Your Tasmania Bucket List. There’s more to Tassie than Tasmanian Devils, come along for the ride and we’ll talk you through your Tasmania bucket list…
Home to a high concentration of Aboriginal Art, the Tarkine remains a relatively unspoilt slice of Tasmania. Offering 1800 km2 of rainforest, the Tarkine harbours 60 species of rare flora and fauna including creatures such as the Tasmanian Wedge-tailed Eagle, the Spotted-tailed Quoll, the White Goshawk, the Tayatea (a Giant Freshwater Lobster), Tasmanian Devils and the Orange-Bellied Parrot to name a mere handful.
Part of the Tasmanian Wilderness World Heritage Area, Cradle Mountain offers some of the best hiking in the whole of Australia. From boarded trails offering panoramic views to icy, crystal clear lakes and streams, you’ll also find some historical Aboriginal sites around the area. Cradle Mountain is a must for any keen hikers, and will fill you with tranquility at any time of the year. Visit in summer to see the splendour of the wildflowers.
Yet another picture perfect location in Tasmania, Wineglass Bay gets its name from its perfect crescent shape. Take in the views or have a dip in the stunningly clear turquoise waters. You may even catch a wallaby or two frolicking on the nearby beaches if you’re lucky – making for the perfect Aussie photo opp!
The Henty Dunes
Got a thirst for adventure? These 30 metre sand dunes are waiting for you along Ocean Beach. You can toboggan, sand board or try a bit of quad biking to get your pulse racing.
Nope, we haven’t just travelled over to Cornwall, this inland city in Tasmania is a stunning 19th Century city with a river snaking passed and is just a stone’s throw from some fantastic vineyards. You’ll find Cataract Gorge nearby complete with even more panoramic views and stunning scenery. Your Tasmania Bucket List.
Explore Tasmania over 6 or 9 Days on these fantastic Tasmania adventure tours