Tasmania is separated from mainland Australia by Bass Strait and is the smallest state in Australia, with Hobart being the second oldest capital city. Take time to enjoy the rugged and ancient natural beauty of Tasmania with its thriving creative culture, a rich history and fabulous food and wine.
Soak up history on Hobart’s riverfront cobblestone streets and wind through the Coal Valley’s wineries. Walking is the best way to see the city’s sandstone and waterways. Stop to taste Hobart’s fabulous food and wine in the cobblestone streets of Salamanca Place or along North Hobart’s restaurant strip.
Take in Wineglass Bay and discover shipwrecks on Flinders Island. National Park. Roam through the dark Gondwanan rainforest Southwest National Park and watch two wild rivers tumble through valleys as one in at the Franklin-Gordon Wild Rivers National Park.
Be sure to visit MONA - the Museum of Old and New Art one of Hobart's newest additions and the most visited single attractions in Tasmania. Visit the Port Arthur Historic site. Head off to appreciate the rugged beauty of Cradle Mountain and the National Park.
Ensure Mount Wellington, only 20 minutes from Hobart is on your must visit list and Cataract George, a dramatic wildnerness and a short drive from Launceston. Don't leave Tassie without going to Freycinet National Park home to dramatic pink granite peaks, secluded bays, white sandy beaches and abundant birdlife.