Tasmania is one of the few unspoiled places left on Earth and Tasmanians are fiercely protective of their island's natural state.
Throughout the state there are a myriad of memorable experiences captured within one compact destination. From north to south and east to west the scenery delights with each twist in the road.
On the East Coast long stretches of pristine white sandy beaches, lapped by turquoise water, contrast dramatically with the wild and rugged West Coast. Here the magnificent Franklin and Gordon Rivers and the World Heritage listed Cradle Mountain-Lake St. Clair National Park invite you to savour nature at its best.
In the north of the state, Launceston is surrounded by rolling green hills of productive farmland and picturesque vineyards. Whereas the southern city of Hobart, steeped in maritime history, is a busy port city bounded by pristine waterways and the breathtaking vista of Mt Wellington.
Go Back | Top