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We have over 1000 rooms available throughout Tasmania with plenty of options to suit your needs and budget.
Tasmania is an award winning destination and one of Lonely Planets top 10 regions to visit in 2015, with so much to see and do in such a tiny place it's no wonder Tasmania is such an amazing destination for a holiday. Whether you are after cultural enlightenment, an epic road trip or just a weekend away relaxing on a beach you can find your perfect Holiday in Tasmania.
Tasmania has some epic scenery and World Heritage listed wilderness to explore from amazing old growth forests with huge trees you can walk under to some amazing mountains to climb. Tasmania is home to a number of Australia's great walks as well as amazing kayaking, rock climbing and rafting adventures.
Amongst the scenery you will find delicious food and wine all made locally. You can taste Oysters and Abalone caught fresh in front of you while drinking Pinot made at a vineyard only a few miles away.
Tasmania has a long and brutal history with over 200 years of colonial history to discover and an indigenous history that dates back thousands of years.
Adventure Tasmania is the best place to find all the information you need to plan and book your next weekend away or week long holiday in Tasmania.
You can find all the latest videos and stories about events, places to go and things to do on our site with regular updates and ideas to give you unique ideas for your holiday.
We have a huge selection of Tasmanian accommodation to chose from with over 1500 rooms available throughout Tasmania to book with options for both budget travellers and those after a luxury experience.
We have one of the largest selections of Tasmanian tours available on any website with over 70 tour companies and 100 tours listed on Adventure Tasmania with everything from sightseeing and boutique wine experiences to high adventure such as rafting the Franklin or Kayaking in the South West.
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