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Destinations

All the info you need to know about Tasmania's great destinations. From hot spot, travel times, activities through to where you can get fuel; we have you covered. We are always looking for updates and tips and tricks. If your family have travelled through any of Tassie's major areas and have some great tips to share get in touch!

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Far South Tasmania

Far South Tasmania

The Southern Trove of goodness! Forest, produce, beaches, remoteness. The Far South offers the perfect escape for the whole family, Highlights include Tahune Forest Adventures, Hartz National Park, Cockle Creek, Bruny Island, to name a few!

The East Coast

The East Coast

The East Coast is breathtakingly beautiful. Lined with pristine coastlines, quartz rich sands and turquoise waters; a beach-goers delight. Add seafood, surfing, hikes and amazing sunsets and its the perfect place for a family getaway.

Launceston And The Tamar Valley

Launceston And The Tamar Valley

A great starting point for any holiday, the Tamar Valley region offers fresh produce, nature and heritage trails and access to some of the states best wildlife experiences.

Hobart and the South

Hobart and the South

Tasmania's capital city offers an array of activities for the whole family, including Mt Wellington, MONA, Richmond and the Salamanca Market, to name a few.

The North East

The North East

If you want a great mix of history, discovery and relaxation, then the North East is the perfect region for a family getaway. With the heartland full of rainforest and mining history, the coast is equally impressive with its white beaches, blue waters and stunning scenery.

Cradle Country

Cradle Country

Cradle Country. From the town of Murals to Lower Crackpot and onto Cradle Mountain. This region is full of wonder, surprise and lots of cute wombats!

Tasman Peninsula

Tasman Peninsula

The Tasman Peninsula, to the south-east of Hobart, is the site of Australia's famous Penal Station; Port Arthur. The World Heritage Site is surrounded by amazing natural wonders, many of which you can visit on foot or by boat.

The West Coast

The West Coast

Isolated and rugged, the West Coast is a region full of history and heritage, ancient rainforests, world famous rivers, Icelandic mountains and long, endless beaches.

The North West

The North West

Wild surf and spectacular beaches line this volcanic coast. Climb the Nut or a lighthouse, walk through tulips, discover our rich heritage and get lost in Dismal Swamp...