the city centre, Cataract Gorge is one of Launceston's premier tourist destinations. Take a trip on the world's longest single s...
An adventure holiday at a leisurely pace, Coles Bay is the ideal destination for those looking to soak up the sun and get outdoors. Situated at the fo...
Cradle Mountain, Cradle Mountain
Part of the Tasmanian Wilderness World Heritage Area, Cradle Mountain does not hold title as Tasmania's highest peak, but indeed is one of the most re...
Diving on the Bass Strait Islands
Tasmania's many shipwrecks, diverse marine life and colourful coral has attracted many people over to the Bass Strait Islands, diving a particularly p...
Douglas Apsley National Park
Douglas-Apsley National Park, Bicheno
Whether you're taking a trek around the dry eucalypt forest or heading to the river gorges and dolerite capped plateau, the colourful contrasts of Dou...
East Coast Natureworld
18356 Tasman Highway, Bicheno
Encompassing the famous unique Tasmanian wilderness, East Coast Natureworld is set amongst 150 acres of natural parkland and lagoons. The perfect plac...
Fairy Penguins on King Island
Grassy Harbour, King Island
Along with King Island's myriad of delightful attractions, the fairy penguin colony that calls Grassy Harbour home is a must see. A nightly occurance,...
Fishing in Devonport and The Northwest
Hook in and experience the waters of Tasmania's north. Numerous estuaries, dams and lake around Cradle Country are renowned for their fishing waters, ...
Fishing in East Coast Tasmania
Fondly known as 'Tasmania's Suncoast', the East Coast is home to some of the state's finest fishing rivers, bream the predominant catch. Amongst the b...
Fishing on the Bass Strait Islands
When holidaying on the Bass Strait Islands, you are surrounded by the wide, blue waters so it seems logical to cast out and try your luck at catching ...
The main island of 52 that stretches across the Bass Strait, Flinders Island allows you to escape to a world of clear sapphire waters, rugged ranges a...
Freycinet National Park
Freycinet National Park, with its pink granite mountains, is a long peninsula jutting out into the Tasman Sea. The park is famous for Wineglass Bay, j...
Freycinet Peninsula & Wineglass Bay
Freycinet National Park, Freycinet
No, it's no illusion. Freycinet Peninsula really is that picturesque. As a result, it comes as no surprise that it's most wondrous attraction, Winegla...
8 Fowlers Road, Emita
Showcasing the cultural and natural history of the Furneaux group of islands, Furneaux Museum houses a myriad of classic artifacts, some dating back t...