The rugged island of Tasmania located off main land Australia’s south coast is well known for its natural beauty. Home to just 500,000 people, this sparsely populated island retains strong farming roots, instead of adopting a largely urbanised society like its mainland neighbour. Because of this Tasmania’s landscape remains in pristine condition with so many highlights to visit.

Although you can drive the entire length of the island in one day, we would suggest taking your time with the spectacular sights. From the quiet bays of the east coast, with their pure white sand and crystal-clear water, to the alpine wilderness of Cradle Mountain-Lake St Clair National Park.  

The states capital city, Hobart, is located at the entrance to the Derwent River. With its picturesque waterways and mountain views, award winning restaurants and selection of galleries, there is something for everyone to enjoy.

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Tasmania’s climate has four different seasons throughout the year. Read More

Tasmania’s climate has four different seasons throughout the year. The hottest times to visit are between December and March, whilst the coolest months are between June and August. Wherever you travel in Tasmania you should always be prepared for sudden, temporary rainfall.

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