10 Places to Visit in Tasmania

Places to Visit in Tasmania

1. Wineglass Bay, Freycinet National Park

The alluring Wineglass Bay of Tasmania is definitely one of the most beautiful places on earth! Its crescent-shaped beach curling around the blue-green sea is something to stare at and awe and awe! Enjoy swimming, beach play etc. or simply soak in the magical beauty in an aerial view from a scenic flight across.  

For more information please visit https://www.wineglassbay.com/

2. Royal Tasmanian Botanical Gardens

The 200-year-old Royal Tasmanian Botanical Gardens is a floral sanctuary and has 6500 different kinds of plants thriving within its boundaries. Explore nature in the forms of rare Conifer collection, Japanese garden, traditional herb garden, Tasmanian community food garden, Sub-Antarctic plant house and the internally heated historic Arthur Wall!

For more information please visit https://gardens.rtbg.tas.gov.au/

3. Cataract Gorge

Nature walking tracks and spectacular views are the attractions of the gorgeous Cataract Gorge. Enjoy peacock and wallaby spotting at dusk!

For more information please visit https://www.discovertasmania.com.au/attraction/

4. Satellite Island

Ever had a dream of getting marooned on an island and claiming it your own? Make this wild dream come true for you and 8 of your closest friends by vacationing at the Satellite Island of Tasmania – all yours!

For more information please visit http://satelliteisland.com.au/Island/

5. Tamar Valley Wine Region

Follow one of the top ten wine routes of the world along the bends of Tamar River! Take the guided tour to visit 4 vineyard cellar doors, tasting a large selection of premium wines, gourmet lunch and a cheese platter. 

For more information please visit https://www.discovertasmania.com.au/about/articles/

6. Table Cape Tulip Farms 

Be awestruck at the astonishing array of colourful tulips at the Table Cape Tulip Farms!  The tulip fields are in full bloom during late September and October. Join in the fun and celebration of spring with the ‘Bloomin’ Tulips Festival’ along the banks of the Inglis River.  

For more information please visit https://www.tablecapetulipfarm.com.au/

7. Grindelwald

Enjoy Swiss-style entertainment at the Swiss village of Tasmania, Grindelwald. The 1980s Swiss architecture of the village is made complete with wide eaves, flower boxes, window shutters and balconies. The Swiss-themed Tamar Valley Resort includes a shopping arcade, golf courses, paddle boating, canoeing as well as the most impressive world’s longest bouncing pillow for children.

For more information please visit https://www.discovertasmania.com.au/attraction/

8. The Mole Creek Caves

If darkness and its mysteries are your type of adventure, head straight to the Mole Creek Caves and discover what its darkest interiors have for you! Mysterious glow worms, sparkling crystals, reflection-pools and out of the world stalagmite formations of the caves make you mesmerized!  

For more information please visit http://molecreek.info/natures-wonders/

9. Western Arthur Range

Conquer the 22 peaks and be awestruck at the 20 hanging lakes while on this 4 – 5 day adventure trip on the Western Arthur Range.

For more information please visit https://www.australiangeographic.com.au/travel/

10. Bonorong Wildlife Sanctuary

Collect wonderful memories by getting up close and personal with some of the wildlife such as the Tasmanian Devil and wombat that are unique to Tasmania.

For more information please visit https://www.bonorong.com.au/

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