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Tasmania Holidays

Where to stay in Tasmania

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Top hotels in Tasmania

Hotel Grand Chancellor Hobart
Hotel Grand Chancellor Hobart
4.5 out of 5
1 Davey St, Hobart, TAS
The price is SG$186 per night from 31 May to 31 May
Excludes taxes & fees
4.7/5Exceptional! (1,079 reviews)
"Still as good as as ever"

Reviewed on 5 May,2021

Hotel Grand Chancellor Hobart
Wrest Point
Wrest Point
4.5 out of 5
410 Sandy Bay Road, Sandy Bay, TAS
Free cancellationReserve now, pay when you stay
The price is SG$144 per night from 30 May to 30 May
Excludes taxes & fees
4.2/5Very Good! (932 reviews)
"Great view from Wrest Point. Friendly staff, will be back again!"

Reviewed on 1 May,2021

Wrest Point
Old Woolstore Apartment Hotel
Old Woolstore Apartment Hotel
4.5 out of 5
1 Macquarie St, Hobart, TAS
The price is SG$196 per night from 20 May to 20 May
Excludes taxes & fees
4.5/5Wonderful! (2,700 reviews)
"Great to have a self contained apartment. It was spacious , kitchen was reasonably well equipped with cooking utensils. Had a washer and dryer which is great when you have been on the road for awhile. Particularly like the seperate toilet from the bathroom. Having a extra TV in the bedroom was ..."

Reviewed on 25 Apr,2021

Old Woolstore Apartment Hotel
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Top things to do in Tasmania

Tasmania Holiday Packages

Pristine wilderness, glacial lakes, colonial streetscapes, convict heritage, renowned modern art and native creatures compete for your focus in this island state.  Tasmania may be Australia’s smallest state, but its attractions are many: seafood fresh from the water, heritage architecture, rugged coastlines and remnants of colonial history.

Hobart, Tasmania’s capital, features creative culture, galleries, museums and unique markets. From Mount Wellington, high above the city, enjoy panoramic views over the Derwent River and rolling hills that give Hobart its natural beauty. 

Enjoy the art and food culture of Hobart’s Salamanca Markets held amid 19th-century warehouses. Ferry to MONA for an unforgettable modern art experience. Wander through sub-Antarctic plants at the Royal Tasmanian Botanical Gardens. Finish your day with a tour and tasting at Cascades Brewery

Explore Port Arthur’s penal colony. A guided tour reveals the harsh lives of prisoners once incarcerated here. 

Stop in at enchanting eastern coastal towns for fresh seafood and stunning sunsets. Swim in the crystal-clear waters of the Bay of Fires, surrounded by boulders bright orange with lichen. Don’t miss secluded Freycinet Peninsula. Spend the day kayaking between white-sand beaches and enjoy fresh oysters and local wines at Coles Bay

Go north to Tasmania’s second-largest city, Launceston. The Queen Victoria Museum and Art Gallery features the state’s cultural and natural history and colonial artists’ depictions of Tasmania’s wilderness. Meet the Tasmanian Devil at the Tasmania Zoo. Walk or ride the chairlift over the Esk River and rainforest at Cataract Gorge

Take a daytrip to the Tamar Valley to tour lavender and strawberry farms and visit vineyards. Wander through formal gardens of 19th-century colonial English manors at Clarendon and Woolmers Estates. Glide among the treetops on a cable adventure or head to Ben Lomond National Park ski fields in winter for snow sports. 

In the northwest, you’ll find Tasmania’s best walk, through the breathtaking mountain scenery, button grass fields and glacial lakes of Cradle Mountain Lake St. Clair National Park. Southwest is Strahan, a small port town. From here, take a boat tour to see the World Heritage-listed Franklin-Gordon Wild Rivers National Park.

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