Spend a day in this area where sandstone warehouses are now home to gourmet restaurants, trendy bars, galleries and a busy Saturday market.
Hike through native bushland and be rewarded with awe-inspiring views of this sweep of white sand protected by pink granite mountains in Freycinet National Park.
Taste fresh oysters, climb pink granite mountain cliffs, laze on stunning beaches and swim with dolphins at this national park on Tasmania’s east coast.
See the dramatic contours of this rugged peak from the shores of Dove Lake or clamber to its summit for unbeatable views of Tasmania’s World Heritage wilderness.
History seeps from the stones on Hobart’s waterfront, where colonial buildings are now galleries and where you can eat fresh seafood and watch a famous yacht race.
Majestic columns of rock rise to the peak of this often snow-capped mountain, providing a playground for nature lovers, and a stunning backdrop for Hobart.
Step back into Tasmania’s past as a penal colony and learn about the lives of convicts who were sent to one of the harshest settlements in the British Empire.
Swim in a tranquil basin fed by tumbling mountain-spring waters, fly over the water on a chairlift and stroll around the gardens fringed with stunning native forest.
Hobart’s remarkable Museum of Old and New Art has a surprising mix of thought-provoking installation art, modern paintings, sculptures and ancient artefacts.
The captivating waterfront views and popular shops are just a few highlights of Hobart Central Business District. Make a stop by Parliament House or Franklin Square while you're exploring the area.
Launceston CBD is known for its enchanting waterfalls, and you can make a stop by City Park and Launceston Aquatic Centre while in the area.
The ample dining options and casino gaming are top of the list for many visitors to Sandy Bay. A stop by Wrest Point Casino or Franklin Square might round out your trip.
The ample dining options and captivating waterfront views are top of the list for many visitors to Battery Point. A stop by Franklin Square or Tasmanian Museum and Art Gallery might round out your trip.
Unique features of Richmond include the historical sites and gardens. Make a stop by Old Hobart Town Model Village or Richmond Arms Hotel while you're exploring the area.
You'll enjoy the restaurants and shopping in Kingston. You might want to make time for a stop at Kingborough Sports Centre or Long Beach.