The Apple Isle is a natural wonderland with breathtaking and wild landscapes, friendly locals, a mild climate and relaxed atmosphere. Located about 240 kilometres from the mainland, Tasmania is now, more than ever a fantastic holiday destination.
Take advantage of discounted airfares that fly direct from Melbourne, Sydney, Brisbane and Adelaide.
You may prefer the romance and excitement of a sea journey on board the Spirit of Tasmania – you have the option of taking your own vehicle. There is also a great range of campervan hire or car hire options available. Self drive holidays are a great way to explore the 68,000 square kilometres that makes up Tasmania.
Approximately one third of Tasmania is designated as World Heritage Area, state forests, historic sites, maritime or other reserves. Despite its small size, Tasmania has so much to offer. Visit World Heritage listed wilderness areas like Cradle Mountain or The Franklin-Gordon, see spectacular scenery experience walking and hiking trails, scenic drives, quaint historic villages, deserted beaches, gourmet produce from farms, dairy’s and wineries.
Tasmania has a rich convict and colonial past that is obvious with the many museums and beautiful heritage buildings. Tasmania is visited by outdoor adventurers from all over the world. They can raft, ride, dive, camp, climb – there are a number of companies that offer skilled professionally guided trips for one day adventures or longer. Tasmania is also known as The Adventure Isle. Whether you plan to visit for a weekend or a couple of weeks, Tasmania will have you wanting to return.
One visit is never enough!
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