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Places to visit in Tasmania

Trying to work out where to spend your holiday time in Tasmania? Tasmania has so much crammed into such a small place that it’s possible to cram quite a bit in to both a week long trip or just a weekend.

Regions of Tasmania

Each of Tasmania's five regions has it's own character and unique history. Below you can explore different places to go and find information about accommodation, tours and attractions in each region.

Hobart and South

Bruny Island is located 45 minutes drive south of Hobart and the perfect destination for a relaxing weekend away.
The Derwent Valley and the mountains to the west are a charming region to explore and the perfect destination for a day trip or a couples long weekend
Hobart is the capital of Tasmania and one of our most popular destinations with the mountain as a perfect backdrop and major attractions such as MONA.
The Huon Valley and Channel is one of the most charming regions of Tasmania with picturesque orchards and vineyards nestled among stunning forests.
The Tasman Peninsula is one of the most beautiful spots in Tasmania with the Tasman National Park, Port Arthur, Fortescue Bay and more to explore.

Launceston and North

Evandale, Campbell Town and Ross are the centre of Tasmania's heritage highway and steeped in Tasmanian colonial history.
Flinders Island off the North East Coast of Tasmania has plenty to explore with white sandy beaches, walking tracks and the Strzelecki National Park
Launceston is the cultural hub of Tasmania's north with plenty of heritage, old world charm and some of Tasmania's best wines to explore.
The North East corner of Tasmania is home to a rich agricultural and mining heritage and now home to some of the best mountain biking in Tasmania.

East Coast

Bicheno is a popular tourist town offering easy access to some of the East Coast's most popular beaches and National Parks.
Maria Island is located off the East Coast of Tasmania and offers some amazing walking and the chance to get up close with our local wildlife.
Orford and Triabunna sit at the gateway to Tasmania's East Coast with fantastic to play on and a rich colonial heritage to explore.
Explore the northern end of the East Coast with fantastic beaches framed by the amazing red lichen covered rocks and breathtaking coastal views.
The Freycinet Peninsula is one of Tasmania's most popular destinations with spectacular views and the white sandy beaches of Coles and Wineglass Bay.

North West Coast

Cradle Mountain is one of Tasmania's most recognisable landmarks with thousands visiting the picturesque location annually.
Devonport is a major Tasmanian port and home to the Spirit of Tasmania ferry link between Tasmania and the mainland.
Mole Creek and Deloraine offer the chance to explore beautiful caves and Tasmanian heritage on the edge of the World Heritage Area.
Take in one of the most beautiful stretches of coast line and some of the freshest air in the world at Stanley and Smithton.
From beautiful beaches at the mouth of the Arthur River to temperate rainforest, the Tarkine has plenty to explore.
Wynyard, Burnie and Penguin share a beautiful stretch of coast and the chance to explore some amazing Tasmanian produce.

West Coast

Queenstown is an old industrial town nestled in amongst the mountains of the West Coast and a perfect base to explore the West Coast region.
Strahan is a popular getaway spot on the West Coast with easy access to walking tracks, beautiful rain forests and Macquarie Harbour.
Explore the small townships of Tullah, Rosebery and Zeehan north of Macquarie Harbour on the West Coast of Tasmania.