a natural paradise awaits


Aboriginal name

for the area around hobart

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of tasmania

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Largest island

in the world


the capital

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new experiences around every corner

Tasmania is an island state of Australia, located about 240 kilometers (150 miles) to the south of the Australian mainland, separated by the Bass Strait. It is the 26th largest island in the world.  Well-known for it’s food and wine, within stunning countryside – it’s a must if you’re a foodie.

Tasmania is home to a unique array of wildlife, including the iconic Tasmanian devil, which is the world’s largest carnivorous marsupial. Other notable species include wombats, quolls, echidnas, and various bird species.

Known for its diverse landscapes, ranging from rugged mountains, dense forests, and pristine beaches to rolling farmland and picturesque lakes. The state is characterized by its wild and untouched nature, making it a haven for outdoor enthusiasts and nature lovers.

Why not take in some culture at The Museum of Old and New Art (MONA), or make your way to the top of Mount Wellington for spectacular views of the Tasmania capital, Hobart. Tasmania really has something for everyone.

Tours visiting tasmania

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Things to do

Explore the National Parks
Tasmania is home to several breathtaking national parks, such as Freycinet National Park, Cradle Mountain-Lake St Clair National Park, and Mount Field National Park. These parks boast diverse ecosystems, scenic hiking trails, and opportunities for wildlife spotting.
Visit Port Arthur
This historic site was once a notorious penal settlement and is now a UNESCO World Heritage site. Explore the well-preserved buildings, learn about Australia's convict past, and take a ghost tour for a spooky experience.
Meet the wildlife
Tasmania is a haven for unique wildlife, including the Tasmanian devil, wombats, kangaroos, and various bird species. Visit wildlife sanctuaries or take guided tours to see these animals up close.
Experience Hobart
Tasmania's capital city, Hobart, offers a mix of historic charm and modern attractions. Visit the famous Salamanca Market, explore the galleries, and visit the Museum of Old and New Art (MONA), which is an impressive art museum.
Cruise around Bruny island
Take a cruise around Bruny Island to spot dolphins, seals, and whales. The island also offers spectacular views and hiking opportunities.
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