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Discover Tasmania

Tasmania’s natural beauty is captivating, its cultural experiences are diverse, and its food and drink offering is enviable. The capital city of Hobart is home to one of the world’s most intriguing art galleries as well as a fascinating convict history.

Get a true taste of Tasmania in its fresh apple cider, cheeses, wine and oysters, and experience a dose of its serenity with its powder-white beaches and laid-back luxury. Hiking in Tasmania is world-class, with towering mountain peaks, dense forests, serene lakes and thundering waterfalls, with plenty of wildlife along the way, too.

Freycinet National Park

On Tasmania’s stunning east coast, the Freycinet National Park occupies the majority of the Freycinet Peninsula and offers spectacular views of the Tasman Sea. The park features natural wonders such as the pink granite peaks of the Hazards Range, delightful beaches, secluded bays, and a diverse range of birdlife and mammals.

The park is also known for its numerous beaches, including the perfectly shaped Wineglass Bay,  Wineglass Bay is just one of the numerous pristine beaches that surround the park. These powder-white beaches are alongside clear turquoise waters providing endless opportunities for swimming, kayaking, snorkelling, diving or just simply relaxing


Cradle Mountain-Lake St Clair National Park

Cradle Mountain-Lake St Clair National Park is arguably the jewel of Tasmania's Wilderness World Heritage area, and one of Australia's most beautiful national parks. From the jagged peaks of Cradle Mountain to the mirrored waters of Crater Lake.

Lake St Clair is one of the largest lakes in Tasmania with stunning views of Cradle Mountain’s ridges. The snow-topped mountains are surrounded by waterfalls, meadows and rock pools.

Cradle Valley contains historical Aboriginal sites which can be explored whilst hiking, and is home to a variety of indigenous wildlife species, including platypus, and Tasmanian devils.



Strahan is on the edge of the Tasmanian Wilderness World Heritage Area and is the gateway to the World Heritage-listed Franklin–Gordon Wild Rivers National Park.

The town is steeped in stories from convicts and pioneers, with Macquarie Harbour formerly being a Penal station.

You cam also experience a steam train journey from Queenstown to Strahan, which includes stops for rainforest walks, panning for gold, and wild honey tastings.


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Travel Details

Flights to Hobart (Tasmania) from the UK are indirect. Options include flying into Melbourne and onwards to Hobart.



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